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    Anyone seen the story connecting Hernandez, Reggie Nelson, and the Pouncey twins to a 2007 shooting in Gainesville? This is when Hernandez would have been 17 years old and a freshman at FLA. He was identified as the shooter that wounded two men but his name was redacted from all the reports because he was a minor. Then the witness who ID'd Hernandez and Nelson changed his story. The Pouncey twins had no role in the shooting other than the report said the shooting was over one of them getting their necklace snatched by the shooting victims. It's no wonder he was so brazen. He's apparently been shooting people for years with no consequences. He had to feel like he was untouchable.
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    I've also seen mention of another incident where Hernandez, who was again 17 at the time and had yet to play a game for FLA, assaulted a bar employee and busted his ear drum over a disputed bill. The incident could have been worse, but Tim Tebow of all people, stepped in and paid the bill to diffuse the situation. Then the bar employee, who initially decided to press charges, suddenly changed his mind and stopped cooperating with the police. Anyone see a pattern here yet?

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    I've also seen mention of another incident where Hernandez, who was again 17 at the time and had yet to play a game for FLA, assaulted a bar employee and busted his ear drum over a disputed bill. The incident could have been worse, but Tim Tebow of all people, stepped in and paid the bill to diffuse the situation. Then the bar employee, who initially decided to press charges, suddenly changed his mind and stopped cooperating with the police. Anyone see a pattern here yet?
    If all this is true it is hard to imagine a 23 year old involved with all those killings. Generally it takes years to reach that kind of psychopathic behavior. i wonder if the cold case squad just wants a vacation.

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    From another site, had not seen the news yet but honestly I have not had much time to follow:


    They've got the ballistics report, and the casings at the scene match the bullet he dropped under the seat + the piece of blue Bubblicious gum that he's on camera buying at the convenience store + eyewitness testimony = fried Gator. Ron White said it about Texas, but we all know it's true about Florida, too..."If you kill someone, we'll kill you right back." Pleading not guilty is only prolonging the inevitable.
    Maybe they should bring back firing squads for execution-style murderers.

    http://es.redskins.com/topic/367686-...e-probe/page-9

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    Jim Rome calls him "Aaronthal". lmao

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    What a scum. I still say there is no way a lot of his teammates didn't know he was not a good person.

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    What a scum. I still say there is no way a lot of his teammates didn't know he was not a good person.
    But why would they really care? All you ask of a teammate is that they do their job, which he did pretty well for three years. Maybe some of them thought he was a bit sketchy, but it's a pretty big leap to think that a guy has the potential to kill.

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    It's not getting any better:

    http://tracking.si.com/2013/08/27/aa.../?sct=hp_t2_a2

    Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was a frequent user of angel dust and carried a gun with him at all times because he was paranoid, according to a story published on Rolling Stone‘s website.


    The full story will appear in the next issue of the magazine and it will detail Hernandez’s life from high school to now being a murder suspect.

    Among the revelations in the story:

    Hernandez hung around with a cohort of gangsters, and cut himself off from his family and teammates. He also so infuriated his head coach Bill Belichick with missed practices and thug-life stunts that he was one step away from being released.

    The story also claimed that his former college coach at the University of Florida, Urban Meyer, may have helped cover up failed drug tests, along with two violent incidents — an assault and a drive-by shootout outside a local bar.

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    Why does it seem the so many college coaches will throw good morals out the window when it comes to winning?

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    Why does it seem the so many college coaches will throw good morals out the window when it comes to winning?
    Let's start with their contract .............

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    Why does it seem the so many college coaches will throw good morals out the window when it comes to winning?
    BCS conference football is a win or go home business. You win, or they'll find someone else to pay $2million+ per year and win for them. Simple as that. Even Bobby Bowden got fired and all that guy did was set the career coaching wins record, win two national titles, and 12 conference titles. When a guy like that can get fired it's pretty easy to see where a coach could get his priorities mixed up.

    And before anyone jumps all over me, yes I know Bobby Bowden technically "retired" but we all know that's BS and that FSU was pressuring him to walk away so they could avoid using the F word in regards to him no longer being the coach.

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    http://gottlieb.radio.cbssports.com/...y-overcharged/


    Paul Solotaroff: ‘Aaron Hernandez Grossly Overcharged’
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    Aaron Hernandez will be back in the NFL in three or four years.

    Possibly.

    “I think (the case) is not only beatable, (but) I think he will be back in the NFL within three or four years,” Rolling Stones contributing editor Paul Solotaroff said on The Doug Gottlieb Show. “I think they’ve grossly overcharged him based on the case they’re building – no direct eye witness, no murder weapon (and) no plausible motive.”

    Rolling Stone this week released a story, written by Solotaroff, that traces Hernandez’s path from troubled youth to troubled college player to troubled pro – all the way to a troubled man facing murder charges in the death of Odin Lloyd.

