O.J. Simpson had accomplice says ex-manager about murders

By Alexandra Heilbron on November 29, 2018 | 22 Comments

O.J. Simpson in 1990O.J. Simpson‘s former manager, Norman Pardo, who worked with the former football star for nearly 20 years and describes himself as a friend, says he is executive-producing a docuseries about the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman with co-executive producer Dylan Howard. He says the documentary will reveal that Simpson “didn’t act alone.”

Pardo says he’s pitching the docuseries to networks next week, including Netflix.

In a 2016 interview, Pardo told Tampa Bay radio station 102.5 The Bone that he met the disgraced football star in 1999, four years after his acquittal. At the time, he described O.J. as a “great guy,” but added, “there’s something wrong, I think, upstairs” adding that O.J. would sometimes “do things he shouldn’t do,” like the If I Did It book, for which he was paid in cash so he wouldn’t have to give anything to the Goldman family, who won a wrongful death civil suit against him for $33.5 million in 1997.

Howard has produced a variety of documentary miniseries under the title An American Murder Mystery, including Natalie Wood: An American Murder Mystery and Jon Benet: An American Murder Mystery for the Investigation Discovery network.

Pardo says they’ve assembled more than 70 hours of never-before-seen video of Simpson for the miniseries. “For the first time, the most thorough investigation into the murder ever conducted will be shared with America. We have assembled a team of internationally renowned criminal investigators, experts and lawyers. And they believe they can not only prove Simpson was involved in their deaths — but for the first time reveal he had at least one accomplice.” ~Alexandra Heilbron

Comments & Discussion

  1. Laura cavill • November 29, 2018 @ 10:34 AM

    He didn’t do it

  2. Kevin • November 29, 2018 @ 10:49 AM

    I hope you’re joking, your comment is so hilarious I almost spit out my coffee!

  3. Janet Llance • November 29, 2018 @ 11:02 AM

    Can’t wait to see this documentary. When will it be aired. I always knew he did it.

  4. CDubya • November 29, 2018 @ 11:56 AM

    “the most thorough investigation into the murder ever conducted will be shared with America.”…So the trial didn’t have a thorough investigation? There’s more evidence out there?!?!?

  5. OddJob • November 29, 2018 @ 12:16 PM

    You mean there are still people out there who believe he didn’t do it?😅

  6. Nicky • November 29, 2018 @ 1:42 PM

    DUH, Kato!!

  7. silvio b • November 29, 2018 @ 4:26 PM

    i think people get confused here just because someone is not found guilty in the court of law doesn’t mean their innocent of the crime that was committed like O.J. Simpson and Micheal Jackson both guilty individuals but blind fans think that way

  8. Charlie • November 29, 2018 @ 5:53 PM

    There are 4 great reasons OJ didn’t do it. But for this comment I’ll focus on one – the gloves. Well-fitting leather gloves covered in blood can NOT just be pulled off by the victim in a fight with all fingers still in form -not pulled inside-out. Only the perpetrator could take them off like that, AFTER the fight was over. Buy some really nice, well-fitting gloves, pour some blood on them, and see if ANYONE can pull your gloves off without inverting the fingers. I’ve farmed and ranches all my life; those gloves were pulled off by the murderer and left on scene, until Furhman found one and snuck it over to Simpson’s estate – where he climbed over a fence -all alone- and suddenly finds the other glove.

  9. Nicole Westre • November 29, 2018 @ 7:31 PM

    Fuhrmann definitely planted evidence. I think Simpson pulled off both gloves and left them there, and then Fuhrman or another cop carried one of them to Simpson’s house. It doesn’t mean Simpson isn’t the murderer. I don’t think Simpson is innocent. Who writes a book detailing how they might have done a crime, if they didn’t do it? That would be the last thing an innocent man does.

  10. Sanny • November 29, 2018 @ 7:46 PM

    Who else in the world would have ANY motive to kill these two people? OJ Was a narcissist and thought he was above the law. And for those who make comments about the glove not fitting, OJ had arthritis in his hands, easy solution is to not take any medication as then his joints would have been swollen..OJ Should have spent his life in jail. I feel sorry for his kids.

  11. Barbara Muszik • November 30, 2018 @ 4:23 PM

    RIGHT ON Sanny!!! I always knew he did it and you make some valid points about those stupid gloves!! I am so tired of people assuming he is innocent. As you have pointed out who had motive to kill not only O.J.’s wife but a poor innocent waiter just dropping Nicole’s phone off? Why would a random killer do this and not steal a thing from the victims??? My husband is a paramedic and he said that is bullshit what Johnny Cockran pulled because blood hardens on the glove which would make the gloves shrink! So over the course they sat in a evidence box O.J. would not be able to get into them. O.J. is so arrogant and narcissist it all points to his jealousy. He should rot in jail instead of being glammorized by the blind fans who think he is innocent! It is too bad the unreliable police force or the idiot lawyers could not pull their heads out of their asses and do right by the victims when they had the chance.

