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Hernandez’s lawyer speaks out against false reports of arrest warrant

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At a time when it appeared that Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s advisors had planned to concede the battle in the court of public opinion, his lawyer has broken a prior vow of silence.

Attorney Michael Fee has issued a statement attacking media reports indicating that a warrant has been issued for Hernandez’s arrest on obstruction of justice charges.  Via Wesley Lowery of the Boston Globe, Fee said that Hernandez has been “the subject of a relentless flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports in the media.”

Fee added that the supposedly false reports “include repeated publication of supposedly confirmed report an arrest warrant had been issued for Aaron, a report exposed as untrue.”

“None of [the] false reports come from official sources and we appreciate the professionalism and restraint shown by the Bristol County DA,” Fee adds.

For starters, how does Fee know that the “false reports” aren’t coming from “official sources.”  And precisely what is an “official source”?

While we have been careful to point out that media reports attributed to unnamed law-enforcement sources should be regarded with skepticism because the unnamed law-enforcement sources may not know the truth or may be selling an untrue version of it for strategic reasons, Fee has no way of knowing that “officials sources” (whatever they are) haven’t been spreading misinformation.

And if Fee is going to paint with a belated broad brush in disputing the various reports that have created an unflattering tapestry for Hernandez, he needs to back it up with concrete details.  Does he deny that Hernandez destroyed his cell phone?  Does he deny that Hernandez destroyed his home-surveillance system?  Does he deny that Hernandez hired a cleaning crew to “scrub” his house the day after the murder of Odin Lloyd.

It’s not enough, at this stage of the game, to complain generally about untrue reports.  Fee needs to list the reports he claims are false, and he needs to explain why they’re false.

But that won’t happen.  Fee says he’ll have no further comment.

Until, of course, his next comment.

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88 Responses to “Hernandez’s lawyer speaks out against false reports of arrest warrant”
  1. suggsbradycrowder says: Jun 24, 2013 9:23 PM

    A state obstruction of justice charge would be a
    Eu. For Hernandez. In Massachusetts this is not a felony and he won’t even see jail time.

  2. crimepedrankings says: Jun 24, 2013 9:23 PM

    CrimePedRankings interpretion: Lawyer speaks = lying.

  3. adoombray says: Jun 24, 2013 9:23 PM

    This entire situation has been nothing but baseless tabloid journalism from the start. There have been days and days of REPORT: ANONYMOUS SOURCES SAY talking about arrest warrants or the police think this or Hernandez did that, and it hasn’t amounted to anything.

    The police have nothing on Hernandez, and it would be really nice to see a mea culpa on this issue, rather than going on the offensive. It’s not “he needs to back it up with concrete details”, that’s YOUR job.

  4. sycophanticide says: Jun 24, 2013 9:24 PM

    Sounds to me his defense attorney is doing what he is paid to do…

    What branch of law were you in again?

  5. chicagoraiderfan says: Jun 24, 2013 9:24 PM

    Sounds like the Media just got called out on being FOS

  6. thegreatgabbert says: Jun 24, 2013 9:25 PM

    Michael would like the public to know that the correct spelling of his last name is “F-E-E”. Not “FREE”.

  7. butthatmakestoomuchsense says: Jun 24, 2013 9:26 PM

    I disagree with the premise that since Hernandez’ lawyer blasted the media for falsely, or at least prematurely, reporting that an arrest warrant was issued for his client then the lawyer must also speak extensively on the allegations regarding Hernanddez obstructing justice.

  8. lostsok says: Jun 24, 2013 9:27 PM

    “Hey, honey, great news! I just got a new client…and he’s an NFL football player!”

    ~~Michael Fee, at some unknown point in the past

    “Honey…? Have you seen the Tums?

    ~~Michael Fee, every day for the last week

  9. recyclecode6 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:28 PM

    Don’t most lawyers profess innocence?

  10. steventimm says: Jun 24, 2013 9:33 PM

    Lawyers are often unskilled at PR. Case in point.

  11. goldrush36 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:33 PM

    Orrrrrrrr the lawyer is FOS and is trying to bait the police into executing said warrant. Thus starting due process and making it easier to fight

  12. ttommytom says: Jun 24, 2013 9:35 PM

    My guess:

    Lloyd got into it with Hernandez at the house. Were those the shots that were heard?

