O.J. Simpson: No DNA Discovered On Knife Found At House

O.J. Simpson has dodged another bullet. The knife found at O.J. Simpson’s former house has reportedly not turned up any DNA evidence.

O.J. Simpson: No DNA Found on Knife Uncovered At Former House

The Inquisitr reports that the knife, which was allegedly found buried at O.J. Simpson‘s former house in Brentwood, was just too rusty to be conclusive about finding any blood or hair. Perhaps it was the years spent in the ground, or the fact that a former police officer kept the knife for years after a construction worker reportedly turned it over upon finding it.

“He thinks it’s a total joke. O.J. is laughing about it. He’s on top of his game. He’s like Muhammad Ali. He says almost every construction worker carries one of those folding knives. Anyone could have dropped it,” an insider close to Simpson revealed.

O.J. Simpson before the murder trial.

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