Bears player calls Hernandez 'my guy' at double-murder trial
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Mar 29, 2017,
Mar 29, 2017, 1:57
Chicago Bears wide receiver Deonte Thompson testified Monday about partying and visiting strip clubs with former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez in 2013.
The deleted text message is key for Hernandez's defense, which contends that Baez was the gunman who shot and killed de Abreu and Furtado during a bungled drug deal and not the former tight end. The state has announced that it will not call him to the stand, but Aaron Hernandez's fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, may testify.
Thompson's team, then the Baltimore Ravens, had just won the Super Bowl.
Je'rrelle Pierre, 27, told assistant Suffolk District Attorney Mark Lee he couldn't remember anything that occurred between when he met Hernandez on February 8, 2013, until February 14, 2013, the day after the prosecution's star witness, Alexander Bradley, was shot in the face at point-blank range in the back of a Range Rover one other witness says Pierre was driving.
Also testifying Tuesday was Je'rrelle Pierre, who was said to have been driving the vehicle when Hernandez allegedly shot Bradley.
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London said he knew Hernandez through hsi work and would see him frequently at clubs around Boston. Hernandez will testify on Tuesday, March 28.
Trial will resume Tuesday and the prosecution may call Hernandez's brother to the stand.
The former Patriots star is already sentenced to life without the possibility of parole when he was convicted almost two years ago in another murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.
Jonathan "D.J." Hernandez has been named a witness on the prosecution's list. It is unclear what First Assistant Suffolk District Attorney Patrick Haggan has in store for the elder Hernandez, a former college football star himself, but one legal expert told the Boston Herald he does not expect that bringing the suspect's brother in as a witness to backfire on the prosecution.