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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

AARON HERNANDEZ: Gangster & Killer Whose Background NFL Overlooked Because He's LATINO


AARON HERNANDEZ is a straight-up GANG BANGER & Murderer, whose background was overlooked by the NFL because he is a LATINO.

ARTICLE: "Documents: Car Believed To Be Driven By Aaron Hernandez Circled Victims Of 2012 Double Murder In Boston’s South End"

A new search warrant filed in Connecticut details evidence police have amassed against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in the unsolved double murder of two men in Boston’s South End, and provides the first formal indication that the June murder of Odin Lloyd may have been linked to that crime.

According to the search warrant affidavit, first reported by the Hartford Courant, Boston police received an anonymous tip that Hernandez was likely linked to the unsolved July 16, 2012, killing of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado.

While the documents make it clear that it is unknown who pulled the trigger, investigators allege that video evidence show a vehicle — allegedly driven by Hernandez — circling the block, waiting for the victims to exit the club and to get to their car, seemingly stalking them before the shooting.

Police say video shows Hernandez arriving at 12:04 a.m. early that morning, driving a 2006 Toyota 4Runner, and additional video then shows him entering Cure nightclub immediately behind the victims, according to the affidavit.

The document provides a narrative, based on video evidence, that details Hernandez’s alleged movements on the night of the double shooting.

Hernandez and an accomplice — whom investigators later identified as Alexander Bradley — were recorded on tape during their time in the club. He spent just 10 minutes inside, downing two drinks before exiting, the documents state.

The victims did not exit the club until after 2 a.m., and at 2:32 a.m. Boston police responded to a report of six shots fired.

Witnesses told police that an SUV resembling the one driven that night by Hernandez pulled up next to the vehicle driven by the victims and one of the occupants opened fire.

No video depicting the actual shooting has been recovered by police, and until Lloyd was killed in North Attleborough in June 2013, the South End double murder trail had gone cold.

But, just days after Hernandez was formally implicated in the Lloyd murder investigation, a tipster called police to tell them that he believed Lloyd’s killing was tied to the South End shootings.

The tipster, who was later identified as a security supervisor at Rumor Nightclub — where Lloyd and Hernandez had partied two nights before Lloyd’s killing — said that the Lloyd killing was linked to the South End killing. Asked how he knew that, he told police: “Someone accidentally spilled the beans in front of me.”

Investigators have filed a search warrant to obtain jailhouse phone calls made by Bradley, who has been imprisoned after he skipped out on a grand jury subpoena, in which he allegedly discusses the details of the double murder.

Law enforcement officials have consistently refused to discuss whether Hernandez and Bradley are being investigated for the murders, but the Globe has previously reported that both are the subject of the current investigation.

The Globe has previously reported that Bradley is believed to have been in the car with Hernandez on the night of the double killing. Citing law enforcement sources, the Globe has also previously reported that investigators believe Lloyd may have had information about the South End shooting, and that may have been the motive for his slaying.

What was considered a cold case, the South End shooting investigation has become much more active since Hernandez’s implication in Lloyd’s death.

Police recovered the SUV believed to be driven in the double murder from a Bristol, Conn., home of Hernandez’s uncle.

Sources: ABC News, AP,, ESPN, TMZ, WGHB, Youtube

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