Breaking: Photos Of Aaron Hernandez Holding A Gun The Night Of The Murder Finally Surface

Breaking: Photos Of Aaron Hernandez Holding A Gun The Night Of The Murder Finally Surface
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In what has to be the final blow to former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s defense on the murder charge of Odin Lloyd, shocking images of the 23 year old wielding a gun on the night of the homicide have emerged.

A slew of documents (104 pages to be exact) were released by prosecutors today. While no information is quite breaking news, photo stills of Hernandez show him walking around his house while holding a gun. Home surveillance captured Hernandez presumably after the murder took place.

The images themselves are of very poor quality as these initial pictures are just photocopies. According to Business Insider, the object inside of Aaron’s hand is indeed a handgun. Check out more of the incriminating evidence below.

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