Sport ESPN’s Bob Ley questions Patriots’ White House trip amid Aaron Hernandez’s death

14:32  20 april  2017
14:32  20 april  2017 Source:   Patriots Wire

NFL champs to visit Trump hours after ex-player's death

  NFL champs to visit Trump hours after ex-player's death The Super Bowl-champion New England Patriots are visiting the White House to accept congratulations from President Donald Trump for another NFL title. Trump's welcome to the team later Wednesday is coming hours after the news from Massachusetts prisons officials that ex-Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in his prison cell.

Roughly 12 hours after former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez ’ s death in his Massachusetts prison cell, the team he once played for was on the South Lawn of the White House celebrating their fifth Super Bowl championship.

Just hours after Aaron Hernandez ' s death , the Patriots were celebrating their Super Bowl victory at the White House . Was it in bad taste? You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. ESPN ’ s Bob Ley questions Patriots ’ White House

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Roughly 12 hours after former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's death in his Massachusetts prison cell, the team he once played for was on the South Lawn of the White House celebrating their fifth Super Bowl championship.

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  With death, Aaron Hernandez will no longer be convicted murderer Under Massachusetts law, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will no longer be a convicted murderer due to his suicide.So as a result of his suicide, the former New England Patriots tight end will no longer be a convicted murderer.

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In the team's decision to continue the event as scheduled with President Trump at roughly 2 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, one ESPN pundit questioned that choice amid Hernandez's sudden death.

ESPN's longtime anchor Bob Ley voiced his opinion on Wednesday following the Patriots visit to Washington.

"I am stunned - stunned - that they're going to go ahead with the ceremony today," Ley said, per a Los Angeles Times report. "And I understand the focus of football very well, I think, as a civilian, and the pride the Patriots rightfully take in what they've achieved with this championship.

Former Agent For Aaron Hernandez: “No chance he took his own life”

  Former Agent For Aaron Hernandez: “No chance he took his own life” Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell this morning, and according to law enforcement, he hung himself. But not everyone believes that the former New England Patriots tight end committed suicide.Here's his former NFL agent, Brian Murphy, tweeting that Hernandez would "never take his own life."Absolutely no chance he took his own life. Chico was not a saint, but my family and I loved him and he would never take his own life.- Brian Murphy (@A1Murph) April 19, 2017There's more.

The New England Patriots ’ White House visit will go on as scheduled Wednesday afternoon. Bob Ley believes that is a bad idea. The ESPN commentator expressed incredulity that the team would go through with their Super Bowl LI celebration after former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was

The New England Patriots ’ White House visit will go on as scheduled Wednesday afternoon. Bob Ley believes that is a bad idea. The ESPN commentator expressed incredulity that the team would go through with its Super Bowl LI celebration after former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was

"There are two major stories today, unless, God forbid, something else tragic happens on the national scene. They are the Hernandez death of apparent suicide and the Patriots' visit to the White House. And in light of everything we've talked about, they will forever be linked."

The Patriots organization has yet to release a statement on the passing of Hernandez, and will reportedly cease from releasing such at this time.

Just five days prior, Hernandez was acquitted of double murder charges dating back to a 2012 nightclub shooting. Hernandez was in the midst of serving life in prison for the convicted murder of Odin Lloyd.

PHOTOS: THE RISE AND FALL OF FORMER PATRIOTS TE HERNANDEZ

What happened?: Aaron Hernandez went from talented Patriots tight end with a bright future. to a life sentence in prison. On Wdnesday morning, the saga came to a shocking end as the 27-year-old wa found hanged in his cell. How did it come to this? Let's look back and track the rise and fall of his career. Timeline of the rise and fall of former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez

Hernandez once told NFL reporter, 'I'll kill you' .
Aaron Hernandez was an expert at misleading people during his 27-year life, which is why so many were shocked to learn that the he was capable of murder. Rapoport, who now works for NFL Network but covered the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald when Hernandez was with the team, spoke with Peter King of The MMQB about Hernandez this week. Rapoport said he was actually quite friendly with Hernandez, and he shared one very chilling story about a conversation he had with the former Patriots tight end when they first became familiar with one another.

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