Aaron Hernandez’s genocide strictly ruled a self-murder after autopsy

BOSTON — Aaron Hernandez, a convicted killer and former New England Patriot, committed self-murder in his jail dungeon scarcely 5 days after he was clear of a double carnage in Suffolk Superior Court, according to his autopsy.

Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Henry N. Nields achieved an autopsy on Hernandez Wednesday and resolved Thursday that a demeanour of genocide was self-murder and a means asphyxia by hanging.

There were no signs of struggle, per Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.

The central means of genocide for Aaron Hernandez is asphyxia by hanging.

The central means of genocide for Aaron Hernandez is asphyxia by hanging.

(Stephan Savoia/AP)

Early Jr. settled that Hernandez was sealed in his dungeon about 8 p.m. on Tuesday. No one entered a dungeon until a improvement officer celebrated him during 3:03 a.m. and forced his approach by a doorway that was detained by card tangled in a tracks.

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The dungeon was processed by State Police Detectives and Crime Scene Service Troopers. Investigators found 3 hand-written records subsequent to a Bible in a cell.

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.

Hernandez was portion a life judgment after being convicted of first-degree murder in 2015 for a 2013 sharpened genocide of Odin Lloyd in North Attleboro, Mass.

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