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Aaron Hernandez Case: Gun found near Odin Lloyd’s body


New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is involved in some deep stuff, as he is a potential suspect in a murder investigation and was recently sued for shooting a man in a face at a strip club in Miami. Odin Lloyd, a young semi-pro football player in Boston, was murdered in North Attleboro, and there is a chance that Aaron Hernandez may have had something to do with it. That’s mostly conjecture at this point, but there are bits linking Hernandez. For instance, Lloyd dated his girlfriend’s sister, and a rental car involved in the crime was rented in Hernandez’s name.

According to CBS Boston, state troopers found a gun this afternoon in North Attleboro close to where they found Lloyd’s body. An earlier report stated that there could be evidence revealed later on that would link Aaron Hernandez to Odin Lloyd, and it will be interesting to see if this gun ends up being that bit of evidence. Hernandez is still innocent until proven guilty with nothing concrete to link him to the crime, but the recent TMZ report coupled will the recent news obviously does not look good on the Patriots tight end.

Aaron Hernandez was reportedly seen in Lloyd’s neighborhood, and more details keep on coming. But the investigation is definitely ongoing and very active, so it is important to wait for all the facts that will keep coming and not jump to any big conclusions regarding Hernandez.




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  • Jennifer Shannon

    I just want them to figure this all out so the helicopters stop surrounding my neighborhood

    • http://www.musketfire.com/ Joe Soriano

      Woah, that’s crazy.

  • http://sbpra.com/paulvsuffriti Paul V. Suffriti

    Colonel Mustard with the gun in the conservatory…..leave Hernandez alone.

  • Johnny

    Hernandez is involved!! If he didn’t pull the trigger, he can still be charged with murder.. Maybe 2nd degree and obviously obstruction of a police investigation.. But he has money and a great lawyer team… OJ got away with murder and wouldn’t be surprised if Hernandez get away with it… Instead is 25 to life, he’ll get probation… Meanwhile, people without money will get life… Hate the system…