If I Did It

Ex-Prosecutor: O.J.’s Glove ‘Manipulated’

Does this mean “if it doesn’t fit, you must acquit” is inaccurate? Former Los Angeles deputy district attorney Christopher Darden said at a panel on Thursday that he believes O.J. Simpson's lawyer, the late Johnnie Cochran, tampered with a crucial piece of evidence at Simpson's murder trial: the infamous glove. "I think Johnnie tore the lining" so the glove wouldn't fit over Simpson's fingers, Darden said at the "Trials and Errors" panel co-sponsored by Pace Law School and the Forum on Law, Culture & Society at Fordham Law School. Simpson is currently serving up to 33 years in prison for a 2007 armed robbery. Asked why he didn't report the suspected tampering, Darden claimed he didn't want to take a "whiny-little-snitch approach to life."