Foul Play Suspected In The Death Of Aaron Hernandez

Foul Play Suspected In The Death Of Aaron Hernandez

Early this morning, the world was shocked to hear the news that former NFL star Aaron Hernandez was found hanged in his prison cell. This comes nearly a week after Hernandez was acquitted of a double murder. Some felt that his acquittal could mean that he could appeal his previous murder conviction, for which he was serving a life sentence. Though authorities are saying that Hernandez’s death is an apparent suicide, there are others close to the ex-New England Patriots tight end are suspecting foul play.

Hernandez’s former agent Brian Murphy tweeted, “Absolutely no chance he took his own life. Chico was not a saint, but my family and I loved him and he would never take his own life.”

Jose Baez, the attorney who successfully represented Hernandez during his double murder trial is also skeptical. According to Bleacher Report:

According to TMZ Sports, Baez “has launched an investigation on behalf of Hernandez family and they are not buying the suicide story” and “believes this could be a murder either by inmates or the folks who run the prison.”

Hernandez was serving life for the 2013 murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.

Read here about another former New England Patriot who took the illegal route. 

2 Comments on this Post

  1. The fact that the Prison did not do their job and do a count on time holds them legally accountable. The story seems too hard to believe. I question it all. Iam a ex prison worker myself from a different state…I say unlikely he took his own life. Rest in peace Aaron): God has this!

  2. Vern Surette

    No way in hell do i believe he would kill himself. The truth will eventually surface. I believe he made mistakes in his life but the end result is not deserved or in any way correct. He should still be with us.

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