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Billy Spikes


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

His defensive team should just claim "innocent because no criminal can be this dumb."
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Mancunian Raven wrote:
^ So we've finally found a level to which even Aaron Hernandez's stupidity doesn't fall. He didn't keep guns or ammunition in his locker at the Patriots' facility.

Honestly, given his apparent lack of anything approaching intelligence so far in this case, I'm actually a little impressed that he had enough smarts to not stash guns and drugs at work.


Even Aaron Hernandez is smarter than Gilbert Arenas, it appears.
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^ So we've finally found a level to which even Aaron Hernandez's stupidity doesn't fall. He didn't keep guns or ammunition in his locker at the Patriots' facility.

Honestly, given his apparent lack of anything approaching intelligence so far in this case, I'm actually a little impressed that he had enough smarts to not stash guns and drugs at work.

Though going off those text messages, his standard of written English is less than impressive.


What are the odds that on the day he ran off to Gillette Stadium with all the helicopters and reporters chasing him, that he went there to get something from his locker? he wasn't there for long, only about 15 minutes before he was told by the team to leave, just enough time to get it. Don't forget it took awhile for the police to get those search warrants going.
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Billy Spikes wrote:
Mancunian Raven wrote:
^ So we've finally found a level to which even Aaron Hernandez's stupidity doesn't fall. He didn't keep guns or ammunition in his locker at the Patriots' facility.

Honestly, given his apparent lack of anything approaching intelligence so far in this case, I'm actually a little impressed that he had enough smarts to not stash guns and drugs at work.

Though going off those text messages, his standard of written English is less than impressive.


What are the odds that on the day he ran off the Gillette Stadium with all the helicopters and reporters chasing him, that he went there to get something from his locker? he wasn't there for long, only about 15 minutes before he was told by the team to leave, just enough time to get it. Don't forget it took awhile for the police to get those search warrants going.


He picked up his blood slides that's in a wooden box. Had to get that before the Feds could.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Billy Spikes wrote:
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AH Court Docs: Cell phone found on Odin Lloyd's body. Text from AH phone morning of murder "We still on" #fox25


http://twitter.com/TedDanielFOX25/statuses/354666949797621762

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Details from #Hernandez search warrants (150+ pages) trickling in. Police took 2 cell phones, 3 iPads, video camera & hard drive from home.


http://twitter.com/WesleyLowery/statuses/354665061823942658

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"When officers told #Hernandez they were conducting a death investigation, Hernandez slammed the door and locked it behind him."


http://twitter.com/WesleyLowery/statuses/354665618722652163



The constant use of [sic] on the text transcripts is hilarious to me for some reason.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It looks like the defense is gonna be that the 3 in the rental car left Lloyd alive with a secret drug dealer in the park, and that the shell casing was planted by a crooked cop. All witnesses are either lying or mistaken. It shouldn't be too hard to pull off, especially if the DA pulls the jury from the ghetto.
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Persian Bolt wrote:
Billy Spikes wrote:
Mancunian Raven wrote:
^ So we've finally found a level to which even Aaron Hernandez's stupidity doesn't fall. He didn't keep guns or ammunition in his locker at the Patriots' facility.

Honestly, given his apparent lack of anything approaching intelligence so far in this case, I'm actually a little impressed that he had enough smarts to not stash guns and drugs at work.

Though going off those text messages, his standard of written English is less than impressive.


What are the odds that on the day he ran off the Gillette Stadium with all the helicopters and reporters chasing him, that he went there to get something from his locker? he wasn't there for long, only about 15 minutes before he was told by the team to leave, just enough time to get it. Don't forget it took awhile for the police to get those search warrants going.


He picked up his blood slides that's in a wooden box. Had to get that before the Feds could.


Or his sister could.
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It's interesting too that Hernandez referred the police to his attorney before the police informed him they were investigating a death.


http://twitter.com/AlbertBreer/statuses/354692772848078849


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2013 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

meh guilty or not, he had no reason to cooperate with the police
That's not indicative of anything.
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meh guilty or not, he had no reason to cooperate with the police
That's not indicative of anything.


If he is not guilty it looks better on his part to cooperate with police investigating the murder of his "friend"
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@ProFootballTalk: Affidavit claims Wallace told Ortiz that Hernandez admitted firing the shots http://wp.me/p14QSB-9dbC
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@ProFootballTalk: Affidavit claims Wallace told Ortiz that Hernandez admitted firing the shots http://wp.me/p14QSB-9dbC


It's over.
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@ProFootballTalk: Affidavit claims Wallace told Ortiz that Hernandez admitted firing the shots http://wp.me/p14QSB-9dbC

Checkmate.
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Billy Spikes wrote:
Mancunian Raven wrote:
^ So we've finally found a level to which even Aaron Hernandez's stupidity doesn't fall. He didn't keep guns or ammunition in his locker at the Patriots' facility.

Honestly, given his apparent lack of anything approaching intelligence so far in this case, I'm actually a little impressed that he had enough smarts to not stash guns and drugs at work.

Though going off those text messages, his standard of written English is less than impressive.


What are the odds that on the day he ran off the Gillette Stadium with all the helicopters and reporters chasing him, that he went there to get something from his locker? he wasn't there for long, only about 15 minutes before he was told by the team to leave, just enough time to get it. Don't forget it took awhile for the police to get those search warrants going.
I'm pretty sure that the team officials met him as soon as he went in and told him to leave. At least that's what I remember being reported.
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Dawgpoun8017 wrote:
WillysWonka wrote:
meh guilty or not, he had no reason to cooperate with the police
That's not indicative of anything.


If he is not guilty it looks better on his part to cooperate with police investigating the murder of his "friend"


While it isn't indicative of anything on its own, not a good way to prevent the police from honing in on you as THE person of interest. If you said that you would prefer to speak to your lawyer, etc. you could remain a person of interest. It's not evidence of wrong doing but you better believe it raises a serious flag inviting law enforcement to dig into you.

Not saying anything in this case would be different, but maybe they'd be looking at other angles as well instead of ramping up on you.
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