*The suit worn by O.J. Simpson when he was famously acquitted of murder is now ready for display at the Newseum in Washington.

As previously reported, the custom-tailored $2,000 Ermenegildo Zegna suit was handed over to the museum last spring, intended as part of an overall exhibit about the so-called Trial of the Century.

 

Mike Gilbert, former agent for O.J. Simpson, holds Simpson's suit at the Newseum in Washington D.C.

Starting Friday, the suit and an audio “kill-switch” (seen below) Judge Ito used during the trial will be on display to mark the 15th anniversary of the verdict.