Crime Disturbing details emerge about Hernandez's death

19:12  20 april  2017
19:12  20 april  2017 Source:   12up.com

Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison

  Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison Was being acquitted in his double murder trial just the first in a series of legal victories to come for Aaron Hernandez? His new lawyer thinks so.Jose Baez, who served as Hernandez’s attorney for the double murder trial, believes Hernandez could eventually get out of prison.“I think so, I think so,” Baez told TMZ when asked in an interview whether he thinks Hernandez will get out of prison. “I think that if we look back at some of the things that are available to appeal on that case, I think there’s a strong likelihood. And if he hires me for the second trial, we’re going to go all at it.

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Some details are beginning to emerge about Hernandez ' s suicide, which many have claimed isn't as simple as it seems. It is known to be much more dangerous than normal marijuana, and has directly led to several deaths and countless hospitalizations.

​Aaron Hernandez's apparent suicide on Wednesday morning has been well-documented. The former ​Patriots tight end hung himself by his bedsheets while in solitary confinement, and was found early on Wednesday morning. 

​However, it may not be as straightforward as it sounds. 

Some details are beginning to emerge about Hernandez's suicide, which many have claimed isn't as simple as it seems. 

​​Synthetic marijuana, also known as K2 or Spice, is an illegal drug used for recreational use in place of regular marijuana. 

It is known to be much more dangerous than normal marijuana, and has directly led to several deaths and countless hospitalizations. The most common symptoms following the intake of synthetic marijuana include agitation, nausea and in some cases, hallucinations. 

If it is confirmed that Hernandez was smoking K2 in his solitary confinement unit before his death, it would clear up a lot of the murkiness surrounding the case. Many people, including his lawyer and former teammates, have insisted that Hernandez would never kill himself, suspecting foul play. 

Hernandez's lawyer thinks ex-NFL star was murdered?

  Hernandez's lawyer thinks ex-NFL star was murdered? One of the attorneys who represented Aaron Hernandez in his most recent murder trial does not believe the former NFL star would take his own life, and the lawyer is planning to investigate the death. Jose Baez, who helped Hernandez get acquitted just days ago of murdering two men outside a Boston nightclub back in 2012, has launched an investigation on behalf of Hernandez’s family. Baez has reportedly not ruled out that Hernandez was murdered by either his fellow inmates or someone who works at the prison where he was being held.

Aaron Hernandez ' s Lawyer Reveals Shocking New Details On The Athlete' s Death . However, two new details have surfaced that give some insight into Hernandez ’ s life before his death .

Daily Mail then came out with a story that claimed that of the three suicide notes Hernandez left before his death , one was addressed to his jailhouse lover and allegedly the last one who saw Hernandez alive. New details have emerged about Kyle Kennedy, a 22-year-old who was jailed for a

It seems all the more likely, given the other details coming out concerning how Hernandez was found.

​​A bible verse, especially one as famous as John 3:16, is an odd thing to write on one's forehead before committing suicide. Could he have done so after smoking the synthetic marijuana?

​The reality is that nobody will ever really know why Hernandez decided to do what he did. 

Whether it be foul play or drugs, though, all we can do is wait to hear more details about the situation. 

Judge orders evidence preserved in Hernandez prison suicide .
A judge on Friday ordered key evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star's fiancee so the family can investigate the circumstances of his death. 

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