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'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

21 April 2017, 08:04 | Gladys Abbott

'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide Prison Officials

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez reportedly had Bible verse "John 3:16" written on his forehead at the time of his suicide.

The official report listed Hernandez's manner of death suicide and the cause asphyxia by hanging.

"There were no signs of a struggle, and investigators determined that Mr. Hernandez was alone at the time of the hanging", the statement said.

Hernandez family lawyer Jose Baez said earlier Thursday the medical examiner was "illegally" holding the brain after releasing the body to a funeral home.

Aaron Hernandez's family has made a decision to donate his brain to medical researchers, his lawyer, Jose Baez, said at a press conference Thursday.

"If we don't get answers quickly we're going straight to court", said Baez. "It is literally a destruction of evidence issue, and that is the problem here". In the past, scientists have also secured the brains of certain murderers and Hernandez fell into that category as well. CTE, or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, is a disease often found in the brains of athletes who have sustained head traumas. Many news accounts report that Hernandez and Meyer regularly studied the Bible together and that Meyer assigned Tebow - then a Florida Gator who would soon become the most outwardly devout Christian to play in the National Football League - to keep an eye on Hernandez. When asked if he accepted the ruling, Baez said, "We'll accept the determination after an investigation is complete".

"If he killed himself, it is the only explanation", a source close to the former New England Patriots tight end's family told the Daily Mail.

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A top MA official says the medical examiner will release Aaron Hernandez's brain to Boston University for research as soon as the investigation into his death is completed. The former New England Patriots player was found dead in his cell Wednesday.

He had his daughter with Shayanna Jenkins, who he began dating in 2007.

Odin Lloyd's mother, Ursula Ward, is still pursuing the "summary judgment motion that was allowed months ago that already established [Hernandez's] liability in this case", her attorney, Doug Sheff, said, adding that they now expect to be able to "move ahead on the damages portion of the case". Hernandez, 27, died five days after a jury acquitted him in the 2012 shooting deaths of two men whom prosecutors alleged he gunned down after one accidentally spilled a drink on him at a Boston nightclub.

Already in prison-where suicide rates are higher than the USA population at large-Hernandez also met a number of factors that indicate an inmate could be more at risk for suicide, said Christine Tartaro, criminal justice professor at Stockton University and author of the book Suicide and Self-Harm in Prisons and Jails.

Hernandez had been serving a life sentence without parole for the 2013 slaying of a onetime friend.

Baez earlier on Thursday accused the state of reneging on a deal to hand Hernandez's brain over along with his body.



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