Massachusetts Police Search Nearby Lake; Aaron Hernandez is a Sitting Duck
Some folks just can’t get enough of the Aaron Hernandez saga, but for others it’s getting old.
Whether you think he is a murderer or is as innocent as can be, your opinion on Hernandez is probably rather strong. As of now, the evidence isn’t exactly stack piled and it appears that the hatred and gloom surrounding No. 81 has subsided. With that being said, the Patriots have remained mum on the situation which isn’t a total shocker to anyone who knows the NFL‘s most stoic organization.
Odin Lloyd‘s death started this all as the 27-year-old was found dead nearly a mile from Hernandez’s North Attleborough home. Then, the red flags began to pop as the tight end smashed his cell phone and destroyed his security system — why would an innocent man do those things?
It’s just a matter of time before we all find out Hernandez’s motive and whether he will have the same fate as O.J. Simpson and Ray Lewis or if he will head to a jail cell similar to that of Plaxico Burress and Michael Vick. It’s safe to say that the NFL is used to handling situations like this.
By the way, the constant coverage of Hernandez’s home is rather disturbing — what’s next? Are those same reporters going to probe the jail cell in which Hernandez eventually ends up?
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