    Lloyd takes off in the rental and is chased down with the white Audi. Hernandez or one of his boys kills him.

    Hernandez either did it or was very involved in the crime.

    The police usually know exactly who did what, it’s just proving it in court.

    There are NO statue of limitations in a homicide so the police have time on their side and should NOT be in a hurry…

  13. bullcharger says: Jun 24, 2013 9:36 PM

    You are completely wrong. he and his lawyer don’t owe one thing to the media. They can claim the reports are false and leave it at that. That’s not what we all want, but it may be best for legal reasons. Based on media reports, I think he’s involved, but I’ll reserve actual judgement for later when he’s arrested, tried and convicted.

  14. apkyletexas says: Jun 24, 2013 9:36 PM

    @Fee – nobody but the reporters really care about the alleged arrest warrant.

    You might want to focus your comments on the following pieces of information:

    1. Did your client break his cell phone?
    2. Did he demolish his home surveillance system?
    3. Did he shoot a dude in the face in Florida in February?
    4. Is he being silent, as opposed to talking with police to help solve this case?

    If the answer to all the above is “yes”, then you’ve got problems beyond the “warrant/no warrant” question.

  15. 619sdfan4life says: Jun 24, 2013 9:37 PM

    I can hear the boos now every time he scores, this guy INTENIONALLY destroyed evidence and will prob be charged with a BS charge. Then he will do a interview with Diane sawyer or bob Costas and tell bus some lame excuse that he was “scared” and didn’t know what else to do. Mean while a family gets to deal with the loss of there kid for the rest of there life… Good Job HERNANDEZ. Your a bumb weather you pulled the trigger or not, you know what happen and destroyed evidence because you were directly connected…

  16. pooflingingmonkey says: Jun 24, 2013 9:37 PM

    Fee doing his best impression of Baghdad Bob… “Everything is great!”

  17. whodey420 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:37 PM

    The media is reporting a flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports!!?? No way!!!
    Not in this day and age!!

  18. rexryanjr says: Jun 24, 2013 9:37 PM

    this dude seems like a horrible lawyer, with a high profile case like this he should be interacting with the media at least daily. A-Hern (this is what his smoking buddies in Gainesville referred to him as) needs to give a call to Rusty Hardin, Roger Clemen’s trusted lawyer

  19. fingergravy says: Jun 24, 2013 9:39 PM

    Why haven’t they locked this dirtbag up yet?

  20. grandpoopah says: Jun 24, 2013 9:42 PM

    Hernandez’ lawyer should try speaking to his client against shooting people in the face.

  21. chrisnyg says: Jun 24, 2013 9:43 PM

    This guys GUILTY maybe not of murder but he was a part of it somehow!
    Even that being the case why would his lawyer talk to the media about a potential case against his client????
    The media just will keep throwing stuff out there hoping something will stick.

  22. bigbluwreckincrew83 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:47 PM

    Ok after a week of these articles I think I’ve figured it out. Aaron Hernandez may or may not have a warrant for his possible involvement in a crime he may or may not be a suspect in. Got it.

  23. nomoreseasontix says: Jun 24, 2013 9:49 PM

    What I want to know is, what were those three women doing there earlier?
    Were they dropping off more evidence bags? Since the police apparently took all the ones he already had?

  24. zakgilbertprdirectoratlarge says: Jun 24, 2013 9:50 PM

    Do you mean to tell me that it is by pure coincidence that PR Director Zak Gilbert accepts the monumental task of cleaning up the staph ridden accused money laundering Cleveland Browns and now Mr. Aaron Hernandez’s people choose to make a statement?

    I think not.

    This is simply a knee jerk reaction of Attorney Michael Fee who is now operating like Nik Wallenda, live and without a net.

    You all are now about to witness the strength of PR Director Zak Gilbert.

  25. hdahs143 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:52 PM

    adoombray says: Jun 24, 2013 9:23 PM

    This entire situation has been nothing but baseless tabloid journalism from the start. There have been days and days of REPORT: ANONYMOUS SOURCES SAY talking about arrest warrants or the police think this or Hernandez did that, and it hasn’t amounted to anything.

