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I'm talking about a lawyer who gets him off for everything-the plural murders, the drugs, the whole shebang.

 

If that happens, as the process unfolds Hernandez will begin to be looked upon as a hero to some people, and the Patriots as an unfair organization for not taking him back.

 

when that happens I'll ride a frozen pig over hell's mountain tops...

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Aaron Hernandez: Second Family Member Killed Since His Arrest For Murder

Posted on Aug 4, 2013 @ 12:35PM | By Radar Staff
 
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Aaron Hernandez has bizarrely lost a second family member to a violent crash while he’s sitting behind bars, accused of murder.

 

Robert Valentine, 49, died in a moped crash on Saturday, according to the Bristol, CT police.  He is Aaron’s mother’s brother.

Cops say he struck a curb, was thrown from the moped and hit his head.  Valentine was not wearing a helmet.

 

On June 30, Aaron’s cousin’s husband, Thaddeus Singleton III, died in a high speed crash.  Cops say he was traveling at close to 100 mph when he went off the road and crashed into a building while driving a vehicle owned by another of Aaron’s uncles, Andres Valderrama.

PHOTOS: Inside The Aaron Hernandez Crime Scene

 

Investigators into the murder case against the former New England Patriot star — he was charged June 17 with the shooting death of Odin Lloyd and is being held without bail — had wanted to interview Singleton, who had his own lengthy criminal record.

 

Ernest Wallace, who has been charged as Aaron’s accomplice in the Lloyd murder, claimed he lived with Valderrama.

Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to the murder.

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/08/aaron-hernandez-second-relative-killed-since-his-arrest-for-murder/

Edited by kelticwizard

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So one of the guys with Hernandez at the murder lived with Hernandez' uncle Valderama.

 

And one of the guys the cops wanted to talk died in a crash in Valderama's vehicle.

 

The Irish Republican Army had a little routine when they found an informant.  They handcuffed him into a car seat in a car loaded with explosives, fixed the accelerator linkage to full speed, and pointed the car toward a target they wanted blown up.

 

Singleton was in a position to be an informant, and suddenly he crashed @ 100mph in Uncle Valderama's car.

 

Looks like Hernandez' buddies might be playing a variant on the IRA's game.

Edited by kelticwizard

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So one of the guys with Hernandez at the murder lived with Hernandez' uncle Valderama.

 

And one of the guys the cops wanted to talk died in a crash in Valderama's vehicle.

 

The Irish Republican Army had a little routine when they found an informant.  They handcuffed him into a car seat in a car loaded with explosives, fixed the accelerator linkage to full speed, and pointed the car toward a target they wanted blown up.

 

Singleton was in a position to be an informant, and suddenly he crashed @ 100mph in Uncle Valderama's car.

 

Looks like Hernandez' buddies might be playing a variant on the IRA's game.

IDK

 

These guys don't seem to be Irish

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The history of humankind is someone getting a good idea in one place, and slowly having it spread across the globe to different places, peoples and cultures the original inventor never knew existed.

 

So it was with the development of cooked food, the spear thrower, and possibly the practice of eliminating informants by means of speeding vehicle.

Edited by kelticwizard

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