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Testimony focuses on 'flophouse' at Aaron Hernandez trial

FALL RIVER, Mass. -- New England Patriots staff member helped Aaron Hernandez find an apartment to rent in spring 2013, a Realtor told jurors Thursday at the former NFL tight end's murder trial, providing the first testimony about the Franklin, Mass. condominium that authorities have described as a secret "flophouse." Rather than use the location for convenience to practice, authorities have suggested Hernandez used it to engage in several law-breaking practices. Barbara Scardino testified that she had been approached by the team's director of player development, Kevin Anderson, on multiple occasions to help meet the Patriots' housing needs -- which often involved finding residences ...

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