On Wednesday afternoon former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd along with numerous gun charges. Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Bill McCauley laid out a detailed timeline of the events that took place around the murder of Lloyd.
The former tight end’s attorney Michael Fee asked the judge to disregard his client’s celebrity status as he asked for his client to be released on bail, but the judge ordered Hernandez held without bail. If convicted, Hernandez could get life in prison without parole.
Gresh and Zolak discuss all of the new developments in the Aaron Hernandez case, including yesterday’s first-degree murder charge, as well as new speculation that Hernandez was connected to a double murder in Boston last July.