On day 6 of deliberations, the Boston, MA jury that began hearing evidence in Aaron Hernandez’s double murder trial six weeks ago, acquitted him of murder and all other charges except one: the unlawful possession of a gun. Clearly, jurors did not believe the Commonwealth’s star witness, Alexander Bradley; a witness who received immunity from prosecution. Bradley was with Hernandez on the night of the shooting. He claims he was driving and that Hernandez fired the shots. The defense argued the opposite; that Bradley fired the shots. The witness intimidation count accused Hernandez of attempting to silence Bradley by shooting him in the head in February 2013 and leaving him for dead. Bradley lost his right eye and became a witness for the Commonwealth some months later. Hernandez is serving a life sentence for a murder he committed the following…

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