i'm not perry mason or ben matlock...however, it doesn't take an FBI agent to extrapolate and make the following deduction:
3 men get in to a car at Hernandez's home, they drive approx. 1 hour and pick up the 4th man. drive approx 1 hour back to within 3 miles of Hernandez's house and pull in to a deserted industrial site. gun shots are heard, several minutes later the original 3 guys arrive back at Hernandez's home, the 4th guy found dead the next day with 6 bullet holes in his chest and back. by the way, all of this is documented with video surveillance and cell phone records. ohhhhhhhh and the defense lawyer admits he was at the scene of the crime and witnessed the killing. in the state of MASS you don't have to be the trigger man to be found guilty of 1st degree murder, all that needs to be proven is that you were participant in the crime. If you drive the car that picks up the victim, you drive the victim to the scene of the murder, you witness the murder take place, you return to your house with the 3 original occupants in the car, at least 1 of the 3 at this point did pull the trigger and you don't report the crime...you my friend are a PARTICIPANT.