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Aaron Hernandez... Vesti i diskusija o njegovom slučaju

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Last month, prosecutors sought a one-month delay of the probable cause hearing in the murder case against Aaron Hernandez. Today, their time is up.

As explained by the Fall River (Mass.) Herald News, the probable cause hearing remains set for today. It’s a threshold test of the evidence against Hernandez; if probable cause exists to believe he killed Odin Lloyd, Hernandez will stand trial at a later date. If a judge determines probable cause does not exist, the charges will be dropped.

From a strategic standpoint, the probable cause hearing gives Hernandez’s lawyers an advance crack at poking holes in the evidence, with the goal of creating reasonable doubt at trial. It’s highly unlikely that a judge would find no probable cause exists to believe Hernandez killed Lloyd, given the evidence as previously outlined by prosecutors at Hernandez’s bail hearing.

The delay in the probable cause hearing likely arose from the anticipation that Hernandez will be indicted on the charges by a grand jury, which applies the same “probable cause” standard. But Hernandez has not yet been indicted, and Hernandez’s lawyers strenuously objected to the delay when it was requested last month.

They’ll object even more strenuously to another attempt to run out the clock while the grand jury secretly hears evidence from the prosecution — with no opportunity to challenge the evidence for the defense.

Don’t be shocked, then, if the long-awaited indictment of Hernandez comes today, before the hearing is scheduled to begin.



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Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been indicted by a grand jury on a first-degree murder charge in the killing of Odin Lloyd, The Associated Press reported Thursday.

Hernandez already had been charged by prosecutors with first-degree murder and a slew of weapons charges in the June 17 death of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old semi-pro football player from the Boston area. Prosecutors say Hernandez and two other men drove with Lloyd to a North Attleboro industrial park, where Lloyd was shot multiple times and left for dead.

The indictment essentially reaffirms the murder charge already brought against Hernandez.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty.

Prosecutors say Hernandez killed Lloyd because Hernandez was mad at him for what happened a few days earlier, when Lloyd talked to people Hernandez had problems with at a Boston nightclub.

Two other men also were involved, prosecutors say. But only Hernandez has been charged with murder. Ernest Wallace, 41, has pleaded not guilty to being an accessory to murder after the fact. Carlos Ortiz, 25, has pleaded not guilty to illegally carrying a firearm.

Investigators have not explicitly said who fired the fatal shots, but court records filed in South Florida indicated Ortiz told authorities that Wallace called Hernandez the shooter.

The Patriots released Hernandez hours before the murder charge was announced. Hernandez is in jail, held without bail, while a grand jury also considers the evidence against him.

Along with the Attleboro case, Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson told NFL Network in June that Boston police also were investigating Hernandez in connection to a 2012 double homicide.



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The author of the much-discussed Rolling Stone profile of Aaron Hernandez believes that prosecutors lack the evidence to convict him of first-degree murder, and that Hernandez will eventually return to the NFL.

Rolling Stone contributing editor Paul Solotaroff said on the Doug Gottlieb Show that he doubts prosecutors can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Hernandez murdered Odin Lloyd.

“I think [the case] is not only beatable, I think he will be back in the NFL within three or four years,” Solotaroff said. “I think they’ve grossly overcharged him based on the case they’re building – no direct eye witness, no murder weapon, no plausible motive.”

Solotaroff wrote a fine magazine story about Hernandez, but he seems to be going beyond the purview of his own reporting when he suggests that the prosecution’s case is weak. In his own magazine piece, Solotaroff lays out much of the case: Text messages confirm that Lloyd told his sister that he was with Hernandez, in a manner that suggested he was scared of what Hernandez might do to him, just before Lloyd was killed. Security cameras showed a heated exchange between Hernandez and Lloyd. Hernandez’s own home security footage shows him ranting and raving about how you can’t trust anyone after his exchange with Lloyd, and shows him holding the kind of gun that prosecutors say was used to kill Lloyd. Tire tracks near Lloyd’s body match the tires of the rental car Hernandez was driving.

As for the lack of an eye witness, one of the two people who was with Hernandez and Lloyd on the night Lloyd was killed, Carlos Ortiz, has reportedly cooperated extensively with police. That cooperation apparently stops short of saying that Ortiz actually saw Hernandez kill Lloyd, as Ortiz claims he stayed in the car when the shooting happened. But Ortiz reportedly told police that the other man who was with them that night, Ernest Wallace, left the car they were in with Hernandez and Lloyd, that shots were fired, and that when Hernandez and Wallace returned, Wallace told Ortiz that Hernandez shot Lloyd.

Solotaroff does believe that prosecutors have enough enough evidence to convict Hernandez of weapons charges that could put him in prison for three years. So even Solotaroff doesn’t think Hernandez is going to be a free man soon. But Solotaroff is a whole lot more optimistic about Hernandez’s future than most people who have looked at the case.



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Ernest Wallace, charged with being an accessory to murder after the fact, will be arraigned in connection to Hernandez case next Thursday.



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Last week, a grand jury investigating the murder of Odin Lloyd indicted Shayanna Jenkins, the fiancee of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, for perjury.

This week, her lawyer claimed that prosecutors are being unfairly abusive in their pursuit of Jenkins.

