Things have been progressing slowly in the Aaron Hernandez murder case but have recently picked up steam with co-defendant Earnest Wallace's bail hearing.
During the hearing prosecutors alleged numerous things including that Hernandez was the only person outside the car at the scene of Odin Llyod's murder.
According to Ted Wallace of FOX 25 in Boston the prosecution is changing what was originally alleged by Ortiz when he said that Wallace was the one outside the car with Hernandez at the scene of the murder. Wallace pled not guilty to being an accessory to murder after the fact last week and was ordered to be held on $500,000 bond.
However, he's hardly cleared from any concerns as the prosecution alleges that Hernandez "immediately" called Wallace when the police arrived to his home.
Wallace's defense claims that Wallace deserves lower bail as a result to not being indicted for the murder.
Hernandez currently awaits his trial for his connection in the shooting death, but also could be facing murder charges in two different cases in two different counties.
He is also still under investigation in a 2012 double homicide, with a grand jury in Suffolk County, Mass., considering whether or not to indict him, according to Pro Football Talk. However, if it turns out that there's a connection between the two incidents, that could literally be a death sentence for Hernandez.