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Posted by V the K at 9:56 am - April 21, 2017.
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According to the UK Daily Mail, football thug Aaron Hernandez left behind three suicide notes. One to his fiancée, one to his daughter, and one to his prison boyfriend.

Sources close to the investigation tell DailyMail.com that the third letter was written to Hernandez’s gay prison lover, who has not been identified but was believed to be the last person Hernandez spoke to before he took his own life.

Now that man is currently under ‘eyeball to eyeball’ suicide watch.

Hernandez’s family, by the way, are continuing along the “avoid personal culpability” pathway, claiming alternately that Hernandez was murdered or killed himself due to traumatic brain injuries caused by the NFL.

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  1. If true, the suicide notes pretty much absolve the prison of any culpability.

    Comment by Craig Smith — April 21, 2017 @ 12:12 pm - April 21, 2017

  2. Hernandez is a sad story, from start to finish. That he would leave multiple notes shows some awareness of the impact of his actions on others. Heck V, maybe your other post was right: maybe killing himself was his way of reclaiming some shred of conscience or honor? Maybe he died in a spirit of repentance?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 21, 2017 @ 12:13 pm - April 21, 2017

  3. “The notes were discovered next to a Bible opened to John 3:16, the same verse that Hernandez had written across his forehead in marker.” – There it is.

    Unless the whole thing was a super-complicated jail murder (as is also suggested in the article – but it seems improbable, to me).

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 21, 2017 @ 12:22 pm - April 21, 2017

  4. His prison boyfriend?? **I stifle a chortle**

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — April 21, 2017 @ 12:40 pm - April 21, 2017

  5. Whoa whoa whoa…. I though gayism was genetic. Now it’s caused by concussions?

    Hmm, well that might at least explain why Hillary and Huma spend so much time together.

    Comment by Sathar — April 21, 2017 @ 12:59 pm - April 21, 2017

  6. @ ILC: Saying that he did this as some sort of modern seppuku? Sure, maybe.

    That he had a prison lover isn’t precisely surprising. We know it happens all the time- and I’m sure Hernandez was the top in that relationship (if not, oh my!) What is surprising is that he apparently cared enough about the other man to leave him a note. I’m sure some people will say that this is proof that Hernandez was bisexual or something. But I’ll leave that for the gay gossip sites and whatever adult site is ghoulish enough to make a movie that ties in to the story.

    Comment by Sean L — April 21, 2017 @ 2:14 pm - April 21, 2017

  7. Sean – Yes.

    And I agree with your other comments. Eating tacos doesn’t make you Mexican; not even if you stay in Mexico a long time and eat a lot of them. It’s normal for straight guys in prison to have gay sex – and to remain internally straight, that is, to continue PREFERRING women (who are simply unavailable).

    P.S. Hernandez could have been the bottom – if he were overpowered or needing protection. But the article associates him with prison violence. To me, that hints he was keeping up a fight against the other guys over time, thus a top.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 21, 2017 @ 2:20 pm - April 21, 2017

  8. Unless the whole thing was a super-complicated jail murder (as is also suggested in the article – but it seems improbable, to me).

    The timing is a little strange. Don’t ya think somebody would commit suicide after being convicted, instead of acquitted of a crime? His attorney who got him off the double-murder charge said he was looking forward to overturning his conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd on appeal. Surely he told AH about his confidence in that possibility; that would give me hope and another reason to live awhile longer. And the John 3:16 thing; it sounds just like what someone would expect a pre-suicidal repentant prisoner to do. Yet, I haven’t heard anything about AH being a jailhouse convert.

    Then there’s there apparent fact that he put soap over the floor so he would be assured of completing the act in case he chickened out. Hmmm…he put soap on the floor, or someone else put soap on the floor so he would have little chance of escaping? That doesn’t fit the profile of men who commit suicide; generally speaking, once they make the decision to do the deed, that’s it—they have no problems with follow through and do everything to make it as quick as possible. (Which is why you rarely see males–at least heterosexual males–slit their wrists: too much drama, takes too long.)

    I’m sure Hernandez was the top in that relationship

    I think that’s a safe assumption. We don’t know what the contents of the note are (assuming he wrote them himself), but I’ll put money down on saying it isn’t filled with sonnets expressing tender love. If I had to guess, I’d say their relationship was more akin to fcukbuddies on the outside world.

    Hernandez could have been the bottom – if he were overpowered or needing protection. But the article associates him with prison violence.

