Aaron Hernandez's Gang Affiliations Revealed In Death Report

Adjust Comment Print

"This was the supremes, the almightys plan, not mine!" Tell my story fully but never think anything besides how much I love you. Look after (redacted) and (redacted) for me-these are my boys (YOU'RE RICH).

Aaron Hernandez went on to tell his fiancee, "You're rich", and mentioned Savage Garden's hit track, "I Knew I Loved You", at the bottom of his page.

"Shay", Hernandez writes in the handwritten note published by NBC Boston on Friday. Investigators determined with a "reasonable degree of certainty" that the letters found in Hernandez's cell were written by him, the report states.

A death report released Friday by Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. also says Hernandez once threatened to kill a correction officer and his family.

The same inmate added that Hernandez had become more spiritual and was "always quoting the Bible".

"There was absolutely no indication he would do anything like that".

He arrived in April 2015; by the end of that May, Hernandez had four formal disciplinary reports, for being involved in a fight, blocking his cell door, getting a tattoo in prison, and using another inmate's phone card. Since Hernandez's appeal in the 2015 Odin Loyd's murder case was still pending in court when he died, TMZ claims, under MA law he can't be considered guilty post-mortem.

Hernandez, who grew up in Bristol, Conn, played with the Patriots from 2010-2012.

Capitals top Penguins, force Game 7
It came on the Senators' second shot on goal of the game and marked the first time Ottawa scored first in the series. Two wins in elimination games later, and the Capitals have pushed all of that pressure back onto the Penguins .

Hernandez was convicted of murder in MA for the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd and was serving a life sentence.

Additional official documents provided to the Boston Herald state Aaron Hernandez was a member of the "Bloods Street Gang".

The same day, one of the suicide notes left behind by former National Football League star was also released by prosecutors.

According to the report on his death investigation, completed by Massachusetts State Police, Hernandez also slicked the floor with shampoo and hung a second bed sheet outside of his door, blocking officers' view inside.

"Staff was having a hard time holding Inmate Hernandez up due to shampoo and water that was poured throughout the cell floor", one officer wrote.

A Bible found nearby, open to the same verse, was marked by a drop of blood.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."
The images were consistent with marks on the feet of Jesus Christ when he was nailed to the cross. Hernandez's appeal hadn't been heard yet when he killed himself. If a defendant is unable to partcipate in appealing a sentence in the Bay State, their conviction can be vacated, effectively declaring them innocent in the eyes of the law.

It won't be that simple, however, because prosecutors in MA are fighting to keep Hernandez's conviction on the record.