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Josh McDaniels may have to testify in Aaron Hernandez double homicide case

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Aaron Hernandez could have put Josh McDaniels in hot water.

There have been reports over the past couple weeks about Aaron Hernandez’s tattoos and how they relate to the murders of two men outside a nightclub in Boston back in July of 2012.  Well according to Travis Anderson of the Boston Globe a defense motion filed Wednesday says that the prosecutors plan to call Josh McDaniels and seven other additional witnesses to the stand.

Hernandez’s tattoos are expected to be a big part of the case, as prosecutors will argue they depict guns that the former tight end used to commit murders. One tattoo shows a six-shot revolver with one empty chamber and the words “God Forgives” and another shows a semiautomatic pistol with a spent shell casing next to it.

It is a third tattoo that Hernandez has that prosecutors believe McDaniels may have information about, according to Larry Brown Sports.

“The Commonwealth alleges the defendant sent a text message to Mr. McDaniels showing him another tattoo that he received at the same time … with the letters ‘CBS/WBS/IWBTG’,” the defense filing reads. “According to Commonwealth, it expects Mr. McDaniels to testify [if called] as to the meaning of those letters.”

I do not know what those letters stand for, but my 11 year old daughter can probably tell you.  She knows all those little Acronyms.

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