Boston PD Have Found Red SUV; Aaron Hernandez Could Be Up For Another Murder Charge
For those of you screaming that Aaron Hernandez isn’t a cold-blooded murder, you may wan’t to turn away as No. 81 is implicated in another homicide and it’s getting serious. While his involvement in Odin Lloyd‘s death has yet to be determined, police are rather certain that Hernandez rented a red SUV in July 2012 in order to execute a drive-by shooting that resulted in a double-homicide.
It seems rather convenient, but just a day after charging him with first-degree murder and five gun-related charges, the Boston Police Department has apparently found the red SUV rental that was taken out in Hernandez’s name. Once again, I would proceed with caution here, yet the reports are making it look more and more like Hernandez will be appearing in court for the July drive-by shooting sooner rather than later.
Hernandez was accused of performing an “execution-style” murder on Lloyd. Oftentimes, gang members are linked to these kind of murders and after the drive-by shooting news, there is no doubt that Hernandez has been involved in some sort of gang for some time. Either way, it’s looking more and more like the ex-New England Patriots tight end will never see the light of day.
One thing to look out for: there are two SUV’s involved in the July double homicide, but the red one is the one that was registered to Hernandez. Keep an eye on the newest discoveries as the ex-NFL All-Pro sweats in a jail cell.
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