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Video Shows Hernandez, Double-Homicide Victims At Boston Club

Video Shows Hernandez, Double-Homicide Victims At Boston Club

(Hartford, CT) — There is new video evidence possibly linking jailed former NFL player Aaron Hernandez to two victims of a July 2012 homicide. The “Hartford Courant” reports police have obtained surveillance footage that shows the former New England Patriots tight end at a Boston night club at the same time as two men who were shot and killed just hours later. The two men were gunned down in their car.

Police were seeking information about a gray SUV with Rhode Island plates connected to that case. A Toyota 4Runner with Rhode Island plates was found this June during a search of a Bristol home owned by Hernandez’s uncle. Hernandez is currently behind bars, charged with the murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.

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