Aaron Hernandez’s former agent: ‘No chance’ he committed suicide

Some tighten to Aaron Hernandez trust a convicted killer might have been murdered, with his former representative observant there’s “no chance” he committed suicide.

The late Patriots parsimonious finish was found unresolved in his dungeon early Wednesday morning during Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass., according to a state’s Department of Correction. Hernandez was afterwards ecstatic to UMass Leominster where he was conspicuous dead.

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Former Patriots parsimonious finish Aaron Hernandez was found passed Wednesday morning, according to authorities.

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But a ex-NFL star’s former agent, Brian Murphy, and invulnerability attorney, Jose Baez, are doubtful that he killed himself.

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.

“Absolutely no probability he took his possess life,” Murphy tweeted. “Chico was not a saint, though my family and we desired him and he would never take his possess life.”

The contemptible story of Aaron Hernandez

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Aaron Hernandez, (r.) talks with his lead profession Jose Baez.

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The 27-year-old — who was portion a life judgment but a probability for release for a 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd — was found passed only 5 days after a jury found him not guilty for a 2012 double homicide. Baez, who was hired by Hernandez final summer to paint him in a latest trial, pronounced “there were no conversations that would have indicated anything like this was possible.”

“Aaron was looking brazen to an event for a second probability to infer his innocence,” Baez pronounced in a statement, referring to a probability that a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court would overturn his client’s first-degree murder conviction. “Those who adore and caring about him are sad and dynamic to find a law surrounding his black death. We ask that authorities control a pure and consummate investigation.” 

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