    The police have nothing on Hernandez, and it would be really nice to see a mea culpa on this issue, rather than going on the offensive. It’s not “he needs to back it up with concrete details”, that’s YOUR job.
    ======================================
    You are kidding yourself. All anonymous sources, and media aside, they already have plenty, and are getting their ducks in a row, so as not to screw things up on a technicality. They don’t need to hurry. It’s not like AH is going anywhere.

    Based on factual things like video, and phone records (which are readily available regardless of the condition of the phone), it is patently clear to anyone other than an imbecile, that AH either was directly involved, or knows the circumstances of Lloyd’s murder, and should be held accountable for this. And he will. Wait and see.

  26. thebigtim2012 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:53 PM

    There have been a crap ton of reports from”sources” on every aspect of this case why in the world would he call them out individually? For all we know the phone was in near mint condition the cops have the beta tapes from his security system and the cleaning crew shows up every Monday. It’s not his job to disprove rumors it’s his job to defend his client In COURT not in the media. Lets go with your theory though and he starts calling out all the rumors and oops he forgets one, then the hack media jumps all over it as it must be true. The media is batting about .006 in major news stories lately. Remember those poor kids with backpacks that New York paper all but called out as terrorists? The media has been reduced to blindly reporting rumors from single source Internet hacks (present company sometimes excluded) instead of doing their job and running down multiple sources and getting those pesky little things called FACTS. It’s sad cause innocent people have been hurt and had their lives ruined all in the name of being the first one with the big scoop.

  27. allhailkingflacco says: Jun 24, 2013 9:54 PM

    Fee will be eating those words. The prosecution knows that they’re under a microscope just as much as Hernandez is right now. They’re simply building their case, crossing T’s, dotting I’s, etc.

    Speaking of dotting I’s, I wonder how the civil case out of FL is coming along. .)

  28. bmore44 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:55 PM

    The lawyer should of never came public yet. Now, the arrest warrant will come. My opinion Hernandez had something to do with this. Prob even pulled trigger. Because if it was me and I was in Jeopardy of losing millions of dollars for some punk who shot someone. I would be like BRO turn ur self in NOW before I turn ur A** in. Also , If Hernandez did do it. It won’t be much longer before his boys are singing like canneries. First person talks will be a witness not a defendant.

  29. stlunatik says: Jun 24, 2013 9:55 PM

    The one way to know that an attorney is lying is when they open their mouth. Arrest them both

  30. FinFan68 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:55 PM

    Don’t most lawyers claim their client is innocent and/or cooperating with the authorities? This one didn’t.

  31. msclemons67 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:55 PM

    Defense attorney blasts media for false reports.

    Blog attorney neither confirms nor denies false reports but demands to know precisely which reports were false.

    Gotta love lawyers.

  32. luz56 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:56 PM

    Just another scum bag lawyer doing what he is paid to do!

  33. dlbpatsfan says: Jun 24, 2013 10:01 PM

    Yeah he’s blasting the media about false reports but he really isn’t obligated to speak on the obstruction charges. Though it would be good to know to us but it’s smart for him to keep that close to the vest because he doesn’t want to say what Hernandez did. I just really hope whoever killed Odin Lloyd is brought to justice rather it be Hernandez or one of the other two guys. Though I hope it isn’t Hernandez, if it is, he deserves what he gets.

  34. ravenmomma says: Jun 24, 2013 10:06 PM

    Attorney Fee….what a fitting name ;)

  35. thegreatgabbert says: Jun 24, 2013 10:07 PM

    Don’t want to sound negative, Aaron, but Michael Fee works for Ropes & Grey. Which makes me think about the ropes they put around convicted murderer’s necks. Just above the collar of their grey prison duds. But it could just be coincidence.

  36. blackngold4life says: Jun 24, 2013 10:09 PM

    I’m guessing an “Official Source” would be The DA’s office or the POLICE! Haven’t seen neither make any statements about an arrest warrant. They usually don’t wait a Days to arrest someone after a warrant is issued. IJS

  37. greyhawk9 says: Jun 24, 2013 10:11 PM

    GUILTY

  38. humb0lt says: Jun 24, 2013 10:17 PM

    If Goodell were to tell Hernandez he has 24 hours to come clean to the police with everything he knows about the murder or he will be banned from the NFL for life, that might motivate some cooperation. Goodell has the power. The longer Hernandez remains uncooperative the longer his suspension will be.

