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Aaron Hernandez - Found guilty of First Degree Murder (UPDATE: committed suicide)

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24 minutes ago, toolg said:

That's not what the jury thought.

Jury was led in a direction by a prosecution team that chose to pin it on the high profile guy in the case amongst the 3 involved.  Make deals with the others if they pointed their fingers at the big fish 

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52 minutes ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Feel bad for his daughter.  Who knows if he ever even killed Odin.  There was never any evidence to show that he did, just thst he was there with the other guys involved as well.   Now this makes you really think about that.

Innocent people don't typically destroy their cell phone and home security system after a murder occurs

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Turns out, he was too hard for life.

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AND THAT'S THAT!!!

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8 minutes ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Jury was led in a direction by a prosecution team that chose to pin it on the high profile guy in the case amongst the 3 involved.  Make deals with the others if they pointed their fingers at the big fish 

This was already hashed out to death in the original murder thread. He didn't need to pull the trigger in order to be found guilty of first degree murder due to Joint Venture Liability in Massachusetts.

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15 minutes ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Jury was led in a direction by a prosecution team that chose to pin it on the high profile guy in the case amongst the 3 involved.  Make deals with the others if they pointed their fingers at the big fish 

Uh, that's usually the way it goes in all trials...when a verdict could go either way it comes down to who is the best sales person, the prosecutor or the defense attorney.

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1 hour ago, 20Safety_Hazards said:

He was serving life without parole, so there was no turning things around. He was never getting out of prison.

 

He could have been in service in Jail. But he couldn't find God apparently. 

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52 minutes ago, toolg said:

That's true. He gets an automatic appeal to MA Supreme Court and he could have spent his life filing more appeals. There's a chance he could have been released from prison eventually due to an appeal. Under his current sentence, first-degree murder in MA carries automatic life without parole, so he would not be released from prison (unless he won an appeal).

Interesting.  Thanks for the explanation. I only heard that one part on ESPN while getting ready this morning.

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Good. Save some tax money.

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1 minute ago, ggs5008 said:

Good. Save some tax money.

That's exactly what I was thinking. 

 

...And not a single tear was shed.

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1 hour ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Jury was led in a direction by a prosecution team that chose to pin it on the high profile guy in the case amongst the 3 involved.  Make deals with the others if they pointed their fingers at the big fish 

he was 100 percnt behind his death regardless so f it.

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Don't let this distract you from the more heinous crime of fraud Eli committed. :nonono:

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23 minutes ago, boogyman said:

Don't let this distract you from the more heinous crime of fraud Eli committed. :nonono:

Or the even more heinous thought that there are people who desperately desire objects that have Eli's  forehead and ear sweat on them...:unsure:

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2 hours ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Feel bad for his daughter.  Who knows if he ever even killed Odin.  There was never any evidence to show that he did, just thst he was there with the other guys involved as well.   Now this makes you really think about that.

Actually the evidence against him in the Odin case was very strong.  If I was a juror, I would of found him guilty as well.

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4 hours ago, cowboy_ron said:

My sympathy lies with the families of his victims, not with him.......he freely chose a gangster lifestyle over an NFL career.

Yup... and he died of 'natural causes'...natural to his chosen lifestyle... 

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I can't believe some of what I'm reading.

He is, was, and always will be a murderous piece of trash. The world is a slightly better and safer place today because he is no longer among us. There is now no chance that a lying lawyer and nine idiots may release him into the wild, where he would have taken more lives.

We're talking about a guy WHO SHOT HIS FRIEND IN THE FACE in an attempt to eliminate a potential witness.

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It always makes me wonder what makes a guy turn to crime when he has so much going for him.   :nonono:

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1 hour ago, cowboy_ron said:

That atty hasn't received his full 15 minutes of fame yet.

This is the same guy who got Casey Anthony off, that's a long 15 mins

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Much like the New England Patriot way, Hernandez has found a way to cheat the system

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So according to PFT, under Massachusetts law, his conviction is now voided since he died before the appeals process was completed.

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Just now, VaBeach_Eagle said:

So according to PFT, under Massachusetts law, his conviction is now voided since he died before the appeals process was completed.

So if he comes back to life he would be a free man?

That's quite a loophole there.

Perhaps he was just trying to exploit it.

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1 minute ago, vincent_NJG said:

So if he comes back to life he would be a free man?

That's quite a loophole there.

Perhaps he was just trying to exploit it.

What it means is, he died an 'innocent' man ... in the technical eyes of the law, anyway.

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