Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Kraft And Belichick Interviewed In Lloyd Probe, Singleton Pleads Guilty

((HT: MyFoxBoston))

Aaron Hernandez's legal team made a motion to suppress evidence that they say was seized without a valid search warrant, but the judge in the case denied the motion earlier this week.

Photos and surveillance video from inside Hernandez’s home were part of the evidence list released by the prosecution and the material, apparently, shows him with a gun just hours after Odin Lloyd’s murder in 2013.

Text messages between Hernandez and Patriots coach Bill Belichick were also part of the evidence.
Belichick gave investigators a written statement after Hernandez’s arrest as did Pats owner Robert Kraft.

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In another development, Hernandez's cousin Tanya Singleton pleaded guilty to a criminal contempt charge. Prosecutors had apparently granted her immunity and Singleton refused to testify before the Hernandez grand jury.

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