  39. rhodeislandpatriotsfan says: Jun 24, 2013 10:19 PM

    “It’s not enough, at this stage of the game, to complain generally about untrue reports.”

    I was unaware that this is a “game.”

  40. nyyjetsknicks says: Jun 24, 2013 10:21 PM

    Common sense follow up question: Why was your clients home security system and cell phone destroyed before it was handed over to law enforcement?

  41. jetslakersfan says: Jun 24, 2013 10:21 PM

    I believe Fee is telling the truth. The police don’t get arrest warrant then don’t act on them just to scare u. They get them and arrest u then they like to scare you.

  42. Duckhomie says: Jun 24, 2013 10:22 PM

    His name is Fee…how delicious.

  43. omniscient48 says: Jun 24, 2013 10:24 PM

    So what if he destroyed his cell phone. Can’t they just subpoena the NSA and listen to all his previous calls?

  44. mattwalshvideo says: Jun 24, 2013 10:26 PM

    Hernandez just “misinterpreted” the laws, see Belicheat for reference.

  45. faninvirginia says: Jun 24, 2013 10:29 PM

    I have to agree with florio on this one. Hernandez is a public figure once he chooses to be paid by the public (fans). If he did not destroy his own surveillance and break his cell phone into little pieces I think the lawyer would say something. Cops don’t send in 20 agents to look for clues for hours if there is not sufficient suspicion of something. I doubt he murdered anyone, but there is something going on. It seems like the attorney is lashing out at some reports, but not the majority of them. What is his purpose, make us think Hernandez is being framed on this? Would anyone think that with the partial rebuttal

  46. brooklynnsfinest says: Jun 24, 2013 10:30 PM

    isnt* guilty

  47. skinswillsurprise says: Jun 24, 2013 10:30 PM

    One call, thats all.

  48. thefiesty1 says: Jun 24, 2013 10:31 PM

    Lawyers! Just what we need more of.

  49. anicra says: Jun 24, 2013 10:31 PM

    I personally would go with a lawyer with the last name of Freedom over Fee.

  50. orivar says: Jun 24, 2013 10:32 PM

    “the subject of a relentless flood of rumors, misinformation and false reports in the media.”

    You don’t say! I’ve only been told each day for the last five days been about warrants and Hernandez’s possible imminent arrest just to see it not happen. Rumors and false reports? The media?

    Never!

  51. creamsiclecannon says: Jun 24, 2013 10:41 PM

    Lets all remember that besides the fact that there is a dead guy not a single piece of evidence have been confirmed by law enforcement

  52. kissmytaintpatriotsrule says: Jun 24, 2013 10:44 PM

    You would think a lawyer would know its on the prosecution to prove Hernandez is guilty. A defense lawyer by no means has to prove his client is innocent he just has to poke holes in the case and put doubt I’m the jury’s mind.

  53. whyrunbackwardsyoullvomit says: Jun 24, 2013 10:46 PM

    “It’s not enough, at this stage of the game, to complain generally about untrue reports. Fee needs to list the reports he claims are false, and he needs to explain why they’re false.”

    The game is in the early stages so why does the lawyer need to say anything at this point? The media has been reporting for days that a warrant will be executed but that hasn’t happened yet, now has it?

  54. gimmeabruschi says: Jun 24, 2013 10:49 PM

    If this is an example of what Fee is going to do for his client, AH is in trouble.

  55. vibesid says: Jun 24, 2013 10:49 PM

    This is a deflection. The real question is: “Who Killed Odin Lloyd?”

    Nobody’s talking about that.

  56. spharrgcs says: Jun 24, 2013 10:51 PM

    This is a pathetic and weak attempt by Fee to save a little face, albeit very prematurely, before his client is legally obligated to begin to answer for his suspicious actions.

  57. mattwalshvideo says: Jun 24, 2013 10:56 PM

    OJ’s lawyer: “he’s innocent”

    Pats fans are amongst the most gullible and naive trolls alive.

  58. rollerino1 says: Jun 24, 2013 10:57 PM

    Dey got nuttin’!

