Key Witness In O.J. Simpson Trial Kato Kaelin Still Believes The Former Athlete Is Guilty Of Murder 20 Years Later
Twenty years later, Kato Kaelin still strongly believes O.J. Simpson killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
As a key "friendly" witness during O.J.'s trial in 1995, the radio personality took the stand to offer a timeline of events during the night of the murders.
In an interview for Barbara Walters' new Investigation Discovery series airing Monday, November 9, the 56-year-old recounted that fateful night and how his feelings haven't changed toward the former athlete.
According to Kaelin, — who was occupying Simpson's guest house during the time of the murders — the two pals went pick up dinner from McDonald's around 9:25pm. Upon returning, the two retired to their separate abodes. About an hour and a half later, a limo arrived to take Simpson to the airport for a trip, and Kaelin came over to help the father-of-six finish packing.
He recalled something suspicious about one of Simpson's pieces of luggage, although he never found out what was inside: