Synopses & Reviews
Glen Rogers Needed to Kill. O.J. Simpson Needed a Killer. Glen Rogers was a jewelry thief and serial killer. O.J. Simpson was a former NFL running back, actor and aging celebrity. When Simpson sought revenge on his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, he turned to Rogers to steal her diamonds to leave her destitute and humiliated. Rogers had his own plans: he would steal the jewels, kill Nicole and frame O.J. The crime of the century never added up. Until now. Put Rogers in the picture, everything adds up. Simple questions now have answers. In O.J. Simpson - Glen Rogers: The Juice, Road Dog and Murder on Bundy Drive, Eckberg shows how Rogers' arc of crime touches Bundy Drive. When authorities refused to consider that two perpetrators killed Nicole and Ron Goldman, it freed Rogers to roam and kill again and again. At least five more people would die at his hands. Had California and Los Angeles authorities recognized the obvious - a staged crime scene and false clues at O.J.'s Rockingham estate - a dangerous serial killer and killer-for-hire might have been caught, an unknown number of Rogers' victims would be alive today. The first edition of Road Dog led to docu-dramas on ID Discovery and the Discovery Channel.