On Wednesday, the prosecutors accused Aaron Hernandez, former tight end of New England Patriots, of orchestrating the execution of his friend Odin Lloyd, 27. In a court in Massachusetts, the prosecutors said that Hernandez drove his friend in an industrial park at late night and arranged for his murder. They pointed to a bar fight three nights ago as the reason of that murder.
The body of Lloyd was found near Hernandez’s Massachusetts home more than a week ago. He pleaded not guilty to charges of possessing five firearms and executing a first-degree murder. An adjudicator ordained Hernandez held without bail.
William McCauley, First Assistant District Attorney, said that Hernandez and his associates shot the victim to death. He also said tat the player was involved in this crime from the beginning and even hid and demolished evidence.
Hernandez showed no emotion during the accusations of the prosecutors. However, he was seen wiping tears at the end of indictment.
Lloyd was a semi-professional football player.