Report: Video shows Aaron Hernandez with 2012 murder victims
According to a report, video from a Boston nightclub shows Aaron Hernandez with 2012 double homicide victims hours before they died.
The longer and longer that the investigation into the past of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez goes, the more things that seem to crop up. Word that authorities were investigating Hernandez for a 2012 double homicide -- as well as the murder of Odin Lloyd -- leaked out shortly after he was arrested. And now there's reportedly video showing Hernandez in a nightclub with the double-homicide victims the night before they died.
Jenny Wilson of the Hartford Courant reports that "authorities have surveillance footage that shows Aaron Hernandez and two men killed in a drive-by shooting in Boston last summer at the same establishment hours before they died."
The two victims in question are Daniel Abreu, 29, and Safiro Furtado, 28, both from Dorchester, Mass. The two were killed by gunfire on their car on July 16, 2012 around 2 a.m. ET.
Authorities seized an SUV with Rhode Island plates believed to be connected in the 2012 killings the day after Hernandez was arrested. The SUV is believed to have been rented by Hernandez as it was seized from a house rented by Hernandez' uncle.
The video in question is reportedly from a Boston nightclub and, would paint a very ugly series of dots for what might've happened to the two men who were killed in 2012.
Authorities have not charged Hernandez in the 2012 double homicide at this time.
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