Sport New details emerge of Aaron Hernandez's time behind bars

00:21  20 may  2017
00:21  20 may  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

Fiancee: Aaron Hernandez thought he was going to be freed

  Fiancee: Aaron Hernandez thought he was going to be freed Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez sounded as if he thought he would soon be freed in his last conversation with his fiancee before he killed himself. Shayanna Jenkins-HernandezShayanna Jenkins-Hernandez says in an interview on "Dr. Phil" scheduled to air next week that he said "Daddy's going to be home ... I can't wait to hold you and love you" in a telephone conversation hours before he was found hanged in his prison cell on April 19.

Details continue to emerge about Aaron Hernandez ' s life behind bars in the wake of his suicide, including the many nicknames that he had at at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster, Massachusetts.

The disciplinary record provides one of the first looks into Hernandez ’ s life behind bars before his Though described as a lookout, Hernandez was seen on surveillance video entering and exiting the cell several times , according to Trial Set For Ex- New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez in 2012 Killings.

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The late Aaron Hernandez kept busy while detained inside Bristol County House of Corrections for nearly two years, telling one corrections officer that he dreamed of chasing him and his family while on vacation.

Escaped inmate captured 6 miles from federal prison

  Escaped inmate captured 6 miles from federal prison An inmate who escaped from a high-security level Federal Prison in Merced County was captured Saturday night, the Department of Justice said. Guaymar Cabrera-Hernandez, 26, vanished Friday night from the United States Penitentiary in Atwater, officials said. The penitentiary was secured upon his disappearance and staff immediately initiated a search for Cabrera-Hernandez.

Documents Shed Light on Hernandez ' s Time in Prison. Link. A full report by Massachusetts State Police reveals new details Aaron Hernandez ' s suicide.

Documents Shed Light on Hernandez ' s Time in Prison. Link. A full report by Massachusetts State Police reveals new details Aaron Hernandez ' s suicide.

Hernandez, 27, hanged himself in a prison cell at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center last month, but the former Patriot’s time in Bristol County, where he was held before and during his first murder trial, is coming into focus.

A disciplinary report obtained by NBC outlines Hernandez’s transgressions, including telling one officer that Hernandez wanted to be “my father figure and show me how to be a man.” Another guard reported that after he denied Hernandez a extra tray of food, Hernandez called him “a scared b----.” The report also says that the officer noted that Hernandez said he would kill the guard and shoot his family.

One filing recounts an altercation with another inmate that featured the inmate spitting in Hernandez’s face and calling him a member of the Bloods gang. Another highlights Hernandez punching an inmate walking with his hands behind his back in the face.

Escaped inmate captured 6 miles from federal prison

  Escaped inmate captured 6 miles from federal prison An inmate who escaped from a high-security level Federal Prison in Merced County was captured Saturday night, the Department of Justice said. Guaymar Cabrera-Hernandez, 26, vanished Friday night from the United States Penitentiary in Atwater, officials said. The penitentiary was secured upon his disappearance and staff immediately initiated a search for Cabrera-Hernandez.

How do men such as Hernandez carry on relationships behind bars ? And so the older man, who has usually already served major time , feeds the kid, and gets him a little something to smoke or snort. New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez #81 during joint practice.

The details into the death of Aaron Hernandez confirmed some things we already knew, such as it was ruled a suicide. The report confirmed that Hernandez left behind three notes next to his bible. He said many Christians have a hard time accepting that God will forgive them.

Hernandez was taken into custody on June 26, 2013 and convicted of first-degree murder for killing Odin Lloyd on April 15, 2015. He was labeled Inmate #174954 and locked up under the supervision of sheriff Thomas Hodgson for the majority of the interim.

“He was a master manipulator,” Hodgson told the News.

During a cell search, Hernandez was found to possess a paper that read: “MOB.” Hernandez told the officer that it stood for “Money Over B------.” Hernandez was told that it meant more and that it would be taken away.

Hernandez proceeded to eat the paper and tell the guard, “Lock me up.”

Cell G-1 in the Special Management Unit was Hernandez’s home for much of his time on site. During one response to a disciplinary finding, Hernandez denied any wrongdoing and added “#ThisJailIsCorrupt” and “PutMoreFoodOnTrays.” He ended the message: “#WhoeverReadsThisTellTheSheriffISendMyLoveAndSendHugsAndKisses.”

Hernandez was transported within the jail with leg irons and double-lock shackles. There were restraints put on his wrists and he was strip searched often. He was allowed recreation periods once a day, and injured himself once when trying to spin while walking. He fell to the ground, but insisted that he was fine. He noted that he was “horsing around.”

Communication between inmates in neighboring cells was conducted via a “fishing line” of ripped paper that one officer noted measured 15 feet in Hernandez’s cell.

Hernandez’s conviction was abated last week. Susan Garsh, the Fall River, Mass., judge who oversaw Hernandez’s murder trial, ruled that Hernandez was considered innocent in the eyes of the commonwealth because he had not yet exhausted his appeal prior to his death.

Aaron Hernandez reportedly miserable in prison: 'He was an easy target' .
Aaron Hernandez's time in prison was not the cake walk he expected. Despite alleged claims that he would "run this place," Hernandez reportedly wasDespite alleged claims that he would "run this place," Hernandez reportedly was "miserable" as he served a life sentence for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

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