Knife Found on O.J. Simpson’s Property Doesn’t Appear to Be Connected to Slayings: Sources

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There was growing skepticism this weekend that a knife reportedly found on the property of O.J. Simpson in the late 1990s had any major value in the infamous murder case.

While specialists are testing the knife, law enforcement sources said a preliminary review suggested that the weapon appeared to be unconnected to the brutal 1994 slayings of Simpson's wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

But the sources said a full investigation was continuing.

Simpson was tried for murder but a jury found him not guilty.

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