*One day after an offer to house O.J. Simpson’s acquittal suit was rejected by the Smithsonian, the National Museum of Crime and Punishment – also located in Washington – has pitched itself as an alternative.
The museum’s Chief Operating Officer Janine Vaccarello made the request in a letter addressed to Fred Goldman, reports TMZ.com.
But more parties have to sign off on the idea before the suit can be acquired. Goldman’s attorney, David Cook, tells TMZ a unanimous decision has to be made between his client, Simpson and the suit’s owner Mike Gilbert.