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    OT Aaron Hernandez dead

    Wow. Hanged himself in prison

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    If you can't do the time, don't do the crime(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiZery View Post
    Wow. Hanged himself in prison
    Not to speak ill of the dead or anything, but **** that piece of ****.

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    Editing this: Hernandez' first conviction was voided under a very technical Massachusetts criminal procedural law (you need a live defendant to have a case pending appeal, otherwise it reverts to where the case, including the trial, never happened)(link provided by okaydo):

    http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/201...pvJ/story.html

    I was using the term "innocent" only in that the court system essentially now doesn't recognize Hernandez' first case as even having been brought. Now even defendants who have a trial against them have a presumption of innocence. But for his first case, it's as if the trial or charge never even happened. You now, it's like $C vacating its wins during the Reggie Bush era.

    As for what he really did, well, that's another story.
    Last edited by KoreAmBear; 04-19-2017 at 11:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoreAmBear View Post
    Hernandez died innocent under the law.
    He was serving life without parole

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoreAmBear View Post
    Hernandez died innocent under the law.
    He killed the guy he got convicted of murder for to cover up the double murder he got off on.

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    This raises a number of questions: what was the thread count on the sheet to hold such weight? Will Hernandez be listed as "questionable" in the Pats next injury report?

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    Was Johnny Cochrane not available to defend AHern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoreAmBear View Post
    Hernandez died innocent under the law.
    What are you talking about? He was already in jail for killing somebody else. This is no loss!

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    His death apparently voids the original conviction.

    "Hernandez was still in the process of appealing his 2014 conviction of murdering Odin Lloyd, which means a legal principle dating back to English common law called “abatement ab initio” applies to his case. “Ab initio” translates to “from the beginning” and chief legal counsel to the Massachusetts Bar Association Michael Healy told the Boston Globe that the principle reverts a case to its start if the convicted party dies before the appeals process has concluded."

    “Unfortunately, in the Odin Lloyd matter, for the family, there won’t be any real closure,” Healy said. “Aaron Hernandez will go to his death an innocent man.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by socaliganbear View Post
    His death apparently voids the original conviction.

    "Hernandez was still in the process of appealing his 2014 conviction of murdering Odin Lloyd, which means a legal principle dating back to English common law called “abatement ab initio” applies to his case. “Ab initio” translates to “from the beginning” and chief legal counsel to the Massachusetts Bar Association Michael Healy told the Boston Globe that the principle reverts a case to its start if the convicted party dies before the appeals process has concluded."

    “Unfortunately, in the Odin Lloyd matter, for the family, there won’t be any real closure,” Healy said. “Aaron Hernandez will go to his death an innocent man.”
    Yes I saw that too- so the family may get his pension and any other money due on his contract, denied under the conviction charge and the Pats get cap relief. Win- win
    Last edited by GB54; 04-19-2017 at 08:28 AM.

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    Plus Hernandez gets to sue Bob Kraft for cutting an innocent man

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    Does anyone know if by him committing suicide, his daughter gets money she would not of got if he was found guilty. It would explain why he did it right now. If nothing else, it seemed that he cared about her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusArelliusDaBearius View Post
    Does anyone know if by him committing suicide, his daughter gets money she would not of got if he was found guilty. It would explain why he did it right now.
    That's the working theory but I suspect the murder victims family may sue for same




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