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Old 07-14-2013   #489
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Default Re: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to be Questioned

More questionable occurrences prior to the murder.

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Police: Aaron Hernandez put in system after break-in attempts
By Will Brinson | NFL Writer
July 13, 2013 10:30 am ET


Aaron Hernandez's in-home security system is a major focus in the investigation into the death of Odin Lloyd. Not only did Hernandez intentionally destroy the system before turning it over to police, but it's believed the system could contain footage critical to the case.

Why did Hernandez have such a complicated security system? According to a police report obtained by the Boston Herald, it was for personal protection -- Hernandez's, fiancee Shayanna Jenkins, told police that "there had been several recent break-in attempts at their residence."

"Shayanna Jenkins further stated that this video surveillance system would allow for the viewing of both the front of their residence as well as the street," the police report reads. "Shayanna Jenkins went on to say that the video surveillance system records and plays the video on their home entertainment system."

There's no telling why Hernandez was, according to his fiancee, the target of multiple break-ins at his house. And it's perhaps telling that he didn't involve the local authorities in the matter of these attempted break-ins (or likely didn't -- surely the police would've known about the alleged break-ins before Jenkins told them if Hernandez had called the cops).

It's even more telling that, according to the police report, Hernandez had a security system expert visit his house in May and show him how to cut off portions of the security system to avoid being recorded.

"He showed Hernandez how to disconnect specific cameras from the recording device," a police report says according to the Herald. "[He] went on to say that he clearly labeled the connections so that Aaron Hernandez could more easily disconnect cameras at locations within his home where and when he wanted to avoid surveillance recordings."

Like almost all the evidence that we've seen in this case, the alleged facts surrounding this police report only present a pile of circumstantial information. But having a series of unreported (?) break-ins that causes you to install a high-powered security system that you get a tutorial on how to shut off at certain times and places ... none of that in and of itself is that damning.
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