The court documents involved in all of the Aaron Hernandez proceedings are slowly making their way out into the public domain-
The new release is a 104-page warrant goes into a few different events...
One was the morning of the first visit to the Hernandez home where North Attleboro, Massachusetts police describe the ex-Pat as "argumentative" and asking, "What's with all the questions?" The police also say he "slammed" the door when police told him they were conducting a death investigation.
Hernandez's fiance, Shayanna Jenkins, said the couple bought the surveillance system because of "several recent break-ins at their residence." This was before Hernandez told Jenkins to cease cooperating with local police in their investigation.
The 104 pages were fairly well redacted...
The warrant also says investigators claim that a shell casing found at the crime seen and one found inside a car rented under Hernandez's name were fired from the same gun.
There are also Xeroxes of photos from the surveillance video taken from the Hernandez home system (seen right, thanks MyFoxBoston)- some that identify him holding a weapon of some sort. Prosecutors believe that the weapon in one of the pictures is a .45- the same type of gun that killed Odin Lloyd.
Ted Daniel looks at the newly released batch of documents...
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