  59. sixburghsteelers says: Jun 24, 2013 11:04 PM

    This even isn’t news until his ass goes to jail…or not

  60. jonnydapat says: Jun 24, 2013 11:08 PM

    The unsuccessful lawyer telling a successful lawyer how to do his job, that’s so amusing. Reminds one of when @Iknoweverything says he knows more about coaching football then Bill Belichick.

  61. moxiejkk says: Jun 24, 2013 11:12 PM

    Wouldn’t “official sources” be someone who actually administered an arrest warrant?

    I see no issue with the statement.

  62. alchemistcirca1979 says: Jun 24, 2013 11:15 PM

    Why isn’t the media even remotely covering the other two guys Aaron was with that night.

    What do we know about the other two guys?

  63. bigwii says: Jun 24, 2013 11:16 PM

    This about public opinion you think pats fans are gullible it’s all of you that are gullible. You believe everything you hear from the media. You’re all gullible that’s their job to get readers and ratings and by you all believing everything you’re the reason they keep feeding you all BS you will read it whether its accurate or not.

    All you haters just want to believe everything negative and nothing positive because you want the Pats fall but a “reliable source” tells me they won’t keep on hating.

  64. cali49er707 says: Jun 24, 2013 11:20 PM

    Money talks & therefore suspects walk.

    – America’s court system

  65. nutsacker says: Jun 24, 2013 11:33 PM

    I still think Gronkowski is the bigger sack of garbage.

  66. rushmatic says: Jun 24, 2013 11:44 PM

    ProLawTalk aside, Hernandez’s lawyer is doing his job. He doesn’t need to do anything that you suggest. You’re going to post the stories that keep people clicking here first, regardless of the truth.

  67. bmoreravens1012013 says: Jun 24, 2013 11:54 PM

    His lawyer is trying to speak on generalities so they can do a p.r.stunt. His job is to manipulate public opinion.

  68. 49erbillk2013 says: Jun 25, 2013 12:01 AM

    Are we all missing that no matter how much involvement he had, it’s all but clear he was involved…

  69. latenightroach says: Jun 25, 2013 12:05 AM

    It’s only a matter of time. I find it hard to believe that law enforcement has found nothing significant – they’re taking their time to make sure that this case will be rock solid and ready for court before any arrest is made – be it for Hernandez or anyone else.

  70. bux1022 says: Jun 25, 2013 1:30 AM

    @spharrgcs

    No one is legally obligated to incriminate themselves! Everyone has the right to remain silent. Damn some of these posts are ridiculous. Pursue an education or take the test to become a citizen. Either way you ‘ll learn a thing or two!

  71. nobreak1269 says: Jun 25, 2013 1:36 AM

    At least we dont have to hear about Tebow anymore.Someone had to die-to save us all from his media lockdown.

  72. mtavin says: Jun 25, 2013 1:57 AM

    Fee fi fo fum. I smell a dare from a stumblebum.

  73. vertskate900 says: Jun 25, 2013 3:28 AM

    Wow, his last name is Fee? And he’s an attorney?

    The jokes just write themselves, folks.

  74. thestillers412 says: Jun 25, 2013 5:06 AM

    Yeah, the whole “arrest warrant” pending thing is kind of old now… If the police wanted to arrest this guy, they would have already

  75. majormeatcurtains says: Jun 25, 2013 5:23 AM

    If it does not exist, you must desist ah. So sayeth the Lord ah. I give you a Man only guilty of success ah. A Man persecuted for his millions ah! I have stood on the mountain of greatness and looked down on the shadow of men ah… “Shut up Ray”. The people are tired of ghetto bought murders”. AH.

  76. holdthemayo123 says: Jun 25, 2013 6:56 AM

    spharrgcs says: Jun 24, 2013 10:51 PM

    This is a pathetic and weak attempt by Fee to save a little face, albeit very prematurely, before his client is legally obligated to begin to answer for his suspicious actions.
    ——————-

    Given the 5th amendment and all, I think you’ll be waiting a long time until Hernandez is legally obligated to answer for his actions.

