Aaron Hernandez, the Football Murderer

Aaron Hernandez, the Football Murderer

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Genevieve11

Monterey Park, CA

#1 Jul 3, 2013
is SO hott it's not even funny. Wow, i was just looking at those strong arms and it's scary that i got soooo wet for a murderer.

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#2 Jul 3, 2013
This is a shock to the NFL. This man had a lot going for him and a beautiful family. Wow!!!!

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#4 Jul 4, 2013
Attorney for Aaron Hernandez finally speaks up
Kevin Manahan, USA TODAY Sports 12:23 p.m. EDT June 26, 2013

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

Attorney Ed Garland says Hernandez defense team needs to remind public not to jump to conclusions
Police search team fails to find any evidence in search of pond near Hernandez's home

Hernandez's attorney Michael Fee release statement
NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, Mass.— As a week-old homicide investigation swirls around Aaron Hernandez, who remains in seclusion, the lawyer who represented former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis in a murder trial in 2000 said Monday that he thought police "are trying to make a murder case on Hernandez by methodically putting all the pieces together."

And while Atlanta attorney Ed Garland insisted he was not second-guessing the New England Patriots tight end's legal team, he thought Hernandez's attorney, Michael Fee, had to speak publicly. Garland's message was simple: Tell the public not to jump to conclusions — and keep telling them.

"At some point, I would be aggressive to state my client's innocence," Garland told USA TODAY Sports. "If all that comes out is negative, it can have an effect on the potential jury. You can't have the public hear one side for too long.

"I can't tell him what to do, because I'm not on the inside. But if you look at what we've done in high-profile cases, I would be inclined to make some statement to the public that says,'Do not make up your mind until you've heard all the facts.'"

Up to that point, Fee had publicly acknowledged only that there was a homicide investigation involving his client. But shortly after Garland spoke to USA TODAY Sports, Fee issued a statement Monday night — as if he were taking Garland's advice. Kind of.

"Over the past week, our client, Aaron Hernandez, has been the subject of a relentless flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports in the media," the statement said. "These include the repeated publication of a supposedly confirmed report that an arrest warrant had been issued for Aaron, a report that was exposed as untrue. None of these false reports come from official sources and we appreciate the professionalism and restraint shown by the Bristol County District Attorney's Office to date with regard to its public statements while its investigation is underway.

"Out of respect for that ongoing investigation, we will continue to refrain from commenting on its substance."

There was no statement of innocence and no cautioning the public against a rush to judgment, however.

Garland said the leaks Fee likely was alluding to, including reports that Hernandez smashed his cellphone and tampered with surveillance cameras, are working against Hernandez, which is why his attorney had to speak out. And to determine if potential jurors are leaning one way or another, Garland said Hernandez's legal team should be monitoring news and social media.

FAME A FACTOR: Police more likely to be cautious during investigation

"Potential jurors begin to form opinions quickly, and once they're formed, it's tough to get an impartial jury," he said. "His lawyer could track the public's responses to what is happening — comments on Twitter, Facebook, stories in the media — and analyze them to determine if he could get a fair trial."

Garland spoke several hours after state police investigators returned to Hernandez's upscale neighborhood for another search Monday. Two divers in scuba gear checked a nearby pond before the team scoured densely wooded areas with metal detectors. According to one member of the six-man search team, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the case, investigators found no evidence during a search that began at 10:45 a.m. ET and lasted about an hour.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/patr...

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#5 Jul 4, 2013
To these ladies Latino = guilty.

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#6 Jul 6, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
Attorney for Aaron Hernandez finally speaks up
Kevin Manahan, USA TODAY Sports 12:23 p.m. EDT June 26, 2013
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
Attorney Ed Garland says Hernandez defense team needs to remind public not to jump to conclusions
Police search team fails to find any evidence in search of pond near Hernandez's home
Hernandez's attorney Michael Fee release statement
NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, Mass.— As a week-old homicide investigation swirls around Aaron Hernandez, who remains in seclusion, the lawyer who represented former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis in a murder trial in 2000 said Monday that he thought police "are trying to make a murder case on Hernandez by methodically putting all the pieces together."
And while Atlanta attorney Ed Garland insisted he was not second-guessing the New England Patriots tight end's legal team, he thought Hernandez's attorney, Michael Fee, had to speak publicly. Garland's message was simple: Tell the public not to jump to conclusions — and keep telling them.
"At some point, I would be aggressive to state my client's innocence," Garland told USA TODAY Sports. "If all that comes out is negative, it can have an effect on the potential jury. You can't have the public hear one side for too long.
"I can't tell him what to do, because I'm not on the inside. But if you look at what we've done in high-profile cases, I would be inclined to make some statement to the public that says,'Do not make up your mind until you've heard all the facts.'"
Up to that point, Fee had publicly acknowledged only that there was a homicide investigation involving his client. But shortly after Garland spoke to USA TODAY Sports, Fee issued a statement Monday night — as if he were taking Garland's advice. Kind of.
"Over the past week, our client, Aaron Hernandez, has been the subject of a relentless flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports in the media," the statement said. "These include the repeated publication of a supposedly confirmed report that an arrest warrant had been issued for Aaron, a report that was exposed as untrue. None of these false reports come from official sources and we appreciate the professionalism and restraint shown by the Bristol County District Attorney's Office to date with regard to its public statements while its investigation is underway.
"Out of respect for that ongoing investigation, we will continue to refrain from commenting on its substance."
There was no statement of innocence and no cautioning the public against a rush to judgment, however.
Garland said the leaks Fee likely was alluding to, including reports that Hernandez smashed his cellphone and tampered with surveillance cameras, are working against Hernandez, which is why his attorney had to speak out. And to determine if potential jurors are leaning one way or another, Garland said Hernandez's legal team should be monitoring news and social media.
FAME A FACTOR: Police more likely to be cautious during investigation
"Potential jurors begin to form opinions quickly, and once they're formed, it's tough to get an impartial jury," he said. "His lawyer could track the public's responses to what is happening — comments on Twitter, Facebook, stories in the media — and analyze them to determine if he could get a fair trial."
Garland spoke several hours after state police investigators returned to Hernandez's upscale neighborhood for another search Monday. Two divers in scuba gear checked a nearby pond before the team scoured densely wooded areas with metal detectors. According to one member of the six-man search team, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the case, investigators found no evidence during a search that began at 10:45 a.m. ET and lasted about an hour.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/patr...
Thanks for the info. I will be monitoring this. I am still in shock about this NFL athlete.

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