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Hernandez’s double-murder deliberations begin Friday 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end, will have deliberations begin on Friday for a second murder trial. This one; however, is a double-murder case.

He was previously convicted of the murder of former semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. In this case, the prosecution allege that he gunned down Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.

Aaron Hernandez (Getty Images)

Aaron Hernandez (Getty Images)

They allege that Hernandez murdered them because of a spilled drink. While the prosecution says it was Hernandez did the deed, the defense believe it was Alexander Bradley.

Bradley, who is a former friend of Hernandez, is a key witness for the prosecution. The defense are saying it was Bradley because of a failed drug deal that went bad.

Hernandez, who is already serving a life sentence following the Lloyd trial, is presumed innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. With this doubt that the defense is trying to put in the jurors mind, it could change the entire case.

However, just because he committed one murder, does not mean he necessarily two more. The prosecution will have to prove that without a doubt.

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