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FALL RIVER, Mass. - Prosecutors in a murder case against Aaron Hernandez wont be allowed to tell a jury about two other killings with which the ex-New England Patriot is charged or the final text messages the victim sent to his sister, a judge ruled Friday.Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in the June 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional football player who was dating the sister of Hernandezs fiancee. He has also pleaded not guilty to the fatal shootings of two men in 2012 after an encounter at a Boston nightclub.Prosecutors have said Hernandez may have showed Lloyd the spot where the double shooting allegedly took place, and suggested that was a possible motive for killing Lloyd.But Judge Susan Garsh, after hearing arguments, said that theory is clearly in the realm of speculation and does not comport with common sense. She said there was no demonstrated link between the two crimes and disallowed the introduction of the 2012 homicides.Garsh also said Friday she would not admit the final text messages sent by Lloyd to his sister, including one sent just minutes before he was shot to death at an industrial park near Hernandezs North Attleborough home.Prosecutors say Lloyd sent the messages while in a car with Hernandez and suggested they showed he had become fearful. One said U saw who Im with and another indicated the person was NFL, referring to Hernandez.Defence lawyers called it rank speculation that the texts indicated fear and said they were inadmissible.Garsh said the texts did not suggest any hostility and that prosecutors didnt meet the burden to prove Lloyd felt he was at an imminent death.Jury selection is scheduled to start Jan. 9. Patriots coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft have been listed by prosecutors as possible witnesses.Garsh also ruled that prosecutors may not introduce the shooting of Alexander Bradley, a former associate of Hernandez. Bradley has filed a civil suit against Hernandez that says the ex-player shot him in the face in 2013 after an argument in Florida.Massachusetts prosecutors sought to admit a range of evidence related to the ex-players other alleged crimes or bad acts, including the Boston homicides, firearms found at Hernandezs home or elsewhere and even a photograph obtained from the celebrity gossip website TMZ that depicts Hernandez holding a gun.His attorneys warned against compromising his right to a fair trial.It is critical that this trial be about the murder of Odin Lloyd, defence attorney James Sultan said Friday.The judge allowed in some evidence relating to firearms, but disallowed the photograph.
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. With newly minted president of hockey operations Trevor Linden looking on from above one day after being handed the keys to the franchise, it was more of the same on Thursday night.
- The Detroit Lions have placed tight end Brandon Pettigrew on injured reserve, ending his season.
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. The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy.PORTLAND, Ore. - A photographer is accusing Nike of violating the copyright of his 1984 image of Michael Jordan soaring toward a basketball hoop by continuing to use the image to market shoes and clothes.Jacobus Rentmeester of New York City filed the lawsuit against Oregon-based Nike Inc. on Thursday in federal court in Portland, Oregon. Hes seeking unspecified monetary damages, profits generated from the image, and an injunction preventing further copyright infringement.Rentmeester staged and shot the photo for Life magazine as part of a special section published for the 1984 Summer Olympics. As a freelancer, he retained rights to the copyright. Nike later paid him $150 for temporary use of two transparencies of the photo.According to the complaint, Nike then produced a nearly identical photograph of Jordan and reproduced it on billboards, and when Rentmeester threatened litigation, the Oregon company paid him $15,000 for a limited license to use the image for two years.The complaint says Nike continued to reproduce the photo after that period and used it to create the distinctive Jumpman logo, a silhouette of the leaping Jordan inspired by the photograph. The company went on to create the Jordan Braand division, which markets Michael Jordan products using the photo and the logo.ddddddddddddThe lawsuit says Nike has earned millions as a result of these marketing campaigns.Nike spokesman Greg Rossiter said the company is not commenting on the lawsuit.Its unclear why Rentmeester waited nearly three decades to file a claim. He registered the Jordan photo with the U.S. Copyright Office in December 2014.Neither the photographer nor his lawyer returned calls for comment.Federal copyright law allows people to bring copyright claims within three years of an infringing act. But in May 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court in a similar copyright case ruled that delay in filing a copyright claim isnt a bar to seeking damages as long as the copyright infringement continues.That case, Petrella v. MGM, concerns the screenplay to the 1980 movie Raging Bull, co-written and sold by Frank Petrella, whose daughter sued MGM in 2009 seeking royalties from continuing commercial use of the film. Petrellas claim fell within the three years, the court ruled, because the studio continued to release the film on DVD and other formats for years and every new release essentially reset the clock for copyright purposes. ' ' '
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