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Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Texan_Bill, Jun 18, 2013.
I didn't see this posted:
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez questioned by police in homicide probe
The "uncooperative" part stood out to me too.
- See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinio...uestioned_in_man_s_death#sthash.uo8UDb0d.dpuf
Was watching the local news just now and they said a car rented in Hernandezs name was found abandoned near the body but he is still not a suspect.
I have a feeling if it was any of us we would already be the number 1 suspect but I will wait until more details come out until I get to pissed about celebs getting special treatment.
The path for Tebow to be the #1 TE in week 1 has now be shown. For it is he, who is good to his children.
Either conflicting or overriding information regarding the bolded portion:
I think he's getting himself "ruled back in" as a suspect, as an accomplice to whoever the guys are who were staying in his house & using his rental car that has gone missing. Or maybe to the girlfriend's sister.
Geez, this isn't getting any better...
Police probe if death linked to Aaron Hernandez is drug-related
Dead body linked to New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez
No - it's not. While this is a separate incident, if anything, it makes things appear worse.
Hernandez is beginning to look like a stone criminal...
Now, Aaron, if you're going to shoot somebody in the face, ya know ya gotta have a license for the gun.
I thought Gronk was the crazy one.
Not looking good for him at all.
I don't know if he was actually the one to pull the trigger, but I do think he had something to do with it.
That's what I was thinking, at least before that recent post.
Gronk is the fun-crazy one. It looks like Hernandez may be the crazy-crazy one.
Looking as bad as Rolando McClain...
JUP!! Gronk is just a meathead, no harm no foul.
Hernandez is coming across as: Pac-Man Jones meets Ray Lewis meets Sam Hurd...
Mark my words, it's the end of the Patriots' beloved dynasty in Brady and Belichick.
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