It’s official, former NFL star, Aaron Hernandez, who was already convicted of murdering fellow football player, Odin Lloyd, has hired Casey Anthony‘s lawyer, Jose Baez, to now represent him in his pending double homicide trial of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Baez announced Wednesday that Hernandez would be represented by his firm over the shooting death of the two men in a drive by shooting in 2012. The killing was said to be over a spilled drink.
The ex-NFL star and convicted murderer met with Baez at his Massachusetts prison earlier this week — and, moments ago, Baez announced Hernandez has made the move to retain Baez’s firm. Continue reading
If you live near the Seiling, Woodward and Alva areas in NW Oklahoma, you may have noticed KFOR’s over-the-air signal is dead.
The popular TV station reported that their translator in Seiling was destroyed in a fire. The translator beams the signal to their viewing audience.
KFOR engineers are diligently working to get this vital service restored as quickly as possible. Continue reading
It’s safe to say that Aaron Hernandez has bigger fish to fry, but you got to wonder just how the jailed baller’s official jail I.D. has made its way to eBay..
Hernandez, who is currently waiting for a jury to decide his fate, must have been robbed while incarcerated.
Law enforcement confirm the item appears to be a legit identification card from Suffolk County Jail in Mass where Hernandez arrived in July 2014. Continue reading
The judge in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial issued an ultimatum to TV station WHDH-TV, after they were accused of following two jurors outside the courthouse. The judge had previously issued a written order that no one shall approach, follow, contact, harass, photograph or take down the license plates of jurors.
The deliberating jurors alerted Judge Susan Garsh Thursday morning that they were followed by a pair of reporters working for Boston station WHDH-TV. The judge then held a special hearing, giving the station until 12:15 p.m. to have the driver or a higher-up testify about what happened or face being held in contempt.
Garsh said it was a serious matter and a felony and could have resulted in a mistrial. The station didn’t immediately return phone and email messages from The Associated Press seeking comment. Continue reading
Was Aaron Hernandez prosecution witness, Anthony Jerome of the hostile variety?
Decide for yourself by watching this handy compilation video of all of Jerome’s “I don’t remember”greatest hits!
Keep an eye on Hernandez and his team’s reactions when Jerome’s agonizing testimony finally concludes.. source: thecount.com on Youtube Continue reading
Aaron Hernandez‘s murder trial has been canceled for a second straight day after two more feet of snow fell on Boston.
On Friday, the jury took a fieldtrip to the home of Hernandez and the murder scene, and that was the last official day of court proceedings as the weather has made it nearly impossible for travel to and from the courthouse.
New England and New York state are enduring the third winter storm in less than two weeks. Continue reading
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The last time the New England Patriots were in the Super Bowl, former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez was gearing up for the game of a lifetime. Now Hernandez himself is in the fight of his life, fighting for his freedom.
EA, the folks who produce Madden 15, the popular and long running NFL video game, are stripping embroiled former Ravens star, Ray Rice from the program.
Starting in this week’s update, Rice will be removed from all roster lists in the latest edition of their yearly release.
Fox’s Mike Garafolo reports that Rice, who was released by the Baltimore Ravens and indefinitely suspended from the NFL after video emerged of him punching his wife in an Atlantic City hotel earlier this year, will also be removed from the latest version of Madden. source
Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez was similarly removed after his indictment for murder..
Former NFL QB and current accused killer, Aaron Hernandez, was transported from Bristol County House of Corrections in North Dartmouth late Saturday morning to St. Luke’s Hospital in New Bedford for an undisclosed medical issue.
Jail officials would not comment on exactly why Hernandez was hospitalized but did indicate that it did not involve a fight or altercation.
Hernandez’s entire trip lasted about an hour, describing it as a routine transport that is standard procedure for any inmate. Continue reading
Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez already faces a murder charge and now he has also been charged as the gunman in an unrelated 2012 double slaying in Boston.
Prosecutors say the murders were over the victim spilling a drink on Hernandez by accident.
Prosecutors claim Hernandez shot to death Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado as they sat in a car in Boston’s South End on July 16.
Police have said they were shot by someone who drove up alongside in an SUV with Rhode Island license plates and opened fire.