    “His principle nemesis at this point is likely to be the five gun charges levied against him; I think they got him dead to right on most of those,” Solotaroff said. “But as crazy as it sounds, this is a guy with no priors. So asking a judge to sentence Hernandez to consecutive prison bids – rather than contemporary ones – is going to be a very hard sell for the prosecution. And if in fact he winds up doing three years behind (bars for) those gun charges – which would be a lot in this case – he’s 26, 27, with very low mileage on those legs of his and a lot of time to heal up. My sources tell me there will be more than one NFL team pursuing him hotly when he walks out of jail in four years.”

    Despite his athleticism and all of the promise and potential in the world, Hernandez had anything but an ideal upbringing. His mother, Terri, cheated on his father, Dennis, before his death following a routine surgery.

    “Terri makes Olivia Soprano look like Glinda the good witch,” Solotaroff said. “Here’s a woman that was so reckless and so selfish that she took up with a well-known crack dealer (and) spouse abuser – who, by the way, was married to her niece – and was having an affair with this charmer named Jeffrey Cummings before Dennis died of a really dreadful medical mishap during minor elective surgery (for a hernia operation).

    “He’s barely cold in the ground when this character, Jeffrey Cummings, has moved into the house that 16-year old Aaron shared with his mother.”

    Hernandez’s problems persisted at the University of Florida, where he reportedly failed repeated drug tests – and where Urban Meyer reportedly covered them up.

    “(Meyer) certainly knew that (Hernandez) had failed at least one – probably two – drug tests between the end of the ’07 season and the start of the ’08 season,” Solotaroff said. “Hernandez was suspended for game one.”

    The opponent?

    “Mighty Hawaii,” Solotaroff said sarcastically. “Meyer referred to that not as a drug suspension but as something much more (minor). He said, ‘Aaron isn’t ready to play.’”

    Hernandez’s problems continued in New England, where, as a rookie, he reportedly almost attacked Wes Welker when Welker refused to tell him how to work the video machine, essentially saying, “Figure it out, rookie.”

    “The problem is that there were never any consequences for Hernandez’s conduct,” Solotaroff said. “He did the one-game suspension against (a) nothing Hawaii team and clearly had done enough to merit at least a half-season suspension. Never got it. Never missed a snap after that one-game suspension.”

    Now, Hernandez could face jail time, which, if guilty, he should receive.

    Depending on how much time we’re talking about, however, Hernandez could be back in the NFL before you know it.
    Nuntius was right. I was wrong. Frank Vogel has retained his job.

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    "A player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player. Losing yourself in the group, for the good of the group, that’s teamwork."

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    Paul Solotaroff is an idiot. That is all.

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    Why does it seem the so many college coaches will throw good morals out the window when it comes to winning?

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    http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/stor...6pLid%3D431359

    For the first time since Aaron Hernandez was linked to an unsolved 2012 double slaying, police say they believe he might have been the shooter.
    According to the Boston Globe, citing an unsealed search warrant affidavit, police are asking to search the former New England Patriots tight end's SUV for gunshot residue and a duffle bag they believe contains the clothes Hernandez was wearing in the surveillance camera footage taken that night. Police believe the SUV has been left untouched in Hernandez's garage for more than a year, according to the documents obtained by the Globe.
    Aaron Hernandez (AP Photo)
    MORE: Police find gun connected to case | Hernandez calls himself a 'great dude'
    There is "probable cause to believe that Aaron Hernandez was operating the suspect vehicle used in the shooting deaths of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado, and might have been the shooter," investigators wrote per the Globe.
    Hernandez hasn't been charged in this case. He is in custody and charged with the June 2013 slaying of Odin L. Lloyd.
    The slayings in question occurred July 16, 2012.
    UPDATE

    Boston police have been investigating whether jailed former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez may have been the gunman in a 2012 double slaying, according to a search warrant request released Thursday.
    Hernandez, who is awaiting trial on murder charges in a 2013 shooting near his home, was seen on surveillance footage in the same nightclub as the victims on the night of the attack in Boston's South End, authorities have said. But newly released documents in Connecticut confirm for the first time that police suspect Hernandez could have carried out the shooting.
    No charges have been filed in the deaths of Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu and Safiro Teixeira Furtado, who were killed on July 16, 2012, when somebody inside an SUV opened fire on their car. A third person was shot but survived.
    A June 28 police affidavit and searched warrant application released by Superior Court in Bristol, Conn., says there is probable cause to believe that Hernandez was driving the vehicle used in the shooting and "may have been the shooter."
    The affidavit was filed as police sought to search an SUV they say was involved in the shooting and was found at Hernandez's uncle's home in Bristol, where Hernandez was raised. The SUV had been given to Hernandezby a Rhode Island company in exchange for participating in promotional activities, according to court filings.
    Authorities found the SUV while investigating the slaying of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional football player whose body was found June 17 near Hernandez's North Attleborough, Mass., home. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in that case.
    A lawyer for Hernandez did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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    It continues .....

    http://tracking.si.com/2014/02/25/aa...ail/?eref=sihp

    Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is currently in jail awaiting trial on first-degree murder and weapons charges, attacked an inmate at the Bristol County Jail in Massachusetts,

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