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Aaron Hernandez commits suicide in prison

Discussion in 'General NFL Talk' started by shaner82, Apr 19, 2017 at 7:58 AM.

  1. shaner82

    shaner82 Well-Known Member

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  2. santeesteel

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    At least he saved the taxpayers a bunch of money. Now they don't have to pay his upkeep for decades. I hope his victims families have some kind of closure now.
     
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  3. TerribleTowelFlying

    TerribleTowelFlying Staff Member Site Admin

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  4. Ray D

    Ray D Staff Member Mod Team

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    Trying to care...

    Can't.
     
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  5. SteelCity_NB

    SteelCity_NB Staff Member Mod Team

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    I try not to trample on the soul of a dead person, but I have zero remorse or pity for Hernandez. He had all the opportunity in the world and made terrible choices. He was just a bad person.
     
  6. blountforcetrauma

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    What an absolute waste of a life. Dude could have had the world at his fingertips and instead chooses to be an idiot.
     
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  8. MojaveDesertPghFan

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    To quote Walter Brennan's character in Bad Day At Black Rock: "We'd like to help but we're too consumed with apathy".
     
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  9. blountforcetrauma

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    Goodell will probably order the flag to half staff at league HQ and will probably force every team to wear AH initials on their helmet this season. Also I'm assuming he has ordered a full investigation in to the whereabouts of James Harrison as well.
     
  10. TerribleTowelFlying

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    It would be a shame if something bad happened to his lawyer, too. I'll show myself out.
     
  11. blountforcetrauma

    blountforcetrauma Well-Known Member

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    Lawyers are buried 20ft below the ground because deep down they're really good people. Remember?
     
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  12. santeesteel

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    Isn't Saul Goodman his lawyer?
     
  13. Blast Furnace

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    After tasting the good life, there was no way he could handle being in a cage for the rest of his life.

    Plus he was making enemies, there was at least one report of him fighting. He's a big guy but there is always someone bigger. Could have been having a rough time in there.

    Wonder what was going through his mind when NE won another SB. Could have been with them instead of rotting in prison. Thats a bitter pill to swallow.
     
  14. bigbenhotness

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  15. Lizard72

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    There was an article written about dying while a prior conviction is in appeal. Something about the conviction being nullified. Probably thought it was a way for him to give money to his daughter.

    Just speculation if you ask me, but a possibility. Probably never know if she does get anything.
     

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