Efforts continue to keep search warrants in Hernandez case sealed


Earlier this month, a judge in Massachusetts made eight search warrants related to the Odin Lloyd murder investigation public.  Those documents, along with Florida search warrants also made available to the media,  contained many new details regarding the case against former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.

But there are more search warrants that remain sealed.  A judge in Bristol, Connecticut soon will decide whether four more warrants will remain protected from public view for at least another 90 days.

According to the New Britain (Conn.) Herald, the hearing will be held next Tuesday.

Locations searched in Connecticut include the Bristol home of Hernandez’s uncle.

Prosecutors want to keep the information private, for now.  News organizations lobbied for the release of the Massachusetts warrants, which targeted among other things the home of Aaron Hernandez and a separate apartment he maintained.

8 responses to “Efforts continue to keep search warrants in Hernandez case sealed

  1. What are there, like a 100 search warrants that still remain sealed???

    There must be like thousand of pages of finite details we don’t know about?!?!!????

    I really wonder if the stopped off by a McDonalds or a Burger King before or after the murder of Mr. Odin Lloyd!!! And if so, what did they order???

  2. Clearly the Pats are paying off investigators to distract the public so they would forget about Spygate. Have they no SHAME?

  3. Lock this guy up and throw away the key. the only thing the courts needs to be descusing is how to put
    Aaron to death. I vote for the Chair

  4. Its sad that the judge’s keep releasing the search warrants just because the media wants them. I am not a lawyer, but it seems that if the police want them kept private, it is for a good reason. Or is it because it is a celebrity?

    The country’s legal system seems to be really broken when judges can make prosecuters release things like that, suspend sentences of the guilty and overall, make a mockery out of the legal system.

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