After McCauley finished, Hernandez's defense team requested their client be granted bail based on the prosecution's reliance on circumstantial evidence. "It is at bottom a circumstantial case," Hernandez's attorney Michael Fee told the court. "It is not a strong case." Bail was denied and Hernandez, who stood expressionless through most of the arraignment, remained in custody.
This article shows the whole time line of events including all the texts sent at the time and times referring to surveillance video. I have no idea how he would not be found guilty after reading that. Video of his car gone at the time of the murder, video of his car going to the place of murder. This one really shows he's guilty.
3:23 a.m.: McCauley says surveillance video shows the Altima at a fork in the road. McCauley indicates that one way leads to Hernandez's home, the other down a gravel road where Lloyd's body would later be found. Video shows Hernandez's car going down the gravel road behind a group of industrial buildings.
No reason to go down that road and it just so happens to be the exact road to go to the crime scene. Shows premeditation as well.
How [expletive]ed up is that. Idk but when you knowingly drive somewhere with some guy and take him to some secluded place to murder him and just leave his body there. Idk thats just sick. I swear this guy better not get a bull[expletive] ray lewis trial. Should be locked up for life.