Re: Hey Aaron--I'm on your side!
posted at 6/20/2013 9:27 PM EDT
In response to NedBraden's comment:
In response to MelWitt's comment:
Rental car becomes involved in a drug deal...renting a vehicle means if you get caught, they can't take your vehicle, that the rental agency looses the car, not you...that's why lots of dealers rent cars to pick up their drugs so they don't have their personal rides confiscated....
Who knows what happened...but the fact that the Boston police have most likely verified the "4 went to a Boston bar (backed up by a text from the victim to a friend) only three went back to AH's home" by visiting the Boston bar they were at and with the 4th guy found dead less than a mile from AH's home is more than a bit problematical......he's done...I can't see him getting out of this...sorry......he screwed the pooch, BIGTIME.......at a minimum, between this and the FLA incident where more details are emerging (and NOT on TMZ), the NFL will come down on him like a ton of bricks........
There has to be proof that Hernandez knowingly rented the car with the intent of it being used in a crime. If he rented it and then someone else was driving it and that person's DNA is in the van and not Hernadez's, there is no evidence he drove the van or shot the gun.
Also, what is this "4 arrived, 3 left" crap? What does that even mean?
I am pretty sure the person renting a car has to be 25 years old in most states, too. How old is Hernandez?
Is the car under his credit card, but was it picked up by someone else? Obviously, the security cameras can show who picked it up.
Regardless, something isn't adding up or he'd be arrested right now, bare minimum for accessory. In every state in this country, if you drive a car involved in a murder, it's as good as pulling the trigger.
You seem to enjoy being a jerk. 123 posts in a day makes sense only if you don't have any friends nor a life... mommy didn't treat newbie troll very well, did she.