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Patriots owner Kraft testifies Hernandez told him he was innocent

FALL RIVER, Mass. -- New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft marched into courtroom 7 at the Fall River Justice Center Tuesday and told jurors that two days after Odin Lloyd was found dead, former tight end Aaron Hernandez looked him in the eye and told him he was completely innocent. "My main focus was understanding whether he was involved and what I could do to help him," said Kraft, who came to court dressed in a blue button-down shirt, pink tie and dark jacket, and was escorted in and out of the courthouse by police. He wore sneakers. Kraft told jurors that when he showed up to Gillette Stadium two days after Odin Lloyd was killed, "there was a lot of media in the parking lot, and ...

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