O.J. Simpson’s Ex-Manager Says He Knows Who the Real Killer Is…

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LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 14: O.J. Simpson smiles during a break in an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court on May 14, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine-to-33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is using a writ of habeas corpus to seek a new trial, claiming he had such bad representation that his conviction should be reversed. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

O.J. Simpson smiles in a Las Vegas Courtroom

LOS ANGELES — So what if the LAPD is testing a knife reportedly found at O.J. Simpson’s former estate! O.J. “isn’t losing any sleep” over the discovery, says his former manager.

Not that he’s really getting a good night’s sleep anyway — since he’s in a Nevada prison doing time for kidnapping and robbery. But you get the point.

“When he heard the news on TV, all he did was shake his head,” Norman Pardo told People. “As if to say, ‘Will this ever end?’ He’s definitely shrugging it off and pretty much saying, ‘I’m not going to worry about it.’”

And get this — Pardo claims he knows who really killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.

LOS ANGELES - MARCH 16: O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson pose at the premiere of the "Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Isult" in which O.J. starred on March 16, 1994 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vinnie Zuffante/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

O.J. Simpson & Nicole Brown Simpson

“I know who did it, and I knοw why they did it,” Pardo reportedly told KNX 1070 radio in Los Angeles.

Say what?! So, who?!

Well, don’t think he’s letting go of the scoop that easily. Pardo said he would disclose who committed the murders when the time is right — but says he did give the info over to LAPD.

Even if the knife is identified as the murder weapon, O.J. can’t be tried for murder thanks to a little thing called double jeopardy. But it could jeopardize his Nevada case when he comes up for parole next year.

This is the case that never ends. Yes, it goes on and on, my friend…

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