O.J. innocent? The many flaws with ID's new theory of the Simpson-Goldman murders Nov. 21, 2012, 10:27 AM EST By Tim Molloy The head of the network offering a new theory about who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman still believes that O.J. did it. That may be the most damning thing we can say about "My Brother the Serial Killer," which airs Wednesday on Investigation Discovery. It suggests that Glen Rogers, a part-time painter, killed Simpson's ex-wife and her friend while trying to retrieve a pair of diamond earrings at the NFL star's behest. "You may have to kill the *****," Simpson told Rogers, according to a profiler quoted on the show. That's double hearsay -- an alleged quote of an alleged quote -- and would be considered too unreliable to be admitted in a courtroom. But that sort of so-called evidence abounds in "My Brother the Serial Killer." The ID Films documentary offers an occasionally intriguing new take on one of our most famous unsolved mysteries. But by failing to acknowledge and address the weaknesses in its supposed evidence, it comes up as short as that glove did on Simpson's hand. The documentary already has sparked fury from Goldman's relatives for suggesting that Simpson wasn't the real killer. The former football star, now serving time for robbery, was acquitted of the murders but found liable for the deaths in a civil trial and ordered to pay millions of dollars. ID President Henry Schleiff defends "My Brother the Serial Killer" by saying it isn't out to prove that Rogers committed the killings. Rather, the idea is to give viewers new facts and let them make up their own minds. Personally, Schleiff told TheWrap, he still thinks Simpson is probably guilty. O.J. Innocent? The Many Flaws With ID's New Theory of the Simpson-Goldman Murders YAHOO!·1 day ago The head of the network offering a new theory about who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman still believes that O.J. did it. That may be the most… ..