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    I hope that that has some merit. I do not like it when prosecutors try to load up a passing guilt train with whatever unsolved cases they have...


    Not that this is a COMMON occurrence, but c'mahn! It's in the movies!

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    Give the notoriety of this case, I really don't think they'd try to dump anything on him they couldn't prove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishInNYC View Post
    Apparently he called Wes Welker after his arrest. A white Bronco helps get you acquitted of murder.
    Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBMW View Post
    Give the notoriety of this case, I really don't think they'd try to dump anything on him they couldn't prove.
    http://www.nytimes.com/video/playlis...00000002308497

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    Well the story goes that Lloyd knew of Hernandez's (alleged) involvement in the 2012 murders and that recent arguments between the two had left Hernandez concerned about Lloyd's loyalty. It is suggested this is what Hernandez is referring to when he was recorded saying "you can't trust anyone no more" (or words to that effect).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddhead View Post
    Awesome.
    Hernandez will go into prison a Tight End and come out a Wide Receiver.

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    Ba dum-bum...

    *KISHHHHHHH!*

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    Ex-fans line up to trade in Hernandez jerseys




    The Patriots allowed fans to trade in their Aaron Hernandez jerseys for any other Pats jersey.
    Michael Dwyer/AP

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Hundreds of one-time fans are trading in their Aaron Hernandez jerseys.

    The New England Patriots are letting fans trade in their No. 81 jerseys for a different one on Saturday and Sunday. The ex-Patriots tight end has been charged with the murder in the death of 27-year-old semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. He has pleaded not guilty. The Patriots released Hernandez shortly after he was arrested on June 26.

    Team spokesman Stacey James says children love wearing Patriots gear but may not understand why their parents don't want them wearing Hernandez's jersey. The jerseys must have been purchased at the team shop at Gillette Stadium or its online store.

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    How much you wanna bet that SOME people will want them for the same reason others don't......

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    You can be sure of it...there are threads full of "haters be haters" rhetoric (if that word can be applied to the drivel therein).

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    Some person (or persons) has been surfing Ebay, putting in winning bids for Hernandez jerseys, then refusing to pay. Instead, he sends the seller a message telling him to burn the jersey.

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    Report: Aaron Hernandez to remain in solitary confinement for own safety

    TMZ reports Bristol County Jail officials have decided Aaron Hernandez should remain in solitary confinement rather than being moved to general population.
    The former New England Patriots tight end charged with the first-degree murder of Odin Lloyd has been jailed since being arrested on June 26.
    MCCANN: Released Aaron Hernandez evidence damning, but questions remain
    From TMZ:
    As we previously reported, the alleged murderer was placed in solitary right after he was booked — fearing violent inmates might view the former NFL star as a “prize.” But officials vowed to review Aaron’s situation and would consider moving him if they felt it was safe.
    But officials met yesterday and a rep for the jail tells TMZ … after serious discussion, they decided NOT to move Hernandez, believing it would be in his “best interest” to stay. The insinuation — he’s still in danger.
    The jail rep says the ex-NFL star is “doing well” behind bars … and hasn’t had any problems so far.
    TMZ’s source also said Hernandez has been receiving regular visitors, but could not release the visitors’ names.

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    Timeline of events including some pretty telling texts from Lloyd.


    Prosecutors Detail How NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Allegedly 'Orchestrated The Execution' Of Odin Lloyd

    Tony ManfredJun. 27, 2013, 11:04 AM



    REUTERS/Mike George

    Aaron Hernandez was arrested, cut by the Patriots, and charged with murder in the death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd yesterday.
    At his arraignment, prosecutor William McCauley gave a 25-minute, detailed account of how the prosecution claims Hernandez killed Lloyd. Using a web of surveillance footage, as well as some alleged boneheaded moves by Hernandez, the prosecution claims they have clear evidence that the ex-NFL player "orchestrated the execution" of Lloyd's murder on the morning of June 17.

    The prosecution says Hernandez called up two friends from Connecticut, picked up Lloyd at his house, drove him to a remote industrial park, killed him, and tried to destroy the evidence.
    Here's the timeline of the alleged murder, as told by the prosecution:

    Friday night, June 14: Hernandez and Lloyd are together at a club called Rumor in Boston. Lloyd talks to a group of people Hernandez doesn't like. Hernandez gets upset. This is the motive for the murder, according to the prosecution.

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    Club Rumor in Boston


    Sunday night, June 16, 9:02 p.m.: Hernandez, at his home in North Attleborough, sends a text to two friends from Connecticut saying, "Please make it back."
    9:05 p.m.: Hernandez texts Lloyd saying he wants to come by his house and get together.
    9:35 p.m.: Hernandez texts his two friends, "Get your ass up here."
    10:23 p.m.: Hernandez sends another text to his two friends, "Hurry your ass up." They arrive sometime after that.
    Later that night: Hernandez is observed on his home surveillance system holding a gun and telling one of the two friends that he can't trust anyone anymore.
    1:12 a.m.: Hernandez and the two friends leave his house in a rented silver Nissan Altima.
    2:10 a.m.: They stop for gas on their way to Lloyd's house on Fayston Street in Boston. Hernandez buys gas as well as Bubblelicious bubble gum and Black & Mild rolling papers.
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    The victim, Odin Lloyd, 27, was a semi-pro football player for the Boston Bandits. He was reportedly dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee.



    2:32 a.m.:
    The three of them arrive at Lloyd's house and text him, "We're here." Lloyd's sister sees him leave and get in the Nissan Altima.
    During the drive: Hernandez tells Lloyd that he is upset that he was talking to those people at the club on Friday night.3:07 a.m.: Lloyd texts his sister, "Did you see who I am with?"
    3:11 a.m.: After she doesn't respond, he texts, "Hello?"
    3:19 a.m.: His sister responds, "My phone was dead. Who?"
    3:22 a.m.: Lloyd responds, "NFL."
    3:23 a.m.: Lloyd texts his sister, "Just so you know."
    3:23 a.m.: Hernandez's car is seen on a security camera driving to a secluded area in an industrial park. The area is used to store gravel and sand, and is out of the view of security cameras.
    3:23-3:27 a.m.: Lloyd is shot five times with a .45-caliber semiautomatic weapon. He is shot three times and is still alive when he falls to the ground. He is then shot twice more in the back. Workers at a nearby industrial business hear gunshots.

    REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
    The industrial park


    3:28 a.m.: There is surveillance footage of the car leaving in the direction of Hernandez's house.
    3:29 a.m.: Hernandez's car pulls up outside his house.
    3:30 a.m.: The three men go into Hernandez's house. One of them is holding a semiautomatic gun. They go to the basement, and turn off the home security system. Six to eight hours of home surveillance footage goes missing.
    The next day: Hernandez trades in his silver Nissan for a different rental car. The driver's side mirror is damaged, but Hernandez says he doesn't know how it happened. After Hernandez leaves, the rental car attendant finds a shell casing and a piece of chewed blue Bubblelicious gum under the driver's seat. The investigation reveals that the casing matches the casings at the crime scene, and the gum presumably belongs to Hernandez.
    5:30 p.m.: Lloyd's body is found by a jogger.
    In addition to the Lloyd murder, Hernandez is reportedly being investigated for an August 2012 double murder.


    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/aaron...#ixzz2YsOZG4bx

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    Too bad for Hernandez that this didn't take place in Florida. AH could have claimed that Lloyd's conversation with his foes "Struck Fear in My Heart" and thereby he had to shoot him, lest he himself dropped dead from feelings of threat + fright.

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