Sports Illustrated- A judge threw out evidence in the murder case of former New England Patriots tight endAaron Hernandez, saying authorities did not have probable cause to search Hernandez’s rented apartment, reports the Associated Press.
So all the hard evidence obtained that all but sealed Aaron Hernandez's fate were thrown out because of an improper search warrant? That seems excessive to not even count them a little bit. Sure, technically, by law they shouldn't be considered. But that's only because our justice system is fucked. Maybe don't use them as your total reasoning in declaring him guilty, but just know in the back of your mind that those bullets did actually exist.
This means the judge is on the payroll right? I see no other logical conclusion to her decision. Absolutely paid off. Maybe she's a Patriots fan? She knows regardless of the ruling he's not playing this season, right? I know the Patriots offense stinks, but letting a murderer off scot free isn't the answer.
Hey Ms. Lady Judge, there were "absolutely no facts" linking him to the crime? Without doing too much research I can say with certainty that I knew Aaron Hernandez was guilty about 6 seconds into the investigation. I'm pretty sure he was on camera in his own home waving the same gun that was used to kill Odin Lloyd minutes later. I'm pretty sure the first thing I said upon hearing the news was that Aaron Hernandez was the guiltiest person in the history of crime.
Let the cops apply for a legitimate warrant and go collect the remaining truckloads of evidence from the Hernandez household. Let's get this thing right. I'm all for a just trial, but I also don't want there to be any chance I spill a drink on Aaron in a club and end up with a bullet ridden torso. Sure, the chances of that happening are .0001%, but it is not a chance I am willing to take. My drinking hand gets a little wayward after one too many.
Some things are more important than proper legal process. One of those is protecting us from the inevitable loss of more human life. Let's be clear, Aaron Hernandez has enough skeletons in his closet to field an entire side of the ball in a post-mortem football game. A year in prison will have done nothing to temper that blood thirsty goon.
The 'evidence was obtained illegally' argument is pretty telling, no? It's like if you get caught cheating and the first thing you say is 'why were you going through my phone?'. You're immediate reaction should be to clear yourself of the accusation, not fault the accuser for finding out on deceitful grounds. That's the ultimate admission of guilt. We are talking about murder here. If the only defense is that the offense should have been flagged than we have to give the proper penalty…life in prison.
Annnnnd bonus meme…..