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Two linked to ex-Patriot Aaron Hernandez told to testify

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A judge has ordered a Connecticut man who says he was shot by former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez to appear before a Massachusetts grand jury. The judge ordered the arrest of Alexander Bradley after he failed to appear Tuesday before the grand jury. Bradley has alleged in a civil lawsuit that Hernandez shot him in the face in February after they argued at a Miami strip club. The judge also ordered a second Connecticut man — John Alcorn, 21, of Bristol — to appear Thursday before the same grand jury. Alcorn is related to the deceased husband of Hernandez’s cousin.

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