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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe



    Quote Originally Posted by JAB1985 View Post
    Searching his house if the guy has been known to stay there would mean hes not a suspect but the house warranted investigation.

    Does eerily sound familiar to the Ray Lewis situation. Bad for Hernandez but maybe some humble pie for Pats fans egos.
    At this point in the investigation Hernandez is a big time person of interest/subject of investigation ("suspect" is a somewhat antiquated term anymore) if only because the car was rented in his name and paid for with his money, and the victim's body was found a mile from the house. That alone is enough to require an interview with some probing questions.

    From the sound of it Hernandez has people coming and going from his place all the time so I'd be willing to bet you that at a minimum, he's guilty of accessory after the fact. He probably refused the interview because of that, and if the subject refuses an interview and there are too many open threads, like there are here, the first thing I'd do would be to get a SW for the house.

    So generally I agree with you, but it should be noted that a judge would be a little more hesitant to sign a SW for someone's home if the owner or a resident of the home couldn't be directly connected to the crime in some way. There's no fire yet but there's a good bit of smoke that Hernandez is in some trouble.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Being uncooperative with the 5-0 is not a good thing.
    Well, if he's guilty of AAF or something worse, which I'm suspecting, it's no surprise he doesn't want to talk to LE. He was probably asked to do a standard interview and refused or didn't show, knowing that he probably couldn't help himself. At that time the full court press comes on, and there's a decent chance LE "leaked" that he was "being uncooperative." Just puts a little bit of extra pressure on him and has no downside for the good guys.




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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe

    I missed that uncooperative part. Thats not good. If youre innocent you typically have nothing to hide and therefore no reason not to cooperate. that said, he could still be under the impression that whoever did do it, is his friend worth protecting and/or the age old "fear of my career" reasoning, which will get you labeled a murder for years despite being innocent.
    -JAB




  3. #18

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    As far as being "uncooperative". I wouldn't read too much into it. As long as he wasn't belligerent to the officers there is no issue. He's probably doing the right thing and exactly what his agent/lawyers told him to do. Not that I agree with it, but once police are involved you don't say a single word regardless of if you are innocent or guilty. Even the police will tell you that off the record.

    As far as the Pats and Hernandez go... fuck 'em all. I hate them... I hope he did do it and gets locked up leaving the Pats high and dry at the TE position. I'd be glad to see that shit served up to those assholes in Boston and their franchise further stained. Yes, I'm being classless, but we've had to put up with the Ray Lewis bashing for years.... Let some other fan base take that for a while.
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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe

    Wicked-
    All I know is what I've read at HR's link and this thread, but the lowest common denominator always seems to rear his/her/its ugly head when this kind of stuff is reported. The first comment at the story link is from some asshole who says --
    "Sweet. Gronks hurt and Hernandez is a murderer."

    Kinda makes ya think twice if you ever have a court case and your options are a judge or a jury. (implication being that you pray the judge is impartial and not prejudiced)




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    And it only took 9 posts in 4 minutes for a commentor to bring up Ray.




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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe

    Quote Originally Posted by RedSkins Fury View Post
    As far as being "uncooperative". I wouldn't read too much into it. As long as he wasn't belligerent to the officers there is no issue. He's probably doing the right thing and exactly what his agent/lawyers told him to do. Not that I agree with it, but once police are involved you don't say a single word regardless of if you are innocent or guilty. Even the police will tell you that off the record.

    As far as the Pats and Hernandez go... fuck 'em all. I hate them... I hope he did do it and gets locked up leaving the Pats high and dry at the TE position. I'd be glad to see that shit served up to those assholes in Boston and their franchise further stained. Yes, I'm being classless, but we've had to put up with the Ray Lewis bashing for years.... Let some other fan base take that for a while.
    I agree, but you know...you can lawyer up and still be cooperative with law enforcement.
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    I'm not going to read too much into a few folks saying he was uncooperative.

    To some, demanding a search warrant is deemed uncooperative. To me, that's simply being smart.
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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'm not going to read too much into a few folks saying he was uncooperative.

    To some, demanding a search warrant is deemed uncooperative. To me, that's simply being smart.
    Very good point.

    Even refusing to answer questions without legal council present could be construed as non-compliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSkins Fury View Post
    As far as being "uncooperative". I wouldn't read too much into it. As long as he wasn't belligerent to the officers there is no issue. He's probably doing the right thing and exactly what his agent/lawyers told him to do. Not that I agree with it, but once police are involved you don't say a single word regardless of if you are innocent or guilty. Even the police will tell you that off the record.
    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'm not going to read too much into a few folks saying he was uncooperative.

    To some, demanding a search warrant is deemed uncooperative. To me, that's simply being smart.
    good points. im sure his lawyer was involved early. interesting to see what comes of this.
    -JAB




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    If Ray stabbed those two dudes in Atlanta, then Hernandez shot this guy in Attleboro, MA. Hey, I can rush to judgment, too, right, Boston fans?




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    The guys on SXMNFL Radio this morning said that "numerous" teams stayed away from Hernandenz in the draft because of his open ties to gangs.

    Food for though, take it for what its worth, insert another cliche here.
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    But wait...there's more?


    http://www.tmz.com/2013/06/19/aaron-...mi-strip-club/


    Not saying I believe it or anything...but hey, it's the off-season!
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    Re: Report: Pats TE Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Murder Probe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    That "report" is so slanted and unprofessional I can't believe it was published. First it draws a ludicrous connection between Hernandez's tattoos and Mexican gangs, then there's the scare quotes around the meaningless phrase "lawyering up", and finally it makes the totally unsupportable claim that Hernandez is "at minimum" an accessory to murder.

    Utter garbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    That "report" is so slanted and unprofessional I can't believe it was published. First it draws a ludicrous connection between Hernandez's tattoos and Mexican gangs, then there's the scare quotes around the meaningless phrase "lawyering up", and finally it makes the totally unsupportable claim that Hernandez is "at minimum" an accessory to murder.

    Utter garbage.
    Really? I didn't read it, but it's funny because Hernandez is Puerto Rican




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