Cameras allowed back inside Hernandez courtroom after juror shown on live feed

A judge in the Aaron Hernandez double murder trial ruled Wednesday that cameras will be allowed back in the courtroom.

On Tuesday the judge pulled the plug on the live stream after a TV camera accidently broadcast one of the juror’s faces.

Before that, the jury heard gripping testimony from two Boston bouncers who claim they saw the killing of two men outside a South End nightclub in 2012.

One bouncer told the jury that a silver SUV with Rhode Island plates passed them as they were getting out of work. They then heard gunfire coming from the SUV and saw another car stopped in the road.

When they drove passed the car, they said they saw a gruesome sight.

“The driver was just taking his last breath,” Brian Quon said. “You could tell. He had his head back, and his eyes were rolling into the back of his head.

Prosecutors claim Hernandez killed both men while riding as a passenger in the SUV.

Hernandez is already serving a life sentence for killing a Dorchester man.