Originally Posted by do work son
but destroying the evidence IS a crime
if they pin him for destroying evidence, or link him to one of these friends of his doing it, be ready for him to get charged with conspiracy as well
him and 2 others are being arrested today. let's see who dimes who out
But will these charges lead to murder charges? I feel like a broken security system, a cleaning crew, smashed cell phone etc is all circumstantial evidence . Until they find the murder weapon with some matching shell casings, what do they really have?
Of course, if some eye witness testimony came out, I think that is good enough to convict in Massachusetts . I say in Massachusetts because i sAw an episode of the First 48 where two young dudes (14-15) popped a dude during a robbery in Florida. They rolled up on bicycles and everything . One of the young boys admitted him and his accomplice committed the crime, but it wAs his accomplice who had pulled the trigger. When investigators brought forth this testimony to the shooter, the shooter hit them with the "Nahhh, wasnt me. I dont even know thAt kid." The shooter walked and the dude who spilled the beans was convicted because eyewitness testimony is not enough to convict in Florida . Its wild how these things vary from state to state .
At the end of the day theres probably going to be some type of forensice evidence that will do Aaron in.
Its just hard for me to wrap my head around this ****. Seems surreal
Did a member of the Patriots really murder a dude and leave the body a mile away from his crib ? Seems so impossibly stupid