After Monday’s ruling by Bristol County District Judge Daniel O’Shea to make public many documents in the murder case of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, reporters and legal experts have begun to sift through the potential evidence taken from Hernandez’s home. Here is a sampling, courtesy the Boston Globe and Fox 25:
When investigators first told Hernandez they were ‘conducting a death investigation,’ he slammed the door and then locked it, becoming ‘argumentative’ with police when they first questioned him.
Police say the cell phone found on the body of Odin Lloyd contained a text from Hernandez received on the morning of his death that read, ‘We still on’.
Hernandez also allegedly did not ask who had died.’Mr. Hernandez’s demeanor did not indicate any concern for the death of any person.”
When police first began looking for Hernandez, they questioned Patriots special team assistant coach Joe Judge, who happens to be one of Hernandez’s neighbors.
Police went to Gillette Stadium to search Hernandez’s locker, but this happened after he had been cut and the locker’s possessions already had been removed. The team turned over the contents of the locker to police.
The attorneys representing Hernandez did not appeal the release of documents.
According to police, Lloyd slept at Hernandez’s house two nights before he died.
A witness at the Rumor nightclub in Boston said Hernandez was present at the club two days before Odin’s death with a handgun in his waistband.
Police found multiple firearms on Hernandez’s property.
According to NY Daily News writes that when Lloyd was found, he had $64.75 in cash in his possession.