Aaron Hernandez Acquittal

I’m going to start this post by defining the word jury. The word, jury is defined as, a body of people (typically twelve in number) sworn to give a verdict in a legal case on the basis of evidence submitted to them in court. Today, former New England Patriots tight-end Aaron Hernandez was acquitted on a double murder charge. Hernandez’s lawyers said it was Alexander Bradley (Hernandez’s friend), an admitted drug dealer, who shot the men over a drug deal. The defense hammered at Bradley’s credibility, citing his immunity deal with prosecutors to testify against Hernandez, his role as the driver of the car the night of the shootings and his criminal record.  Alexander Bradley is currently serving a five-year sentence for opening fire in a Hartford, CT night club. Hernandez remains in jail for a separate murder charge for murdering his fiancee’s, sister’s boyfriend.


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