Wednesday, 10 July 2013

The Aaron Hernandez case is merely overwhelmingly circumstantial

If I was Aaron Hernandez, I wouldn't sweat.  The prosecution's case is strictly a circumstantial, nothing a sharp lawyer can't poke holes in.  With juries trained on years of watching "The X-Files" and "The Fugitive", how easy will it be to bafflegab a jury that it wasn't him, it was the one-armed man, anything is possible, there's a reasonable doubt, never mind the photos of him still chuckling over the corpse.

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