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Aaron Hernandez Found Dead in Prison

20 April 2017, 08:51 | Anna Nguyen

The onetime tight end for the New England Patriots was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead about an hour later.

A prison spokesman told the Boston Globe that Hernandez had not been on a suicide watch and did not indicate that he meant to harm himself.

The Department of Corrections says he was in single cell in a general population unit and that he "hanged himself utilizing a bed sheet that he attached to his cell window". "If there had been concerns, Hernandez would have been on mental health watch in a different part of the prison, the spokesperson said". The report includes two examples: a former Roman Catholic priest in prison for child molestation was beaten to death in his cell in 2003; and a man in prison for killing two abortion clinic workers in 1994 committed suicide behind bars.

Healy said the legal rule states that upon a person's death, their case reverts to its initial status - before the trial and conviction - if they haven't exhausted all their appeals.

Meanwhile, Hernandez's former agent Brian Murphy said there was "no chance" he could commit suicide. "I had never been involved in a case with so much reasonable doubt".

"The family and legal team is shocked and surprised at the news of Aaron's death", Baez said in a statement to the Boston Herald. But he's got friends and supporters - people who care about him.

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There have been several other inmate suicides at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center, several attacks on prison staff and several instances of inmate-on-inmate violence. He was a world-class athlete whose name was very, very well-known in MA.

That was before Hernandez racked up scoring records in high school and rocketed to the Florida Gators as a top recruit.

Details have continued to emerge regarding the discovery of Aaron Hernandez's body, and the condition in which he was found.

At the time Hernandez, who had pleaded not guilty, was overcome with emotion as the verdict was read, moving his head from side to side, wiping his eyes and weeping.

Correction officers attempted "lifesaving techniques" on Hernandez.

Hernandez was drafted in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Patriots and signed a four-year contract extension less than a year before Lloyd's death. He was convicted and sentenced to life without parole. Prosecutors had said Hernandez opened fire on Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado while the two men were inside a stopped vehicle because he was mad that they bumped into him at the club, causing him to spill his drink, the AP reported.

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