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Aaron Henandez

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He will stand trial for murder again in February.  The linked (long) article provides great insight into how his brother has processed this entire ordeal.  Well written and very insightful:

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 No one but Aaron Hernandez will ever fully grasp how a millionaire tight end came to gun down a friend three summers ago. But Aaron's older brother, Jonathan, was there from day one, and he witnessed all the little moments, all the poor choices, all the unwise associations that led to murder. That perspective cost Jonathan his way of living—but that's O.K. He understands

http://www.si.com/longform/2016/aaron-hernandez-brother-dj-hernandez/index.html?noroute=true

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the attention and making him out to be some sort of victim (that is going on from many, including media, on social media) is disgusting.  22 vets commit suicide every day because of their living hell and not a peep.  

 

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31 minutes ago, Herb said:

This is effed up...he was convicted but because he died before all of his appeals were exhasuted he gets to go to the grave as an "innocent man" in the eyes of the State of Massechussetts:

 

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/04/19/hernandezdismiss/BvCcJQ1Ubg3mJAze0ttpvJ/story.html

 

 

i don't get that.  conviction is conviction.  it changes only if an appeal won.

and yes, f'ed up for sure.

 

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saw earlier that he left 3 notes: 1 to his 4yo daughter, 1 to his fiancee, and 1 to his 'prison lover'.  he also soaped the floor so he wouldn't be able to get good footing and not complete the act as well as stuffing stuff under the door to make it more difficult to open by guards.  Family insisting this is due to football concussion brain injury; have donated his brain to Boston University(?) for study, but coroner hasn't released the brain yet tho the body has been released to family.

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