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Articles tagged: Aaron Hernandez murder

Aaron Hernandez indicted for 2012 double murder in Boston

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted on two counts of first degree murder on Wednesday stemming fromĀ a shooting that took place in Boston’s South End back in July 2012. The news was first reported by FOX 25’s Ted Daniel. Hernandez has already been sued by the families of the two men,…Read More

Aaron Hernandez reportedly threatened to kill jail officer

When Aaron Hernandez was first sent to the Bristol County House of Corrections and charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd, we heard nothing but positive stories about the way he had been behaving. That hasn’t been the case lately. On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Hernandez is being investigated for allegedly threatening to shoot and…Read More

Aaron Hernandez to be kept in special isolation for 30 days after fight

Aaron Hernandez has been kept in solitary confinement since he was arrested and sent to Bristol County House of Corrections over the summer, but he was apparently not as lonely as he could have been. After allegedly beating up a fellow inmate who was wearing handcuffs earlier this week, the former New England Patriots tight…Read More

Report: Inmate Aaron Hernandez beat up was in handcuffs

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez reportedly got into a fight with another inmate on Tuesday and beat him up “pretty badly.” It is unclear what started the fight, though TMZ reported that the guy Hernandez attacked was harassing him nonstop. He also may have been unable to defend himself. On Thursday, TMZ…Read More

Aaron Hernandez reportedly attacked another inmate

Aaron Hernandez has managed to keep a relatively low profile since he was arrested and sent to Bristol County House of Corrections over the summer, but that changed on Tuesday when TMZ reported that Hernandez attacked a fellow inmate. Hernandez, who has been kept in solitary confinement while behind bars, was apparently allowed to walk…Read More

Aaron Hernandez not allowed to watch any Patriots games in jail

If Aaron Hernandez is interested in finding out how his former team is faring in its quest for a Super Bowl trophy, he will have to learn via word of mouth. The general population at the Bristol County House of Correction was allowed to watch one hour of the AFC Divisional Round playoff game between…Read More

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