Aaron Hernandez admitted to a two-way police mirror that he shot Odin Lloyd, according to court documents obtained Tuesday by the Associated Press.
“That’s right, I shot him. Right in the face. Saw the last breath leave his body then we dumped him out back,” Hernandez bragged to a two-way mirror with four officers behind it taking notes. “Ain’t no one gonna find out, either. Who gonna snitch on me? Nobody.” “This is all between you and me, mirror,” Hernandez said grinning, according to documents.
The incident happened on June 26, the day Hernandez was arrested and formally charged with murder. Hernandez was brought in to Attleboro Court for arraignment and further questioning. While there, officers left Hernandez in a conference room alone to wait for his attorney. The officers, meanwhile, observed him through the two-way mirror.
Within minutes of officers leaving the room, Hernandez approached the mirror and began boasting about how cleanly he thought the murder played out.
“That dumpster down the street, behind the 7-11, where I tossed the gun?” Hernandez said, presumably to himself. “Perfect spot. Couldn’t have drawn it up better.”
Officers were astonished by how freely Hernandez gave up the information. Also, that he did not suspect that he was being monitored. Once Hernandez was done incriminating himself, officers entered the room to inform him what he had revealed to them. They also told him they had his confession on camera, which caused Hernandez to lunge for the camera in an attempt to destroy the footage, which he believed to be contained within the camera.
“We actually let him smash the camera,” an officer said. “We knew it would cost the department some money, but damn if it wasn’t hilarious.”
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“If this was a murder of a witness or someone who knew something about the earlier murder, then this case becomes potentially a death penalty case and a federal proceeding,” Furlong explained regarding the killing of Odin Lloyd, who reportedly may have known something about Hernandez’s involvement in the double murder. ”Remember, Massachusetts does not have the death penalty. The United States government does. . . . This case . . . went across state lines repeatedly between Florida, Connecticut and Massachusetts. It could go federal in a heartbeat."
It keeps getting worse...
"I like my women the way I like my scotch, 20 years old and mix up in coke."
Ignorance is those who disparage believers....12 They will come and shout for joy on the heights of Zion; they will rejoice in the bounty of the LORD—the grain, the new wine and the olive oil, the young of the flocks and herds. They will be like a well-watered garden, and they will sorrow no more.
13 Then young women will dance and be glad, young men and old as well. I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow.