Odin Lloyd's family speaks out
DORCHESTER, Mass. (WHDH) -- A small memorial sat on the porch of the home of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd. Police found him dead Monday morning nearly a mile outside Aaron Hernandez’s home.
His family described him as a happy guy, always smiling.
“Everybody in school used to say that he was the class clown. Everybody knew him to always make jokes and to laugh,” said Lloyd’ sister, Olivia Thiblu.
The last time Lloyd’s sister saw her brother was at the family home on Fayston Street Sunday.
She was coming home from church and Odin was heading out the door with some friends to play football and hang out.
“I think anyone that knows my brother would say that he’s just a funny guy. He’s very respectful. He’s never really disrespected anybody. Nobody can really say he’s done anything wrong to them. He’s grown into such an amazing role model,” said Thiblu.
Odin’s family said they can’t bring him back as much as they want. And now, they just want justice.
“I need whoever it is; who knows what happened, to say something, because he knows who it is. He knows who he was with and that person knows that he needs to speak up,” said Thiblu.