At most, he is guilty of trying to cover up his pal's crime. Hernandez didn't even know about it until afterwards.The street thug mentality and behavior apparently remained in him, and got exhibited in a devastating way.Hernandez is set to be charged with an additional double murder.If you’ve ever wondered how serial killers and other prisoners can get letters from incredibly pathetic strangers promising marriage, this is how. That explains the circumstantial evidence that placed him at the scene and then threw his friends under the bus.It’s what Tommy Tomlinson wrote about regarding the beautiful women at Rae Carruth’s trial: “It reminded me again of the raw sexual power that a great athlete can have — even one charged with putting out a hit on his pregnant girlfriend.”For being a detriment to every female who has worked so hard to break down stereotypes in the sports world, these folks deserve a public shaming. It was reported, I believe I heard, was that the murder weapon was never found.He was in a cell near Bronson, 65, at Wakefield Prison, West Yorkshire, before being transferred to Frankland jail in Co Durham.
Bellfield yawned as he was led from court, after his final conviction.He has such a strange affect--and it's been consistent throughout the trial--so much so, that you expected some piece of evidence would exonerate him at the 11th hour. Wow, the tough guy's legs buckled when he heard the verdict and couldn't stand up like a man to take it even under court orders.Quintessential bully who can dish it out but is too morally and constitutionally weak to weather the consequences. I bet if I offered up $ for his commissary account he would write back. I have to say, I had zero sympathy for AH until I saw R165's link.Everything has to be in place neat and tidy.'TV, Play Station X Box and DVD player and my sound system and speakers facing towards me.'In 2008 Bellfield was given a whole-life term for murdering Marsha Mc Donnell, 19, in Hampton, west London, in 2003, for killing Amelie Delagrange, 22, in Twickenham, west London, in 2004, and attempting to murder Kate Sheedy, 18, in Isleworth, earlier that year.
Bellfield's first murder victim was schoolgirl Milly Dowler, who was 13 when she was snatched while walking home from school in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, in 2002. Bellfield's first murder victim was schoolgirl Milly Dowler (pictured), who was 13 when she was snatched while walking home from school in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, in 2002.
He was so stunned by the verdict, he had to sit down after it was read when he was supposed to remain standing with everyone else.