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Were There 2 Killers? 5 Most Shocking Statements from Former O.J. Simpson Attorney Robert Shapiro's Revealing New Interview

Originally posted 05/18/2016 02:30PM

Robert Shapiro, a key player in O.J. Simpson's so-called "trial of the century," revealed new details about the infamous court case when he sat down with Megyn Kelly Tuesday night.

A member of Simpson's legal "dream team," Shapiro helped the former football star get acquitted in the 1995 double-murder trial, a shocking climax to the televised court case that gripped the nation.

Here are the five most shocking statements the 73-year-old attorney made during the revealing interview.

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'You Were Right': Robert Shapiro Finally Reveals What O.J. Simpson Whispered to Him After Acquittal

Originally posted 05/18/2016 10:15AM

Robert Shapiro, former defense attorney for O.J. Simpson, finally revealed what his client whispered to him after a jury pronounced him not guilty.

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What Christopher Darden Thought When O.J. Simpson Told Him: 'Man, You Need to Learn to Control Your Temper'

What Christopher Darden Thought When O.J. Simpson Told Him: 'Man, You Need to Learn to Control Your Temper'

Originally posted 05/03/2016 07:50PM

When former prosecutor Christopher Darden lost his cool in the early days of the Trial of the Century, O.J. Simpson, who was charged with double murder, whispered to him, "Man, you need to learn to control your temper."

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Cuba Gooding Jr. Is 'Relieved' American Crime Story: People v. O.J. Simpson Has Concluded: 'I Was in a Dark Place with It'

Originally posted 04/08/2016 10:35AM

Taking on the role of O.J. Simpson for American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson was no easy task for Cuba Gooding Jr. – and now he's simply glad it's over.

The Oscar-winning actor attended the 5th Annual Reel Stories, Real Lives event benefitting the Motion Picture and Television Fund Thursday in Los Angeles – just two days after the hit series concluded with a powerful finale – and opened up about how he feels now that the show has finally concluded.

"Relieved," he told reporters at the event. "[I'm] working on the fact that I'm trying to just process that mentality from my frame of mind."

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O.J.: Made in America: Watch the Exclusive Trailer for ESPN's 7-and-a-Half-Hour Doc

Originally posted 04/08/2016 08:50AM

The public thirst for all things O.J. Simpson – thanks to FX's remarkable American Crime Story, which concluded its 10-week run on Tuesday – is strong. And ESPN is striking at just the right time with a long-in-the-works documentary that takes an even deeper dive into the life and times, and rise and fall, of Simpson himself.

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Did O.J. Simpson Prosecutors Marcia Clark and Chris Darden Hook Up? American Crime Story's Sterling K. Brown Shares His Thoughts

Originally posted 04/05/2016 08:15PM

It has long been speculated that O.J. Simpson murder trial prosecutors Marcia Clark and Chris Darden had more than a working relationship.

But it's not just Clark and Darden who are questioned about their potential romance.

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Did O.J. Simpson Prosecutors Marcia Clark and Chris Darden Hook Up? American Crime Story's Sterling K. Brown Shares His Thoughts| OJ Simpson Trial, American Crime Story, People Picks, TV News, Marcia Clark, O.J. Simpson, Sterling K. Brown
"Sarah and I get asked [if] Marcia and Chris had some extracurricular activities," Sterling K. Brown, who plays Darden in FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, tells PEOPLE of himself and costar Sarah Paulson, who plays Clark.

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Marcia Clark Calls Upcoming O.J. Simpson Innocence Docu-Series 'Hideous'

Originally posted 04/05/2016 10:20AM

Marcia Clark has some harsh words for the team behind the upcoming O.J. Simpson docu-series that will try to prove the former football star's innocence in the murder of his wife.

Speaking out on Today Tuesday, the former prosecutor on Simpson's notorious 1994 murder trial called Hard Evidence: O.J. Is Innocent "hideous."

"I actually know the theory, and what they're basing it on, and it's nonsense. There's nothing to it," Clark, 62, told Savannah Guthrie.

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Knife Found at O.J. Simpson's Home was Not Used in Double Homicide: Police

Knife Found at O.J. Simpson's Home was Not Used in Double Homicide: Police

Originally posted 04/01/2016 08:40PM

The knife found on the property formerly belonging to O.J. Simpson has no connection to the double homicide of Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, PEOPLE confirms.

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Kato Kaelin Says He Received 'Constant Death Threats' During O.J. Simpson Trial

Originally posted 04/01/2016 04:00PM

The O.J. Simpson trial wasn't easy for witness Kato Kaelin, who was thrust into the spotlight as a witness and as a houseguest of Simpson's.

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