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Old 11-30-2013   #602
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Default Re: Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to be Questioned

Aaron Hernandez takes Fifth Amendment in civil suit

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The lawsuit, filed in June, alleges that Hernandez shot his friend Alexander Bradley, 31, after the two socialized at a Miami strip club in February.

“Defendant asserts his rights under the Fifth Amendment and, therefore, declines to respond to the allegations,” the filing states 13 times in response to specific allegations contained in Bradley’s civil complaint.

According to a Florida police report, employees of a John tractor store discovered Bradley on Feb. 13 on the ground in the fetal position, bleeding from the head with his eyes swollen shut.

Questioned immediately after the shooting, Bradley told police he did not know who had shot him and refused to help them find his attacker, prompting them to close the investigation.

Four months later, Bradley named Hernandez as the shooter in the lawsuit, which states that he and Hernandez visited Tootsie’s Caberet and got into an argument while inside. While driving later toward Palm Beach, Hernandez pointed a gun at Bradley and fired — either intentionally or through extreme negligence, the lawsuit alleges. Bradley lost his right eye from the gunshot and underwent multiple surgeries...
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