Aaron Hernandez’s mind to be donated for CTE study, counsel say

BOSTON – Jose Baez, a invulnerability profession for Aaron Hernandez, stood in front of a Office of a Chief Medical Examiner and purported that his defunct client’s mind was being illegally hold by a country Thursday afternoon.

Baez confirmed that Hernandez’s family members wish to present his mind to Boston University’s CTE core in sequence to learn either Hernandez suffered from ongoing dire encephalopathy. Hernandez, 27, allegedly hanged himself in a jail dungeon Wednesday morning.

He was portion a life judgment for initial grade murder, after personification 3 seasons in a NFL with a New England Patriots.

Ex-Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's mind will be donated to Boston University.

Ex-Patriots star Aaron Hernandez’s mind will be donated to Boston University.

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“If we don’t get answers and answers quickly, we’re going true to court,” Baez said.

Aaron Hernandez, ex-NFL star, kills self in jail cell

No autopsy formula have been done open by a medical examiner. Hernandez’s physique was expelled Thursday yet his mind was hold by a medical examiner, according to Baez.

Aaron Hernandez, a former New England Patriots NFL football player, was found passed in his jail dungeon from what officials announced was a suicide. He was 27. Five days before a jury found Hernandez not guilty for a double carnage of dual immigrants guned down in a 2012 drive-by shooting, yet he was still portion a life judgment for a 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

“We’re questioning everything,” Baez said. “We’re not rejecting anything. We’re gripping all of a options open, that is what everybody else should be doing.”

Baez labeled his regard a “destruction of justification issue.” He also charged that there is a “culture of misconduct” by military in Boston.

Baez remarkable that Hernandez’s family had done arrangements with a medical examiner’s bureau to send Hernandez’s mind to BU’s CTE Center. The settled purpose was to support in investigate that competence advantage immature football players.

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