Aaron Hernandez Double Murder Arraignment Reveals Shocking Allegations
Six weeks later, in late August 2012, Hernandez would sign a $40 million extension with the New England Patriots and talk about how the "Patriot Way" had changed him from the troublemaking, immature youngster drafted in the fourth round to a more mature Pro Bowl fixture in Foxboro.
As it turned out, the Patriots probably played the 2012 season with a murderer in their locker room. The Texans probably played against a murderer twice that season, including a Monday night game in December 2012 where Hernandez scored two touchdowns.
Clearly, whoever was in the SUV (again, believed to be Bradley) with Hernandez that July 2012 night is spilling barrels of beans to the authorities, as small facts like Hernandez's saying, "I think I got one in the head and one in the chest" as they drove away from the crime scene could only be known by someone who was in Hernandez's SUV.
And despite the fact that Hernandez will continue to be held without bail, a slew of bizarre deaths among Hernandez associates since June 2013, associates with likely direct knowledge of Hernandez's transgressions, would indicate nobody is totally safe from Hernandez's reach, even from behind bars.
Aaron Hernandez is due back in court June 24 for a scheduling hearing.