The ex-prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson murder trial is claiming that Simpson's charismatic attorney, Johnnie Cochran tampered with evidence during the trial.


Cochran, who has since passed away, was famous for the quote, "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit." He said it after Simpson had trouble putting on the glove in a nationally televised and sensational trial that became known as "the trial of the century."
Simpson was indeed acquitted of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend, Ronald Goldman. But USAToday reported over the weekend that former prosecutor Christopher Darden is now claiming Cochran manipulated the glove so it wouldn't fit.
During a panel discussion at a New York law school, Darden said Cochran ripped the lining of the glove, and that caused Simpson's fingers not to fit it.
However, attorney Alan Dershowitz, who is a Harvard Law professor, said that was nonsense, and that Darden was just shifting the blame because they did such a miserable job proving their case against Simpson.

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