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Ex-Patriot Hernandez's associates indicted on murder charges
The Bristol County (Mass.) District Attorney’s office announced Friday that a Massachusetts grand jury returned single-count indictments for Carlos Ortiz, 28, and Ernest Wallace, 42, two Bristol, Conn., men who prosecutors named as Hernandez’s accomplices the night of Odin Lloyd’s death in 2013.
Last month, defense attorneys for Hernandez asked the court to order the prosecution to disclose whether it plans to name their client as the triggerman at trial, and questioned the lesser charges for Ortiz and Wallace. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh refused that request, and said that in order to find a defendant guilty of murder, the jury is not required to determine that he pulled the trigger.
Arraignments for Ortiz and Wallace, who both are being held in Massachusetts, have not been scheduled.
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