Transcript for OJ Simpson Trial: Did Defense Tamper With Evidence?
most dramatic scene at the o.J. Simpson trial of the century. The glove not fitting on the fallen football star's hands. Now a startling charge. One of the prosecutors in a panel discussion at a new york law school, accuses the defense of tampering with the piece of evidence that ultimately ended up acquitted o.J. Simpson. It was the defining moment in the criminal trial of the century. He would have killed. He could have killed. And did killed these two people. Reporter: O.J. Simpson struggling into those blood-soaked gloves. Jury wasn't convinced. Now, 17 years later, christopher darden same prosecutor who told o.J. Simpson to put on those gloves is accusing the defense of evidence tampering. Darden claims that attorney johnnie cochran tore the lining so simpson's fingers would stuck. Another member of simpson's legal dream team is firing back. 17 years later, he makes a serious allegation against the dead lawyer, there should be a full and complete investigation. If he's lying, he should be disbarred. Darden couldn't reached for comment. No harm was done. When y lose was built as a slam-dunk, it became the most publicized case in modern-day history, it does cause a little pain. Frankly has the right to give his thoughts whether it's speculation or not. Reporter: The question is now whether darden can prove his theory or not? And our thanks to clayton. Time now for a check of the
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