Prosecutor Makes Shocking Allegation Against OJ Simpson's Top Defense Attorney
Christopher Darden, one of the prosecutors in the OJ Simpson murder trial 17 years ago, claims that the former football star's lawyer tampered with one of the key pieces of evidence.
The bombshell accusation against the late Johnnie Cochran was made by Darden last week during a panel discussion at Pace Law School in New York. He claimed that the defense team
had access to the infamous blood-soaked glove and tampered with the lining.
"What I think happened is that the defense manipulated that glove so that it did not appear to look as if it fit," Darden said.
Alan Dershowitz, who was also one of Simpson's attorneys for the trial, flatly rejected the claim, calling for an investigation of Darden and possible disbarment.
Simpson was asked to try on the glove by the prosecution and it appeared to be too small. That led to Cochran famously telling jurors, "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit."
Watch as defense attorney Arthur Aidala and former prosecutor Tom Kenniff discuss the new allegation on Happening Now.