Aaron Hernandez’s last victim

by New York Post

The last image we will have of him is the only one that hinted a human heart actually beat inside the murderous shell of Aaron Hernandez, who killed himself in his jail cell Wednesday morning, ending one of the most terrible chapters in the history of American celebrity. Last week, just before he was acquitted...

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PEOPLE.com reports:

Aaron Hernandez’s Murder Victim’s Family Reacts to His Suicide: ‘This Is God’s Will’

Before disgraced NFL star Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in his prison cell early Wednesday, in Massachusetts, he was convicted or acquitted of killing three other people — whose families each had their own reactions to Hernandez’s death.

“I’m not happy about his death. It’s actually a shame,” Ernesto Abreu told the Boston Globe. “Any loss of life is a shame. I believe in leaving things in God’s hands.”

Abreu’s 29-year-old son, Daniel de Abreu, was killed in 2012 along with Safiro Furtado, 28,...

New York Post reports:

Murder victim’s dad: Aaron Hernandez’s death is a shame

For the father of one of the victims Aaron Hernandez was accused of killing, the former Patriots’ star’s suicide feels no different from anyone else’s death. Ernesto Abreu, who watched Hernandez be acquitted of murdering his son, Daniel de Abreu, and another man in court on Friday, expressed no feelings of vengeance toward Hernandez when asked about...

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Aaron Hernandez’s suicide may screw over his victim’s family

By hanging himself in his prison cell, Aaron Hernandez may have just screwed his murder victim’s family out of recovering any civil damages — all thanks to an obscure, centuries-old snippet of Massachusetts case law. “Aaron Hernandez will go to his death an innocent man” in the eyes of the law, Martin Healy, chief legal...