Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Aaron Hernandez Conviction Thrown Out


Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez is no longer guilty of murder after his conviction is thrown out...

Earlier this month Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in prison while awaiting appeal on his 2013 murder conviction after he was found guilty of killing his friend Odin Lloyd [click here if you missed that].

The conviction was thrown out because, as per Massachusetts law, Aaron died before exhausting his appeals.

12 comments:

YouDamnRight said...

ALL planned!! His Fiance and Child are set for life! WOWWW!!

Anonymous said...

Ken Lay (the Enron guy) had a similar siuation, except he had a heart attack (and no autopsy was performed.) It is what it is.

Anonymous said...

The civil suits for wrongful death are coming. Fiance isn't set just yet.

Anonymous said...

If the money is NFL pension money or put in a trust for his daughter that his fiancee administers....it is exempt from civil suits. Right?

Anonymous said...

The NFL pension part is 100% correct. The Goldmans won a 33 million dollar civil suit against OJ Simpson but they could not get any of the millions in his NFL pension account. If the Goldmans collected $500.000 from OJ I'd be shocked.

Anonymous said...

He definitely planned this. Cause in his letter he said to his fiannce' you're RICH.

Anonymous said...

Also since they weren't married his money goes to next of kin...the child unless he had a will, which I seriously doubt

Your Highness said...

I knew that fool killed himself... I am not impressed by this plan. It woulda better had he not murdered Odin or the others.

Tippie Toes said...

^3:35 in total agreement

Anonymous said...

12:30 I said the same thing when this news came out today. I thought he did the John 3:16 for redemption, but it appears he saw himself as the sacrificial lamb to create a better outcome for his family. This ninja may have had a God complex.

prissa o said...

I only hope his fiancée and daughter go and continue to live quiet lives after this. Because if they don't and instead decide to pursue celebrity (i. e. book deal, reality show, children's clothes model, etc) this will look more suspicious than it already does...

Anonymous said...

I bet you any amount of money that the state will pass legislation to change this law.

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