It's fairly well known the NFL -- or as the true believers call it THE SHIELD -- has it's own security department. Goodell's gumshoes handle digging into player suspensions and more. Needless to say, they'll have their hands full with the Aaron Hernandez situation. Not to worry. TST has stumbled upon The Shield's chief operative: Tony Softli.
We got to see a little of his handy work on Twitter this week while the Hernandez situation developed.
With unmarked cars picking up Hernandez this AM, the arrest was a surprise to the TE by the way he was dressed, he did'nt turn himself in.— Tony Softli (@SoftliSTL) June 26, 2013
My gut tells me it's more then obstruction of justice, else his lawyers would have driven him to the court house.— Tony Softli (@SoftliSTL) June 26, 2013
A good P.I. knows when to trust his gut. Sometimes, it's all they got to go on, like when "sources" just aren't available.
My sources tell me he was arrested by detectives (7 present) several unmarked cars. Police cruisers brought in for transportation— Tony Softli (@SoftliSTL) June 26, 2013
But, a good P.I. is never too far from his sources, and sometimes you can even get information right off the television screen.
@ShawnGarrison Not speculation its my opinion— Tony Softli (@SoftliSTL) June 26, 2013
Every P.I. has someone out to get him, for lots of different reasons. You have to know when and how to shake them off your tail.
With Tony Softli, P.I. and NFL insider watching out for its interests, THE SHIELD should be just fine.