Last month with new details about the Aaron Hernandez murder case surfacing almost daily private detective Jay Groob sent Patriots owner Robert Kraft a sales letter. Groob pitched “investigative and security services” including “vetting due diligence and surveillance of personnel.”
As president of American Investigative Services and a licensed private detective in Massachusetts for 30 years Groob welcomed “the opportunity to consult with the Patriots and determine whether there is a particular need we can fulfill.”
Following Kraft’s first public comments about the Hernandez case the offer appeared well-targeted (though to date Kraft has not responded to Groob).
After authorities arrested Hernandez 23 on first-degree murder charges Kraft said he had been “duped” by the tight end. Speaking from his office at Gillette Stadium Kraft said he only knew “what goes on inside this building” and that “we don’t put private eyes on people.”
Groob and other local private investigators found