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Knife Linked to O.J. Simpson Property Is Not Connected to 1994 Murder Case: LAPD

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Defendant O.J. Simpson (C) cheers while standing with his attorneys F. Lee Bailey (L) and Johnnie Cochan Jr (R), after hearing the not guilty verdict in his criminal murder trial in Los Angeles on Oct. 3, 1995. Simpson was found not guilty of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown-Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. (Credit: Agence France Presse/Getty Images)

Forensic testing concluded that a knife reportedly found at the former home of O.J. Simpson is not connected to the infamous 1994 murder case, Los Angeles police confirmed Friday.

LAPD performed a variety of forensic tests on the knife before make the conclusion.

Sources told The Times earlier this month preliminary review suggested that the weapon appeared to be unconnected to the brutal 1994 slayings of Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.

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

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