Aaron Hernandez spoke with his fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, hours before he was found dead in his prison cell in what is believed to have been a suicide, according to Travis Andersen and John R. Ellement of the Boston Globe.
Former New England Patriot and a convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez killed himself in prison on Wednesday (April 19). After a Bible verse was found written on his forehead, more questions have been raised about his death.
Questions remain after former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell by a corrections officer early Wednesday morning.Photo Credit: AP, File
FOXSports.comAaron Hernandez's death ruled a suicide by authoritiesFOXSports.comBOSTON — Aaron Hernandez's death in prison has been ruled a suicide and the former NFL star's brain is being donated to sports concussion researchers, Massachusetts authorities said Thursday. The declaration by prosecutors, state police and public ...Aaron Hernandez's death ruled a suicideUSA TODAYFamily wants Aaron Hernandez's brain studied, but officials refuse to release itLos Angeles TimesMedical examiner rules...
WASHINGTON ― It’s a familiar story: An inmate takes his or her life inside a prison or jail, and family and loved ones are left wondering how the incident possibly could have happened. This time, the public interest is even higher ― one of the most famous prisoners in America, former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, was found dead in his cell on Wednesday morning, according to the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
We have a long way to go when it comes to having a healthy, productive dialogue about mental health. Case in point? Reactions to the death of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez.
Aaron Hernandez died innocent of murder, despite the conviction for which he was serving a life sentence. It may be technical, but it's true. Aaron was convicted in 2015 of murdering Odin Lloyd. He was serving a life sentence when he was found…