    Yeah, and Hillary Clinton could be a very sweet, nice person who truly cares about Teh Gheys, but I won’t believe it no matter how many times she and/or Peter of The Daou say it. He was disciplined for getting into a fight while in the Suffolk County jail and also served as a lookout for an offensive action while at the MCI facility. If he were someone who could open fire on someone because they spilled a drink on him at a bar and otherwise ‘dissed’ him (which I believe did happen), then he’s capable of playing the tough guy in prison as well.

    Comment by RSG — April 21, 2017 @ 9:33 pm - April 21, 2017

  9. Don’t ya think somebody would commit suicide after being convicted, instead of acquitted of a crime?

    No, I don’t. If the person “did it” and has no conscience or remorse, they can live with being convicted, as prison is just another place to live. If the person “did it” and has conscience/remorse, they may see their conviction and prison term as a fair punishment to be endured; acquittal may be what’s unendurable.

    In the moment when Hernandez was acquitted, he didn’t give a determined smile of righteous relief. He sobbed – which suggests conflicting emotions. Perhaps he knew on the inside that he shouldn’t have been acquitted, at least not entirely?

    Hmmm…he put soap on the floor, or someone else put soap on the floor so he would have little chance of escaping?

    Let’s keep it simple. It should be possible to determine forensically if Hernandez wrote the 3:16 verse on his forehead with his own, unforced and voluntary movements. (Ditto for the suicide notes.) If he didn’t: it was murder. If he did: It was suicide, although perhaps his motive does still need to be accounted for; for example, perhaps he was blackmailed or pressured in some way?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 22, 2017 @ 2:34 am - April 22, 2017

  10. […] for example, perhaps he was blackmailed or pressured in some way?

    So now we have more coming out about the event. I had forgotten that AH had reportedly been distributing his possessions to fellow inmates in the weeks before his death. That certainly fits in with evidence of suicide (though it doesn’t answer the particular question of timing, as in why Wednesday and not a later point in time). Curiously, there are no reports of the authenticity of his forehead message or the suicide notes. But now there are reports that he was a closet bisexual (as opposed to “gay for stay”, as initially suggested) and that the murder for which he was deemed guilty of was an attempt to silence his friend from spilling the beans to his fiancée (who is the sister of the woman Odin Lloyd was dating). Also, a longtime friend from high school, reported to be his male lover, was subpeoned to testify at the trial and was the beneficiary of one of the accounts he moved money into just after his arrest.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/details-surface-aaron-hernandez-secret-bisexual-life-article-1.3087455

    Comment by RSG — April 22, 2017 @ 3:51 am - April 22, 2017

  11. The NY Daily News says that, in his suicide notes to his fiancee and young daughter, he told them of his bisexuality.

    Assuming that various claims are true…it’s possible to read Hernandez as an almost-good kid who went down in a series of mistakes. Maybe he killed Lloyd in a fashion that was more panicked and semi-accidental, than pre-meditated or malicious. Maybe he would have accepted (or did accept) his own gay side, but then he was going “Crap, I already killed a guy, I’m awful for that”. If he killed himself, he did it from some kind of shame. We’re still not sure what kind. A gay leftie would leap to the idea that it was shame over his gay side; my alternate suggestion is that he could have been ashamed over being a murderer or having botched his life. But all this is speculation. We know that *somebody* made the whole thing into a John 3:16 statement and that is interesting.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 22, 2017 @ 11:29 am - April 22, 2017

  12. We know that *somebody* made the whole thing into a John 3:16 statement and that is interesting.

    Indeed. And probably the least reported part of the story so far…

    Comment by RSG — April 23, 2017 @ 1:06 am - April 23, 2017

  13. As to the date or weekday:
    – Maybe it was the same day the Patriots were at the White House?
    – or maybe the Wednesday night guard was a known jagoff? he wouldn’t check on Hernandez in time?
    – or maybe someone woke up that morning and just had to?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — April 23, 2017 @ 3:56 pm - April 23, 2017

  14. Forgot about how the day of the White House appearance might have an impact on him (given that he stated that he followed the team and was disappointed in Robert Kraft for implying he was like a son to him and then dropping him like a hot potato).

    But I’m guessing something like #2 was the most likely ‘motivating factor’. If you are going to do a particular act, it’s always best to do it during the greatest opportunity for human error.

    Comment by RSG — April 24, 2017 @ 3:15 am - April 24, 2017

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