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The FBI releases its report on the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman
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The FBI has released a nearly 500-page report on the investigation into the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.

The 1994 double murder, for which O.J. Simpson has long been the prime suspect, is at the heart of these exhaustive files.

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This high-profile case attracted international attention during the legal proceedings. Many questions about the investigation persist, many years after the fact.

Following O.J. Simpson’s death, the FBI released all the files accumulated on the former suspect over the years, in accordance with its procedures. These documents provide a detailed insight into one of the most high-profile criminal investigations in the United States.

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The FBI report contains crucial information on the evidence gathering and analysis carried out during the investigation, including the examination of fibers from O.J. Simpson’s white Ford Bronco. It also includes details of forensic tests and other examinations carried out at the crime scene.

The files also include handwritten notes relating to a brand of shoes that had particularly interested investigators at the time. Investigators went to Italy to investigate the production and distribution of Bruno Magli shoes. Traces of blood were found on the brand’s Lorenzo and Lyon models at the crime scene.

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O.J. Simpson, who died of prostate cancer at the age of 76 last April, was initially acquitted of criminal murder by a jury in 1995, but was later found liable in a civil trial over the wrongful deaths of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. In 1997, he was ordered to pay $33.5 million to the families of the two victims.

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