FALL RIVER, Mass. – Kasey Arma was the 100th witness called thus far by the prosecution in the murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
Ostensibly, the 27-year-old woman was brought here to claim that Hernandez seemed "agitated" when they interacted at a Boston nightclub in the early morning hours of June 15, 2013 – two days before Odin Lloyd was killed.
The Commonwealth has suggested that Hernandez was upset with Lloyd that night at Rumor nightclub and has claimed that as a motive for the shooting. That concept is still tenuous, and Arma's opinion on the mental state of a man she had briefly met in a loud club really didn't add much to it.
More likely, Arma's main purpose was to testify about Hernandez hitting on her, dancing with her and even propositioning her, another attempt to portray him to his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, as someone who doesn't reciprocate loyalty.
Jenkins has yet to flip on Hernandez. She has been given an immunity deal, if she's called toRead More »from Witness: I don't like Aaron Hernandez's 'arrogance'