Braude Beat: Hernandez pleads not guilty

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September 6, 2013, 6:29 pm
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(NECN) - Aaron Hernandez was arraigned Friday in Fall River Superior Court for the murder of Odin Lloyd of Boston.

On Friday's Braude Beat, Broadside host Jim Braude reflected on the appearance.

"The fact that his own lawyer agreed that there wouldn't be an application for bail, even though he wouldn't have gotten it anyway, that was surprising," said Braude. "Other than that, it's just one more day and this is going to be a really, really long process, assuming this thing goes to trial."

Braude also shared his thoughts on President Obama meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Syria.

"A lot of people say, what was the point? The point is, even though they said they weren't going to meet because Obama was upset about the Snowden thing ... for those who are leaning no in Congress ... the president can say, 'I sat down with the guy for 30 minutes," said Braude.

See the attached video for the complete segment.

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