Despite seeming nearly impossible, it continues to get worse for Aaron Hernandez. News broke this morning that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was a possible suspect in a double-murder that took place back in 2012 in Boston, and it looks like police have captured evidence that will link Hernandez to those crimes.
According to CNN, the Boston Police Department found the silver SUV with Rhode Island tags that they were searching for since the crime was committed nearly a year ago.
The bad news for Hernandez is that this vehicle may link him to the shootings. Hernandez is believed to have been renting out the SUV at the time the murders took place. This is much like the Odin Lloyd case where a vehicle Hernandez rented was used to commit the crime.
Kiss life as a free man goodbye.
Hernandez was denied bail todayand he could face life in prison because of the first-degree murder charge. If you tack on the potential charges that would stem from a double-murder, Hernandez is just facing the beginning of his legal issues.
It is troubling that this wild string of violent crimes happened just one month before he inked his big money deal with the Patriots, but it is even worse to think there could be more.
Let’s just hope that Hernandez, who is still innocent at this time, does not get connected to any additional murders.