MP3: B&C Morning Show: Opening Up With An Arrest And An Apology (Of Sorts)

27.06.2013

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B&C Morning Show: Opening Up With An Arrest And An Apology (Of Sorts) MP3

Boomer and Craig opened things up this morning by discussing the latest developments emerging from the riveting Aaron Hernandez story. Shortly after being arrested and charged with murder on Wednesday, the 23-year-old was released by the New England Patriots. As details continue to surface, it certainly does not look good for Hernandez, who Craig referred to as “the single dumbest human being on the planet t... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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