A serial killer on death row is taking credit for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
Glen Rogers -- who's currently on death row in Florida -- has allegedly confessed to murdering Brown and Goldman, saying O.J. Simpson paid him to break into Brown's and steal jewelry.
"My Brother the Serial Killer" claims Glen Rogers, who is currently on death row for another murder, is responsible for the 1994 deaths of O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
The documentary, which airs 9 p.m. Nov. 21 on Investigation Discovery, does not include an interview with Rogers' himself, but prominently features interviews with Rogers' brother Clay.
The Daily Mail said that Rogers confessed to the Brown-Goldman killings after he was already in jail for the 1995 murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles. He is also suspected of killing at least 10 others and once claimed to have murdered 70 people.
The Huffington Post reported that Rogers reportedly provided receipts to police that show he was working as a house painter in Los Angeles in 1994 when Brown was murdered. The documentary supposedly says he told family members that he was working for Simpson and that he said she was rich and he was going to "take her down."
Rogers also provided a "detailed account" of the Goldman-Brown Simpson slayings to criminal profiler Anthony Meoli, according to the documentary.
Simpson never mentioned Rogers to investigators because he didn't want his own dealings with Rogers exposed.
Reports on the Rogers case have not explained how what was planned as a jewelry theft ended up as a double homicide.
Rogers was apprehended after his family tipped off investigators to his whereabouts. Clay Rogers explains his decision to do so in the documentary.
"I wasn't turning in my brother," he said. "I was turning in a serial killer."
Ron Goldman's father Fred isn't buying it.
"O.J. Simpson murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman," Goldman said, according to TMZ. "The criminal trial showed overwhelming and monumental evidence that O.J. Simpson was the killer. There was no contrary evidence other than guess, innuendo, and rumor. The fact of the acquittal at the hands of the jury will never wash away this murder from the hands of O.J. Simpson, no matter how many Glen Rogers pop up on the media radar screen."