The Boston Globe interviwed Barry I. Slotnick for his take on the news about New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez being linked to being responsible for the drive-by shooting of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado on July 16, 2012.

The article titled, “Police believe Hernandez May be Shooter in 2012 Murders,” reported that a tipster called police, “advising them to look into the NFL star’s ties to the unsolved drive-by.”

While legal experts are saying that prosecutors have a strong circumstantial case against Hernandez, some defense attorneys have other opinions.

“What is missing is real, solid evidence that proves Hernandez committed these crimes,” Barry Slotnick told the publication. “You’re dealing with informants who may not be the most credible in the world,” Slotnick said. 

Read the article – “Police believe Hernandez May be Shooter in 2012 Murders” (Boston Globe, January 17, 2014)