Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Glen Rogers, the Cross-Country Killer

Handsome, smooth-talking ladies’ man Glen Edward Rogers traveled the U.S. targeting women and men to rob and kill. Many of his female victims had reddish hair, like his mother. When in L.A., he met Nicole Brown Simpson and partied with her the night she was killed. Interestingly, one DNA sample found did not match either victim or O.J. It has never been tested.

Slideshow: The O.J. Simpson murder trial

A look in photos at the most high-profile murder case of the 1990s, which began with the June 12, 1994, murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The famous case went to trial in November of that year.

Today in Crime History: Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman Stabbed to Death

June 12, 1994, was the date of a double murder that would kick off one of the most memorable and controversial trials of the 1990s. Former football star O.J. Simpson was accused and acquitted of killing his ex-wife and her friend on that day.

As O.J. seeks new trial, a look at the murder case that started his legal odyssey

As O.J. Simpson returns to the limelight trying win a new trial for a robbery conviction for which he is serving a 9 to 33-year sentence, we take look back in photos at the double murder case that first shined an unwanted light on the private life of the former pro-football player: the murders of his ex, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ronald Goldman.

Death Row Inmate Admits to Killing OJ’s Wife

It was the trial of the century: NFL star OJ Simpson accused of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. And when a jury acquitted Simpson, it sent shockwaves across the country. If a new documentary is to be believed, the jury came to the right decision.

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