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Former OJ Simpson manager says he believes he's guilty ... and didn't act alone
Even 25 years after the notorious murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, fascination with O.J. Simpson and the case hasn’t faded. Norman Pardo says the explanation is simple. “Everybody else is curious like me and don’t want to let it go until they solve the case,” Pardo said. Pardo, who now lives in the Tampa Bay area, is Simpson’s former manager. The two met in 1999—four years after Simpson’s acquittal. A comment to his attorney that he could “promote anybody,” said Pardo, led to the introduction to Simpson.