O.J.'s suit gets a home at Newseum
The Smithsonian may not have wanted it, but the Newseum has said yes to the suit, tie and shirt that O.J. Simpson wore on the day he was acquitted of murder, ABC 7 reports.
The clothing donation was announced Tuesday. The Newseum said in a news release it will be added to a collection of artifacts related to the coverage of Simpson's trial.
The suit had first been offered to the Smithsonian Institution last month, but the museum said it was not appropriate for its collection.
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| April 6, 2010; 3:42 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, DC | Tags: Fred Goldman, Murder, Newseum, Nicole Brown Simpson, O. J. Simpson, Smithsonian Institution
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