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

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Huge lines at the Pats' pro shop today for the jersey return

ill be happy to hear of the lack of selection. You know the pats are not going to give lots of choices, they don't want this "class-act" of theirs to eat into the rest of their jersey sales.

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ill be happy to hear of the lack of selection. You know the pats are not going to give lots of choices, they don't want this "class-act" of theirs to eat into the rest of their jersey sales.

They didn't. All you could get for an authentic was either Brady, Gronk or Wilfork, and Teabags wasn't an option at all.

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Not a surprise. They only mass produce certain player's in the authentic jerseys. The real question is if they were giving away Nike or Reebok authentics. If people were expecting to get a free Tebow jersey they are just stupid.

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31 players arrested while Urban Meyer was coach at the Penitentiary of Florida

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Kraft says they were "duped" by Hernandez. BS, Bob, B.S. They all knew what a punk he was and kept him around because of his talent. ESPN is trying their damndest to make sure their team doesn't get dumped on nationwide.

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2500 jerseys returned, 600 were kids'. Estimated cost was $250K. So far, no word from the team if they will ban Hernandez jerseys at games.

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2500 jerseys returned, 600 were kids'. Estimated cost was $250K. So far, no word from the team if they will ban Hernandez jerseys at games.

250k estimated cost of jerseys at the consumer cost... how much does a jersey REALLY cost? $10-15 to make and display?

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250k estimated cost of jerseys at the consumer cost... how much does a jersey REALLY cost? $10-15 to make and display?

it costs the team about 55% of what they actually sell it for. jerseys are where teams make their money in merchandise.

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UPDATE: Aaron Hernandez didn't murder anyone yesterday!

That we know of

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He's done. Even if he wasn't the one who pulled the trigger it's still a murder charge for being an accomplice right?

It's probably different from state to state.

Not sure, but I think if he were just an accomplice, they would've charged him with conspiracy to commit murder.

In watching shows like "The First 48", the accomplices get charged with the same crime as the actual 'trigger man', at least in those places that charge the accomplices with the same charges.

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According to the report, "Police having learned that the deceased Mr. Lloyd and the occupant of the house, Mr. Hernandez, were both connected to the then missing Chevrolet Suburban, these officers had concerns for the safety of Mr. Hernandez."

In a search of Hernandez's home, police found a box of "Game Loads" .22 bullets. Inside a safe, they discovered a scale and dish used to weigh drugs. From Hernandez's home in North Attleboro, police removed clothes, shoes, a wrist watch, an FEG Hungarian rifle and "1 gunshot residue kit from mattress."

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/warrants-aaron-hernandez-uncooperative-police-investigation-192308471.html

It's probably different from state to state.

In watching shows like "The First 48", the accomplices get charged with the same crime as the actual 'trigger man', at least in those places that charge the accomplices with the same charges.

Thanks

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Even if they can't put the gun in his hand it looks like they can make the case that he was the driving force behind the murder. Its not like he was just a bystander or something. He's the one who called these guys down and had the issue with Lloyd.

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According to the Associated Press, court documents indicate Carlos Ortiz told Massachusetts authorities he was told by Ernest Wallace that Aaron Hernandez fired the fatal shots in the murder of Odin Lloyd.

If it sounds convoluted, that's because it is. Ortiz's testimony is near dictionary definition hearsay, but still damning nonetheless. Adding to the confusion is that Ortiz is reportedly not cooperating with police in the investigation. He apparently was initially, however. Earlier in the day, it was reported that Hernandez slammed the door on police when they first arrived at his North Attleboro home for questioning.

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they discovered a scale and dish used to weigh drugs

So this genius was making millions of dollars to play football but he was going to jeopardize all of that to sell drugs? The more you learn about this guy the more I'm convinced he's the dumbest human being walking the planet.

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So this genius was making millions of dollars to play football but he was going to jeopardize all of that to sell drugs? The more you learn about this guy the more I'm convinced he's the dumbest human being walking the planet.

Actually, its quite smart. How many of these players are broke 5-10 years after their playing days are over because they didnt have a retirement plan?

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http://main.aol.com/2013/07/09/aaron-hernandez-murder-ca_n_3568290.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl2%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D341829

A man linked to the murder case against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez told police Hernandez admitted firing the fatal shots, and a vehicle wanted in a double killing in Boston a year before had been rented in Hernandez's name, according to documents filed Tuesday in Florida that provide the most damning evidence yet against the star athlete.

Search warrants executed in the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation were unsealed Tuesday, revealing a trove of new details about evidence found at his home as well as accounts of authorities' early interactions with him.

According to an affidavit attached to the newly unsealed search warrants, Hernandez was "argumentative" with police when he first encountered them outside his house on June 17, only hours after Odin Lloyd's body was found roughly a mile from Hernandez's home.

Hernandez approached police and asked them why they were at his house, according to the affidavit. When they asked him about an SUV he rented, Hernandez said he rented it for Lloyd and last saw him the previous day in Boston. Hernandez then became disagreeable, asking "what's with all the questions?" before retreating into his home and locking the door.

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Here's the conversation as it appeared in court records (via Brian Ballou of the Boston Globe):

Hernandez (9:05 pm): "I'm coming to grab that tonight u gon b around I need dat and we could step for a little again"

[no answer]

Hernandez (9:34 pm): "Waddup."

Lloyd (9:37 pm): "Aite, where."

Hernandez (9:39 pm): "idk it don't matter but imma hit u when I'm dat way like Las time if my phone dies imma hit u when I charge it which will be in a lil."

Lloyd (10:00 pm): "Aite idk anything goin on"

Hernandez (10:13 pm): "I'll figure it out ill hit u on way."

Lloyd (12:22 am): "We still on."

The court records also show that Lloyd kept Hernandez in his phone under the name "Dis N***a."

Investigators say Hernandez picked up Lloyd at 2:33 a.m.

It's unclear what Hernandez was referring to when he said "grab that," but Hernandez's girlfriend reportedly told police that Lloyd was a marijuana dealer before Hernandez told her to stop talking to investigators.

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Via The Associated Press:

The documents say Hernandez associate Carlos Ortiz told Massachusetts investigators that another man, Ernest Wallace, said Hernandez admitted shooting semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd in an industrial park near Hernandez's home in North Attleborough.

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