The tragic ending of an American American football star (Part 1)

Aaron Josef Hernandez, born November 6, 1989, a American football player famous for winning the College Football Championship for universities, ended his life by hanging himself in a bar. Souza-Baranows prison’s lim in Shirly at the age of 27. This tragic outcome can only be explained by having star sickness and not being able to control itself.

Aaron Josef Hernandez was born in Bristol, Connecticut, the son of Dennis Hernandez, a native of Puerto Rico and Terri Valentine-Hernandez, of Italian descent. Dennis died when Hernandez was 16 years old. According to Hernandez’s mother, the death of his father greatly influenced Hernandez, especially his rebellious temperament.

Suicidal after 5 days acquitted

At 3h5 on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, according to Souza-Baranowski spokesman Christopher Fallon, prison guards found Hernandez unconscious in the cell. An hour later, the former Super Bowl champion New England star Patriots was told to take his last breath at UMass Memorial-HealthAlliance Hospital in Leominster.

Hernandez is confined to a solitary confinement cell, in state prison under maximum security control. He hanged himself using a bed sheet tightly tied to the cell window. Even Hernandez tried to block the door from inside with different objects.

Lawyer Jose Baez then wrote on behalf of the Hernandez family: “The family and lawyers were surprised and shocked by the news of Aaron’s death. There was no conversation or information from Aaron indicating he could do such a thing. He expected justice to give him a second chance to prove his innocence. Those who love and care for him are heartbroken, wanting to know the truth about his sudden death. We require the authorities to conduct a transparent and comprehensive investigation. Baez Law Firm will participate by opening a separate investigation into this tragic event. ”