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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by Gator Mike, Oct 1, 2013.
If Hernandez is placed at the club and this dude doesn't turn out to be some sort of opportunistic would-be felon himself.... Man, is Hernandez looking like a lunatic or what? I mean I'm trying to stay open minded but dayum.
AH could well be a psychopath.
have to wonder if the dude makes it to the trial. AH has some ties to some bad people
Lawyer says Aaron Hernandez fiancee abused by DA
“The government actions in this case are abusive and overreaching,’’ said Janice Bassil (left), a lawyer representing Shayanna Jenkins (right), whom the lawyer says is being targeted because of her connection to Aaron Hernandez.
I know it's currently red hot but I doubt government overreach is going to fly in this situation. It's not quite that catchall yet.
I'm not an AH defender, but when a witness can't identify anyone for a longtime and then says: "OMG, its that bad guy charged with murder I saw on TV!, I'm immediately skeptical.
This story just keep getting worse.
If that were the only thing that connects AH to this crime, then I'm with you. Unfortunately, it look like there's a lot more to it.
I think all Gator fans hope AH is innocent but it sure doesn't look like it.
He is a bad person
Well it looks like the investigators have narrowed the search down.
Video of AH at the club where all of the pertinent parties were.
The rented card that is connected to AH.
The gun used to shoot the people.
An eye witness (this one is questionable).
What is really bad for AH is that a one time buddy that AH shot in the face is also a suspect and he could sometime down the road roll over for the DA.
I said it before, I'll say it again. AHern is lucky he isn't in a death penalty state.
Based on what i have read it seems that the guy he killed more recently was a potential witness for these shootings.
Makes his reported statement, "You just can't trust anyone anymore," have a whole different meaning, doesn't it?
Makes you wonder is these guys live in some surreal world that has no relationship to the real one.
No doubt, because when he is found guilty (and I firmly believe he is) there is no doubt the chances would be high he received the death penalty. Darn good thing for him he's not in Texas.