Wednesday, April 19, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: Aaron Hernandez, former NFL player, found dead in prison cell, officials say

Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots star who was convicted of murder in 2015, killed himself in his prison cell Wednesday morning, officials said.

Hernandez, 27, was found hanging in his cell by corrections officers around 3:05 a.m. at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center, Massachusetts Department of Correction officials said in a statement.

He was pronounced dead an hour later.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good.

Anonymous said...

byeeeeeee

Anonymous said...

Tax dollars saved....bye bye scumbag..

Anonymous said...

Although HE killed himself, still justice served!!

Okay, next up to the plate? Come on, don't be shy now - who's next?

Anonymous said...

The person he killed is in heaven
Aaron is in HELL.

Anonymous said...

Too bad this didn't happen to Michael Vick when he was in Prison!

Anonymous said...

You know I agree - but what a shame, here is a kid that came from the streets obviously. He worked his way into college, then on to the NFL, not just NFL but one of the best teams. Because he could not shake his past, he remained a thug, and gang member, and drug dealer.

Are we really vetting players in college, do we look at their past? Are we just taking thugs over kids that honestly want to play ball - because thugs, well they are just thugs.

So in my eyes, this is a drug dealer, gang member gone off the street we save money on. The big question is - WHEN are HS, Colleges, NFL going to look into the thugs they all have on their teams. Stop recruiting them just on talent, and start recruiting them on talent and heart.

Anonymous said...

great news hope it was Slooooooooooooooooooow.

Anonymous said...

9:21 AM: With colleges and NFL it is all about the dollar. They don't care anything about the player's character or morals, only about talent. It will not change.

Anonymous said...

He was one bad dude with no regard for life.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure he could not face life in prison after the privileges he had and blew away. This happens to too many the thug mentality never left him he dealt out his justice and now he got justice. Wish this would make a mark on other athletes out there as I have heard for years, no little bird ever flew so high he didn't have to come down sometime.

Anonymous said...

Inside job

Anonymous said...

Prob taunted him.....)