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Aaron Hernandez - Found guilty of First Degree Murder (UPDATE: committed suicide)

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I thought you said he had a shark in his cell. That would be much more cooler to have in prison than a shank.....everyone has a shank.....I bet nobody has a shark.

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I thought you said he had a shark in his cell. That would be much more cooler to have in prison than a shank.....everyone has a shank.....I bet nobody has a shark.

 

 

I know I'm not F'ing with anyone with a Great White Shark on a leash.

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Poooosey 

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I can finally finish my book now.

 

Aaron Hernandez: When keeping it real goes wrong.

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F that guy. 

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My sympathy lies with the families of his victims, not with him.......he freely chose a gangster lifestyle over an NFL career.

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37 minutes ago, cowboy_ron said:

My sympathy lies with the families of his victims, not with him.......he freely chose a gangster lifestyle over being a decent human being

Fyp

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I feel for the families of his victims but I also think it's a great shame. A young man who had such potential and was having a good NFL career.

I know that it's his choice to take the life of a gangster over being a football player and over being a good human being. But it's a shame that he couldn't get it together and that as a result he's taken his own life.

I know it's wrong, but he could have still lived a good life after release. He could have turned things around but he was obviously a deeply troubled man. 

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3 minutes ago, UK_EaglesFan89 said:

I feel for the families of his victims but I also think it's a great shame. A young man who had such potential and was having a good NFL career.

I know that it's his choice to take the life of a gangster over being a football player and over being a good human being. But it's a shame that he couldn't get it together and that as a result he's taken his own life.

I know it's wrong, but he could have still lived a good life after release. He could have turned things around but he was obviously a deeply troubled man. 

He was serving life without parole, so there was no turning things around. He was never getting out of prison.

 

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What a waste.

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1 minute ago, 20Safety_Hazards said:

He was serving life without parole, so there was no turning things around. He was never getting out of prison.

 

Ah... Must have overlooked that... I thought life was 25 years but hadn't appreciated the without parole bit. 

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Rest in piss 

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1 minute ago, UK_EaglesFan89 said:

Ah... Must have overlooked that... I thought life was 25 years but hadn't appreciated the without parole bit. 

The article I read had that fact buried at the tail end of the article. So it was easy to overlook. I agree with everything else you wrote. 

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Feel bad for his daughter.  Who knows if he ever even killed Odin.  There was never any evidence to show that he did, just thst he was there with the other guys involved as well.   Now this makes you really think about that.

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6 minutes ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Feel bad for his daughter.  Who knows if he ever even killed Odin.  There was never any evidence to show that he did, just thst he was there with the other guys involved as well.   Now this makes you really think about that.

Nah.

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24 minutes ago, 20Safety_Hazards said:

He was serving life without parole, so there was no turning things around. He was never getting out of prison.

 

Apparently, under Massachusetts law, he gets an automatic appeal after X amount of years

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30 minutes ago, UK_EaglesFan89 said:

I feel for the families of his victims but I also think it's a great shame. A young man who had such potential and was having a good NFL career.

I know that it's his choice to take the life of a gangster over being a football player and over being a good human being. But it's a shame that he couldn't get it together and that as a result he's taken his own life.

I know it's wrong, but he could have still lived a good life after release. He could have turned things around but he was obviously a deeply troubled man. 

He was never going to be released...he was doing life without parole.

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Just because you hang yourself in a prison cell, that doesn't change the fact that the cowboys suck.

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11 minutes ago, paco said:

Apparently, under Massachusetts law, he gets an automatic appeal after X amount of years

That's true. He gets an automatic appeal to MA Supreme Court and he could have spent his life filing more appeals. There's a chance he could have been released from prison eventually due to an appeal. Under his current sentence, first-degree murder in MA carries automatic life without parole, so he would not be released from prison (unless he won an appeal).

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27 minutes ago, RememberTheKoy said:

Who knows if he ever even killed Odin.  There was never any evidence to show that he did, just thst he was there with the other guys involved as well.   Now this makes you really think about that.

That's not what the jury thought.

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1 hour ago, paco said:

I can finally finish my book now.

 

Aaron Hernandez: When keeping it real goes wrong.

 

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1 hour ago, paco said:

I can finally finish my book now.

 

Aaron Hernandez: When keeping it real goes wrong.

Charlie Murphy would've made a great Odin.

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