  12. Sean Coyle • November 30, 2018 @ 8:18 PM

    The idea that Furman planted the glove is wildly ridiculous.
    1. The single glove (at Nicole’s) was discovered and cataloged before Furman arrived at that scene by the team first on site.
    2. Furman was never alone at the Bundy house. So everyone there (black, white, asian etc) would have had to turn a blind eye to this cop picking up a piece of evidence, bagging it and then walking away with it hidden somewhere on his body.
    3. When Furman found the second glove at Rockingham, everyone at Bundy (again, black, white, asian…) would have to change their notes from two gloves to one in such a way that it couldn’t be detected when the notes were presented as evidence. All to protect a possibly racist cop (with a vendetta) that they may have never worked with before and may never work with again.
    It doesn’t add up in my mind.

  13. Doug • November 30, 2018 @ 8:48 PM

    Charlie is lacking upstairs. Must be young because I remember the trail well. Eveidence was overwhelming its only because of prosecution tampering with eveidence the created the wrong verdict. Wake up Charlie.

  14. donna m • December 1, 2018 @ 2:23 PM

    The Akita knows. The breed is well known for its protective nature over his owner and property. If the murderer came onto the property and not been known by the dog, he would have attacked, giving the victims time to react. The families Akita was found wandering around outside with blood on his paws.

  15. Rose • December 1, 2018 @ 2:37 PM

    A travesty…watch out folks the Juice is loose. Its just a matter of time before he gets in trouble again I believe and he was a hero to kids to me. If the trial was held in another county other than L.A. he would have probably been found guilty. I feel sorry for his children especially his children with Nicola. May Nicole and Ron Rest In Peace and God Bless their families.

  16. Sas • December 1, 2018 @ 6:13 PM

    Oj, is black Donald Trump.

  17. Robyn Schultz • December 1, 2018 @ 6:28 PM

    R u serious! t person who believes his innocence bc there r 4 facts that prove he didnt do it…They used their strongest argument of “the glove” not fitting… seriously, r u for real? U were actually swayed by a ridiculous attempt at a person making leather gloves hard to put on…Have u ever had a pair of leather gloves? They r very hard to put on & OJs redictulous, REDICTULOUS attempt at trying to put t glove on & struggling was such a joke..U could tell he was purposelymaking it difficult to put t glove on..When I saw this I’d like to of puked!!! If u had ever owned a pair of leather gloves u know u have to squish ur hands into them & even when they fit it is hard to get them on, u have to force ur hands into them & push in between t fingers…Oh my Gosh that’s ur argument?…go buy leather gloves & know how they work before saying such an uninformed comment…It was poor prosecution arguments. They should of asked t jury how many even owned a pr to make t comparison

  18. Robyn Schultz • December 1, 2018 @ 6:35 PM

    In addition they r saying u could not of pulled t glove off w/o inverting t fingers…oh my gosh-how old r u? U pull off leather gloves by t fingers…dump a**..its ridiculous statements of these sorts from uninformed people who have never owned leather gloves..if u had u would not of embarrassed urself by saying that…U DONT PULL LEATHER GLOVES OFF LIKE NORMAL..U CAN ONLY GET THEM OFF BY PULLING ON T FINGERS & SLIDING THEM OFF!!..Oh brother…what a punk anyway OJ is…if I would of done it…book & getting paid cash to avoid contributing so.e money to t goldmans… even if I was innocent..I would want to somehow make this right for my ex wife’s demise…notice how his OJs investigation to find t TRUE KILLER didnt go anywhere…unless he was hunting for them on t golf course…he is a fraud of a human being

  19. Terri-Lynn Pammett • December 2, 2018 @ 9:11 AM

    There have been countless men that have murdered their girlfriends or wives.Three off hand that I can think of around the area where I live. He is just another one but he has money so he got away with it.It makes me sick.He could have easily paid an accomplice off, I wouldnt be surprised.

  20. Brian Scott • December 2, 2018 @ 2:47 PM

    “I am concerned for the security of our great Nation; not so much because of the threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.”
    — Douglas MacArthur

  21. Jude • March 14, 2019 @ 1:56 PM

    What concerns me most is that this information should have been said in court instead of covering it up for decades. No he’s making a documentary, thereby being paid, for false information when he first reported to the police. He’s making money off a crime he helped to cover up for so long. This is a disgrace, and he should go to jail and O.J. should go back to jail.

  22. Michel Dufour • April 8, 2021 @ 11:46 AM

    I believe and always believed that his accomplice was Kato Kaelin who was living on O. J. Simpson’s estate. The famous glove whose O.J. Simpson had such a hard time to put his hand in was most probably belonging to Kato Kaelin when they did… This is my opinion, maybe not the truth, but most probably is.

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