Have the cops found the murder weapon?
Have they searched the Razor?
"You can do it, my young accomplice. Good luck, shoot straight and trust your arm!"
"Did Mr. Hernandez had any knowledge of snooping and blocking other teams offensive and defensive signals, taping of Rams practice and wiring of visting locker room?" We will see, what he will answer under oath....
— June 17: The body of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd is found in an industrial park a mile from Hernandez's home.
— June 20: A news helicopter follows along as Hernandez drives from his home to the Patriots stadium. State police search brush with metal detectors and poles on a road leading to the entrance to Hernandez's subdivision.
WHERE IS THE MURDER WEAPON?
I think it's in the RAZOR.
What? A team passed on AH and Gronk? Say it isn't so.
It really says something when a team like the bengals, who harbor felons, pass on a guy because of his character.
Last edited by bcess; 07-01-2013 at 09:24 PM.
actually all 32 teams passed on the Murderer three full times through the draft. Apparently only one team after that was unconcerned about drafting a murderer, harboring and enabling him for three four seasons and even rewarding him with 41 million in gun and ammo purchasing money
THE PATRIOT WAY
Also, I LOVE how Pasts* marys want to try to say Killa-81 was immediately turned away from the facility by Kfart/Staff...
When IN REALITY, he was there for nearly 40 minutes, BEFORE he was "kicked out"
Kicked out my ass... That's just some more BS the media feeds these clowns. Just more damage control.
What did AH and Kfart/Bellichoke talk about for 30 minutes I wonder???
As for the bolded portion of your post, not sure WTF you are talking about? First of all, you don't have a clue which firm employs me. I am not on JI as a representative of my firm or any of the firm's clients. Not to mention that my posts are not on a firm issued computer. Finally, by no means am I violating my morals clause in my employment contract. If you think Patsfags.com is an issue, you should hear the conversation in the locker room of the gym with very senior Partners.
But who cares. Again, this is not about me/my firm. I am here to talk about the Jets and football. If you don't like what I have to say, here's a simple solution -- "put me on ignore." Otherwise, go post on Patsfags.com where you will not have to read my posts.
How sick that PATS* fans still love this mass murderer:
The Patriots announced last week that they would offer anyone with a Hernandez jersey an exchange for a free jersey of comparable value that doesn’t have the tight end’s name on it. The exchange will be held July 7-8 and will be accessible at the Patriots Pro Shop.
"We know that children love wearing their Patriots jerseys but may not understand why parents don't want them wearing their Hernandez jerseys anymore," Patriots spokesman Stacey James said in a statement, according to ESPNBoston.com. "We hope this opportunity to exchange those jerseys at the Patriots Pro Shop for another player's jersey will be well received by parents."
In the hours after the exchange program was announced, however, a precarious trend began taking form online. Authentic Aaron Hernandez Patriots jerseys, usually sold in the $100-120 range, were seeing more and more bids on eBay. Instead of being sold at reduced prices, online buyers were gobbling up the jerseys for nearly double their usual cost.
Jeremy Foley has some explaining to do.
The Florida Athletic Director recently took issue with the emerging reports of former Gator tight end Aaron Hernandez’s conduct while in Gainesville. And now a new report has emerged.
According to the Wall Street Journal (yes, the Wall Street Journal), Hernandez was involved in an incident only months after arriving at school, before ever playing for the Gators. A police report obtained Monday by the Journal reveals that Hernandez, who was only 17 at the time, ordered two “alcoholic drinks” at a restaurant known as The Swamp. Hernandez later claimed he hadn’t ordered the drinks.
A “verbal altercation” ensued, and Hernandez eventually was asked to leave. An employee, Michael Taphorn, escorted Hernandez out of the building. Once outside, Hernandez claimed that Taphorn “got in his face.” So, obviously, Hernandez slugged him. Taphorn suffered a ruptured eardrum.
Hernandez wasn’t arrested. Because he was underage, he most likely would have been prosecuted as a juvenile.