Bill Belichick may not like to talk. He loves to text. LOL!
The prosecution in the Aaron Hernandez murder case–The case involving one dead friend and not two dead strangers–possesses 33 pages worth of texts between the former Patriots tight end and the tight-lipped, loose-thumbed New England coach. The War and Peace-worth of text messages start in February 2013, the month Hernandez allegedly shot friend Alexander Bradley–the guy who lived after being left to die–and end in May 2013, shortly before the last player to catch a Tom Brady Super Bowl touchdown pass allegedly executed Odin Lloyd. The texts may provide insight into why the Pop Warner Inspiration to Youth Award recipient morphed into a fledgling serial killer. =(
Jenny Wilson of the Hartford Courant reports that detectives have interviewed more than 100 people in compiling their case. Belichick and Patriots owner Bob Kraft are among the notable interviewees. OMG!
On Monday, Massachusetts Superior Court Judge E. Susan Garsh refused defense motions to exclude evidence collected from Hernandez’s home surveillance system, cell phone, and various electronic gizmos in Hernandez’s house, including a hard drive containing video of Hernandez carrying a gun. ur sol.