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In a developing story an unnamed Patriots official has confirmed that the club is considering disciplinary action against Aaro Hernandez. It seems that AH may have taken a Patriots playbook off the premisis from the team's training facilty. The "how to destroy evidence" manual is considered highly valuable property by the Patriots and its loss is viewed very seriously by the Pats brass. "As a practical matter we are a little disappointed in the clumsey way in which Aaron destroyed his cell phone and home security system" added the source. "Aaron knows better than that. Using a hammer to trash a cell phone when at least two microwave ovens were available to him is not really a good example of the Patriots way"
"It takes years in some cases to develop this kind of knowledge" confided the source, "and I am sure that you can understand that the HTDE playbook is right at the top of the list of things which we would prefer to not have out there". No word at this time about what punishment AH is likely to receice in this case but everything is believed to still be on the table at this point.
Can you say hit squad?
http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/25/us/mas...html?hpt=hp_t2(CNN) -- On a day when investigators -- some wearing waders -- searched a wooded ravine as they continued their probe into the death of a man whose body was found less than a mile from the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, the man at the center of intense public attention stayed silent and out of sight.
But he got a haircut.
A man who identified himself as Hernandez's barber, Robby Olivares, showed up at the player's home Monday evening and told CNN he gave his famous client a haircut.
"Beautiful! He's feeling good, he has a beautiful wife, he's in good spirits," Olivares said said after spending time with Hernandez.
Nothing like the death of a guy you spent the night with - the boyfriend of your baby mama and supposedly a friend - to get one feeling good and beautiful and to put one in good spirits!
This guy's a total psychopath. Kills over the weekend and is floating on air by midweek.
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shu...urn=nfl-287763Peyton Manning thinks the Patriots may bug visitor's locker room
By Chris Chase
Spygate may be old news, but Peyton Manning still is worried about the New England Patriots' using nefarious methods of espionage to snoop on other teams.
According to Sports Illustrated's Peter King, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback thinks there may be listening devices placed in the visitor's locker room at Gillette Stadum:
I've always heard, reliably, that the Colts never trusted that they were totally alone in the Colts' locker room in Foxboro, and that when Manning had something of strategic significance to say to offensive coordinator Tom Moore, they both stepped outside into the concourse outside the locker room. So if you're outside the locker room Sunday, don't be surprised to see Manning and his first-year coordinator, Christensen, huddling for a few minutes.
This doesn't mean Peyton believes there are guys in a truck sitting outside the stadium, relaying every conversation had in his locker room to an encrypted phone that's only activated by Bill Belichick's fingerprint. But, if true, it does indicate that he at least believes there's a possibility of something like that going on.
What is this, "All The President's Men?" Does Peyton put a red flag in his flowerpot every time he wants to call an audible? Does he have late-night, parking lot meetings with Tony Dungy, who passes along information he gets from Rodney Harrison during "Football Night in America"? And, if so, who does that make Belichick in the Watergate comparison? I'm going with H.R. Haldeman. In this exercise, Tom Brady would clearly be Bob Woodward, not because Brady is going to expose the cover-up, but because both Woodward and Brady had such luxurious, flowing manes.
It is really a pity that Arlen Specter was taken from us too soon. Clearly this man of integrity was not intimidated by the jack-booted thugs up in Foxboro. He would have continued I am sure to press for a transparent resolution to these problems. Instead we are treated to pretty typical Patriots stonewalling and coverup activities
On vacation in Israel for the weeks so not entirely caught up. Have there been any other patriot players linked to other homicides yet?
I guess the Patriot fan authorities in North Attleboro have decided to clear a cold blooded murderer of any suspicion as long as he promises to catch passes for their beloved cheating douchebags
Did they hang him yet?
Can't the FBI intervene if they suspect gang violence? That might explain it. Lawyers, chime in!