“The government actions in this case are abusive and overreaching,” attorney Janice Bassil said, via the Boston Globe. “I don’t believe they have sufficient evidence.”
Bassil believes prosecutors are simply squeezing Jenkins in order to squeeze Hernandez.
“I believe they are just simply trying to add pressure,” Bassil said. “They are trying to pressure her, but perhaps they are also trying to pressure [Hernandez] through her.”

The perjury charge strongly suggested that Jenkins had testified before the grand jury, which typically operates in secrecy. Bassil confirmed that Jenkins testified before the grand jury for two days.

“There is a famous saying, a grand jury will indict a ham sandwich,” Bassil said. “I look forward to challenging this in court. I really do. If a grand jury is supposed to protect citizens from overreaching prosecutors, then there is a lot of work to be done here.”

Bassil may indeed be right. With Carlos Ortiz changing his story about whether only Hernandez or both Hernandez and Ernest Wallace exited the car just before Lloyd was shot, the prosecution may fear a jury will conclude that reasonable doubt exists. Putting pressure on Jenkins, and in turn on Hernandez, becomes an obvious strategy for shoring up a murder case that ultimately could be hard to prove, if Ortiz will be the star witness.

Besides, perjury cases are tough to prove. At trial, the prosecution will have to show — beyond a reasonable doubt — that Jenkins knowingly made a false statement to the grand jury.

And so the question becomes whether Jenkins and Hernandez will be unmoved by these developments, or whether the pressure applied to Jenkins will prompt her, or Hernandez, to crack.

If Hernandez did indeed kill Lloyd, some would say he should admit it, if that will get the charges dropped against the mother of his young child. Then again, folks who have killed people don’t necessarily approach such dilemmas with logic, reason, and/or a concern for anyone other than themselves.



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znači kriv je

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Kriv, ali mozda ga oslobode optuzbi u nedostatku dokaza



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ko je Aaron Hernandez?

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neka konjina tamo



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@penban ::Kriv, ali mozda ga oslobode optuzbi u nedostatku dokaza
Kao Rej Luisa.Hoće li ga Patsi vratiti ako ga puste?

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@penban ::Kriv, ali mozda ga oslobode optuzbi u nedostatku dokaza
Kao Rej Luisa.Hoće li ga Patsi vratiti ako ga puste?
Ne. Sigurno nece.
Odustali su oni od njega...



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možda ga i puste

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Gazda Miki ::možda ga i puste
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On the surface, it appears that the prosecution has a strong case against Aaron Hernandez for the murder of Odin Lloyd. If it were that strong, however, the prosecution perhaps wouldn’t be trying to get the judge assigned to the case to step aside.

At Wednesday’s pre-trial hearing, the prosecution acknowledged that a formal request will be made to Judge Susan Garsh that she recuse herself from the case.

The specific reasons for the request aren’t yet known, but this item from the Fall River (Mass.) Herald News points to a rocky history between Judge Garsh and the prosecutors handling the case.

In 2010, lead Hernandez prosecutor Bill McCauley “accused Garsh of being antagonistic toward prosecutors” during a different murder trial.

Per multiple Twitter reports, Judge Garsh didn’t seem to be thrilled by the prosecution’s intended course of action, which will be addressed at a future hearing. And it likely won’t be easy to persuade her to step aside, or to force a higher court to force her out.

Even so, if the prosecutors have concerns about Judge Garsh, calling her out could force her to be careful not to do anything that could be viewed as showing antagonism to the prosecution’s case.

The fact that the prosecution even has to make the request shows that the case as currently postured is far from perfect. With a very high standard of proof required for a conviction, it won’t take much to allow Hernandez’s lawyers to deliver an acquittal.



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The case against former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez for the June 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd may be getting a little wobbly, but the potential case against him for the July 2012 murders of Safiro Furtado and Daniel Abreu may be a lot getting stronger.

An alleged eyewitness to the double murder recently told FOX 25 in Boston that the witness, whose identity has not been disclosed, was in the car with Furtado and Abreu at the time of the shooting.

“They just came up and started firing for no reason at all,” the witness, who was shot in the arm, told FOX 25. “We never had any trouble. We were not those kind of people. We were just having fun.”

The witness said he recognized Hernandez after he was arrested for the murder of Lloyd.

“When I see his face, I just recognize his face,” the witness explained. “Compare his face that night to his face now. It’s that face that I remember. . . . I just want to know, what’s the reason? What’s the point? Why us?”

A grand jury has been investigating the murders, with Hernandez reportedly the target of the probe.

“We’ve got the best homicide team in the city working on that,” Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis recently told FOX 25. “They are putting pieces of information together and presenting it to the grand jury, working very closely with the District Attorney’s Office on that case. I’m satisfied with the direction it’s going in, and I think that we’ll come to the right conclusions on that.”

The right conclusions for the authorities could be the wrong conclusions for Hernandez, ultimately requiring him to face a jury not once but twice with a life sentence hanging in the balance.



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A jakog slucaja
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Video je tetoviranog Latinoamerikanca na TV-u, koji se nikada pre nije pojavljivao u javnosti... rekla-kazala slucakj... oba



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Da ga brani Toma Fila još bi rodbina ubijenog morala da plati za hemijsko čišćenje krvavih mrlja odela u kom je počinio ubistvo.



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While Patriots celebrate another AFC East title, Aaron Hernandez is due to appear in court this afternoon in the murder case against him.



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dokle se ovde stiglo?

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