Conflicting reports about knife found on OJ Simpson property

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LOS ANGELES, CA -- Last month the LAPD revealed they were in possession of a knife that had allegedly been found on the OJ Simpson property back in 1998. The knife which was found buried by a construction worker nearly two decades ago, was sent off for forensic testing.

TMZ claims sources from within the department tell them the knife has been tested and it contains no DNA. The Los Angeles Police Department was quick to deny that claim Tuesday and said instead that the knife was still being tested and final results were still days away.

TMZ continues to stick by their source. Although several knifes were tested back in 1994, the murder weapon used to kill Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman was never recovered by authorities.