  77. swagger52 says: Jun 25, 2013 7:09 AM

    Looks like Boston Wrong has the edge on Boston Strong

  78. whatjusthapped says: Jun 25, 2013 7:39 AM

    I would think the overriding lesson from the OJ Simpson case is that the police must meticulously build its case because Hernandez has the financial means to challenge everything and anything.

    Granted, Hernandez doesn’t have decades of police abuse on his people to get him jury nullification like OJ had but he will try anything to save his punk ass.

    Meanwhile, we can all sit back and watch the circus unfold on the one franchise that truly deserves it. @#cheaters

  79. Pimpin' aint easy unless you are Chuck Norris says: Jun 25, 2013 7:54 AM

    The longer this story goes without anything meaningful being reported, I think it looks more and more favorable for Hernandez. His actions (obstructing) may not necessarily have anything to do with him being involved in the murder. Not to say he doesnt know who did it, I am fairly certain he probably does know. I think, when you consider his history of drug use, and the NFL’s history of having players get involved in distributing drugs, I think this is bigger than a murder.

    Some have suggested all of this just shows Hernandez is an idiot, which to some degree is obvious. But I dont think he is covering up the murder. I think he knows that the murder is simply going to shed light on the other things he is involved with. In other words, he had the funds to front his “associates” to get into the drug dealing business. The murder may have been a result of a deal gone bad. Hernandez is dumb enough to put up the funds, but smart enough to know that he cant be present when these deals go down, so he sends his associates to handle the business.

    This is all speculation on my part, but I am willing to bet that the “big fish in the bowl” isnt Hernandez, or his associates, but rather the person that was supplying the drugs to them. Do you really think these guys want to roll on a drug “kingpin”? The cover up is always worse than the crime. When the crime is murder I think the crime is worse than the cover up, but you get my point. They are covering up their associations with shady and dangerous characters. The cleaning team came in to make sure there wasnt any drug residue or anything that could get him busted.

  80. cylondetector says: Jun 25, 2013 7:54 AM

    How very sanctamonius of you!

    Everyone sees through the paper thin charade of your pretence at impartial commentary when the discussion turns to the conduct of the media.

    This was sensationalist drivel from the beginning, so desperate were all the media clowns to speculate correctly what was going down – darts thrown in all directions in the hopes one of them might be somewhere near the truth.

    Who knows what Hernandez did or didn’t do?

    I can tell you it certainly isn’t his attorneys job to keep shmucks like you up to date with the facts of the case – as someone with (allegedly) law training I would have expected you to realise that his client is his priority – not writing your stories for you.

  81. marima07 says: Jun 25, 2013 8:13 AM

    And if Fee is going to paint with a belated broad brush in disputing the various reports that have created an unflattering tapestry for Hernandez, he needs to back it up with concrete details.
    —————————————–
    Why does Fee – a confirmed, named source – have to provide concrete evidence to the press to substantiate his claims, when the unnamed sources are all taken at their word?

  82. cmstrick says: Jun 25, 2013 8:31 AM

    Wait, wait… now his LAWYER is saying he didn’t do it? I thought he was guilty until I read that but this changes EVERYTHING!

  83. westampa says: Jun 25, 2013 8:37 AM

    I’m surprised the state of FL hasn’t looked into him shooting a guy in the face.

  84. fordmandalay says: Jun 25, 2013 9:03 AM

    To all the people wondering why Hernandez destroyed his cell phone, when the police can recover the calls; it was most likely to destroy the photos/video that were physically on the phone itself. Even after being deleted, they can be recovered.

  85. philly8679 says: Jun 25, 2013 9:52 AM

    Ummm Fee doesn’t have to do anything… Believe it or not your still innocent until proven guilty, so let me ask you why Fee needs to prove his client didn’t do anything, it’s the prosecution that needs to prove he did

  86. dexterismyhero says: Jun 25, 2013 10:25 AM

    unamed source….Mr. Snowden?

  87. pioniere says: Jun 25, 2013 11:17 AM

    “Good Job HERNANDEZ. Your a bumb weather you pulled the trigger or not, you know what happen and destroyed evidence because you were directly connected…”

    ——————–

    I don’t know whether the weather will improve.

  88. bensstinkyfingers says: Jun 25, 2013 6:56 PM

    This is all smoke and mirrors, the issue is Hernandez’s green card expired recently.

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