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It's been 17 years since O.J. Simpson was declared "not guilty", yet the acquittal still festers among the prosecution. The latest accusation comes from ex-prosecutor Christopher Darden, and is directed toward the late Johnnie Cochran.

Darden claims Cochran's "Dream Team" had private access to the infamous black glove during a lunch recess, during which the lining was tampered with, thus rendering it unwearable. If true, it'd be an egregious oversight, even in Judge Lance Ito's three-ring circus courtroom.

However, attorney Alan Dershowitz -- a living member of O.J.'s legal squad -- said the accusation is "a total fabrication", and essentially called Darden a sore loser:

Having made the greatest legal blunder of the 20th Century, [Darden is] trying to blame it on the dead man.

The Kardashian Klan had no comment, as they are currently filming one of their 19 reality shows.


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