A US football star had been convicted

A US football star had been convicted

Hernandez had been accused of the first-level killing and sentenced to life imprisonment by Massachusstes jury. The fatal event took place at the industrial park near Aaron’s house and resulted in the death of a 27-year-old Odin Lloyd.

Aaron Hernandez, the ex-player of the US football team had been convicted because of a hard murder.

Hernandez had been accused of the first-level killing and sentenced to life imprisonment by Massachusstes jury. The fatal event took place at the industrial park near Aaron’s house and resulted in the death of a 27-year-old Odin Lloyd.

Odin Lloyd

Odin Lloyd

 

According to the evidence, Hernandez committed this crime with two of his comrades – Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz that are awaiting to stand before trial at the moment. Accusers proposed that Lloyd could have been killed because of his knowing of the drive-by shooting accident details that occurred in Boston in 2012, and Hernandez may have been somehow connected with that event. But the judge didn’t allow the prosecutors to tell these facts to the jury because it was speculation and the prosecutors didn’t offer any other motive rather than the one saying that Hernandez argued with Lloyd in the local nightclub several days before the murder. They also accused him of planning the murder and pulling the trigger according to the video from the surveillance cameras located in Hernandez’s home.

25-year-old Aaron Hernandez once was the rising star of the US football. He started his short career in the New England Patriots team in 2010, but was released in 2013 after his primary arrest. In 2014 Hernandez was accused of the double killing of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado bu then he wasn’t proven guilty. Once he had a bright promising career and the contract worth 40 million dollars.

Below is provided an excerpt from the court-meeting when jury reaches a “Guilty” verdict to Aaron Hernandez.

 

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