OJ Simpson’s acquittal suit to be exhibited at the Washington’s ‘Museum of News’

May 3rd, 2010 - 9:14 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

oj Washington DC, May 3 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Armani suit in which O J Simpson was dressed on the day of his acquittal in the murder charges of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson has now found a new home. It would now be displayed at the Washington’s Newseum. The tan Armani suit was in the possession of O J Simpson’s manager Mike Gilbert. And prior to being displayed, it was also kept in storage for 15 years.

It would be on display as part of the “trial of the century”, according to the curator of the museum of news. The white shirt and the gold tie that was worn along with the suit, would also be a part of the display.

“For us, it’s a piece of news history that we will include in our collection of objects relating to the trial,” said Carrie Christofferson, who is the curator of the museum of news. He was involved in a lot of meetings and negotiations when he was in the process of obtaining the ‘OJ Simpson’ suit for the museum. The suit was in possession of OJ Simpson’s former manager Mike Gilbert. The manager said that he wants the clothes to be a part of history, so that the people can remember the day, OJ Simpson was acquitted.

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