Smithsonian Not Interested in O.J.'s Acquittal Suit

...Maybe the African-American History Museum will want to take it for a spin?


The Smithsonian isn't interested in Orenthal's acquittal suit.

The venerable Smithsonian Institution, often dubbed "America's Attic," said no Tuesday to adding a piece of 1990s history to its collections.

A day earlier, a California judge approved an agreement to donate the brownish-green suit O.J. Simpson wore the day in 1995 that he was acquitted of murder -- if museum officials wanted it. But they didn't.

"The curators feel that it doesn't fit with the collections here at the National Museum of American History," Valeska Hilbig, spokeswoman for the museum, told CNN Radio Tuesday.

And there you have it.

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