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He is accused of shooting a former friend, Alexander Bradley, in the face in Florida.'It was two-on-one, he was part of the two,' a prison official said. He was just trying to show he's down with the Bloods, a scared man looking at life in prison.' 'Blood': A prison source has said that Hernandez has been actively trying to show his loyalty to the Bloods gang since he began serving his life sentence at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center last month Life without parole: 'The victim in the fight was some absolute nobody,' a prison source told ABC.
Hernandez 'was just trying to show he’s down with the Bloods, a scared man looking at life in prison''As soon as you walk on the yard, you meet with the shot caller, the person who calls the shots, the leader of the gang, and then what happens is he’s going to ask you for your paperwork, to make sure you’re not a piece of sh*t.'They always give you paperwork when you go to prison because it has your rights, what you got in trouble for, whatever, this and that.
You have to show him that, and if it’s bad, they’ll beat him up.''As soon as you walk on the yard, you meet with the shot caller, the person who calls the shots, the leader of the gang, and then what happens is he’s going to ask you for your paperwork, to make sure you’re not a piece of sh*t.
'They always give you paperwork when you go to prison because it has your rights, what you got in trouble for, whatever, this and that.
Smiling: Hernandez talks with one of his attorneys, Charles Rankin, during his arraignment at Suffolk Superior Court, Thursday on a charge of trying to silence a witness in a double murder case against him by shooting the man in the face While prosecutors have not identified the man involved in the non-fatal shooting, details of the incident match a civil suit filed by Alexander Bradley (pictured) a former friend who alleges that Hernandez shot him, costing him an eye.
Bradley testified (pictred during Hernandez's trial in Fall River, Massachusetts, over the killing of Lloyd Bradley, who lost an eye in the shooting, testified during Hernandez's trial in Fall River, Massachusetts, over the killing of Lloyd.
Nor does the material available to the House identify any specific threats that were made to the witnesses. Leaving the present case on one side, it is obvious that, if people are frightened to give evidence about some crime which they have witnessed, they will be equally frightened to give evidence about any threats that may have been made to deter them from giving evidence.
In any event, where implied threats of violence to, or ostracism of, grasses are part of the culture of a community, these will often be quite sufficient in themselves to deter potential witnesses.
You have to show him that, and if it’s bad, they’ll beat him up.'Bradley had been with Hernandez the night that he shot dead Cape Verde nationals Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado outside a Boston nightclub, from the moment Hernandez became angry when one of them spilled a drink through when Hernandez followed them in a car and opened fire, said Patrick Haggan, assistant district attorney.