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    Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    via The Boston Globe:

    #BREAKING: Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez kills himself in prison bos.gl/wDFKF1g




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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Good riddance. At least now we don't have to hear about him any more.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    How could anyone be so f'n stupid to flush such a blessed life down the toilet the way he did? I guess once a punk always a punk. The only tragedy here is his 4 year old daughter caught up in the middle of this and growing up without knowing a father in her life.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    What a waste...

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by smokin3000gt View Post
    How could anyone be so f'n stupid to flush such a blessed life down the toilet the way he did? I guess once a punk always a punk. The only tragedy here is his 4 year old daughter caught up in the middle of this and growing up without knowing a father in her life.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    He would rather be dead than caged. You guy with so much energy was probably getting all kinds of crap in jail about how dumb he was. Could not take it anymore.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Peter King sums it up for me

    Aaron Hernandez: A Waste in Every Sense

    Spare no sympathy for Aaron Hernandez, who was blessed with rare ability and promise but left a swath of ruined lives, from his victims and their families to his now-fatherless daughter—and of course, himself

    http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2017/04/19/a...ife-peter-king

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    I can agree with Peter King there...




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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Funny, the same thing I said after Osama Bin Laden was killed applies here:

    Any loss of life is a shame and something to be mourned, regardless of whose life it is. But, if anyone had to lose their life today, I'd rather it be him than an innocent.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    For most people yes but if the person is a piece of shit who takes lives and hurts people then good riddance to them and I hope someone pisses on their grave.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by Craic View Post
    Funny, the same thing I said after Osama Bin Laden was killed applies here:

    Any loss of life is a shame and something to be mourned, regardless of whose life it is. But, if anyone had to lose their life today, I'd rather it be him than an innocent.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by smokin3000gt View Post
    For most people yes but if the person is a piece of shit who takes lives and hurts people then good riddance to them and I hope someone pisses on their grave.
    IMO, it's for everyone. Person A's opinions on person B's death doesn't say as much about how Person B viewed life as much as it does about how Person A views the preciousness of life. That's why, IMO every lost life should be mourned, I don't care who it is. And yes, that includes Hitler, OBL, or even Tom Brady. Don't equate that with thinking they deserved to live or deserve to be mourned for who they are. Rather, it's the idea that another human being, regardless of personhood, has died.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    The next big news in the case is that after they examine his brain, they will blame concussions for his murder spree.

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertSteel View Post
    The next big news in the case is that after they examine his brain, they will blame concussions for his murder spree.
    I didn't think about that but you're right. Then a lawsuit against the NFL.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by smokin3000gt View Post
    I didn't think about that but you're right. Then a lawsuit against the NFL.
    I mean after all, he only shot somebody before he played in the NFL. It's not like they died. Only after playing in the NFL did he actually murder people. Same with OJ. It's a solid case.

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertSteel View Post
    The next big news in the case is that after they examine his brain, they will blame concussions for his murder spree.
    Yup, just waiting for that to happen. The media will have a field day with it and people who are dumb enough, would actually start to believe that playing football would make you a murder.

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.3086678

    He was half a homo. He executed the dude who knew about it. How come he didn't shoot Tom Brady too?
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Honestly I think he did it to get his family through a loop hole. Since his trial was in appeal, technically he isn't guilty of anything yet. So he, or his family in this case can now get the rest of his contract from the Patriots. At least that's the way I understand it. I'm sure @Atlanta_Dan can expound on what I'm saying.






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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    http://www.snopes.com/hernandez-abatement-ab-initio/

    Due to an obscure Massachusetts legal doctrine, Aaron Hernandez's death vacates his conviction and entitles his family to $15 million under the terms of his severed NFL contract.
    RATING

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    WHAT'S TRUE

    Under the legal doctrine of abatement ab initio, Aaron Hernandez's conviction will be vacated on the basis of his death during an active appeal.
    WHAT'S FALSE

    Hernandez's contract was severed in June 2013 based on his arrest and not his subsequent conviction, and it will not be reinstated by the NFL.
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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by smokin3000gt View Post
    http://www.snopes.com/hernandez-abatement-ab-initio/

    Due to an obscure Massachusetts legal doctrine, Aaron Hernandez's death vacates his conviction and entitles his family to $15 million under the terms of his severed NFL contract.
    RATING

    MIXTURE
    WHAT'S TRUE

    Under the legal doctrine of abatement ab initio, Aaron Hernandez's conviction will be vacated on the basis of his death during an active appeal.
    WHAT'S FALSE

    Hernandez's contract was severed in June 2013 based on his arrest and not his subsequent conviction, and it will not be reinstated by the NFL.
    Victims families are already lined up if the money is ever released , before his arrest he had already put money in an account for his daughter in another account for his fiance and in a 3rd account for his HS " friend" who some claim was his boyhood lover ...

    just what I have read as for validity I can not say

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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by smokin3000gt View Post
    http://www.snopes.com/hernandez-abatement-ab-initio/

    Due to an obscure Massachusetts legal doctrine, Aaron Hernandez's death vacates his conviction and entitles his family to $15 million under the terms of his severed NFL contract.
    RATING

    MIXTURE
    WHAT'S TRUE

    Under the legal doctrine of abatement ab initio, Aaron Hernandez's conviction will be vacated on the basis of his death during an active appeal.
    WHAT'S FALSE

    Hernandez's contract was severed in June 2013 based on his arrest and not his subsequent conviction, and it will not be reinstated by the NFL.
    Thanks for the clarification. :-)






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    Re: Former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In Prison

    Good. The only one who deserves money is the daughter and fiancé. The rest of the family can go hang themselves...




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