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Old 06-21-2013   #96
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Default Re: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to be Questioned

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Originally Posted by Hervoyel View Post
The case against the killers was incomplete due to a lack of evidence (like stuff being thrown away and never recovered.... Hello? Anyone home?)

One of them, "Ray Lewis" pled to a lesser charge and wasn't even tried for the killing. You are certain that because the other guys walked that missing evidence would not have made any difference and that's just speculation. I think you have this all turned around backwards. Clothes with incriminating blood on them were discarded. Fingerprints were wiped off of a knife at the scene.

If evidence wasn't destroyed those men probably go to prison (admittedly speculation on my part) and Ray-Ray probably joins them (ditto speculation). Nobody can know what a jury will do regardless of what they're given. That's true. At the same time you can't look at what they did without certain evidence and assume they would do the same thing if they had it.

What would Ray's cloths have done for the other two who were acquitted?
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