Aaron Hernandez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Juror links Aaron Hernandez to Deflategate, dismissed from murder trial

    Boston Globe "Three people were selected Friday to serve on the jury for the upcoming double murder trial of Aaron Hernandez, capping a bizarre day that included a Deflategate reference and some jurors possibly flouting a judge’s order barring any discussion of the case against the former New England Patriots..." February 18

  • Aaron Hernandez’s gun tattoos can be used against him

    Pro Football Talk "Already convicted of one murder occurring in June 2013, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez faces charges of a double murder arising from a drive-by shooting in July 2012. And while the Constitution prevents Hernandez from being required to testify against himself, his body and and will be..." January 10

  • Aaron Hernandez reportedly got tattoos depicting guns he used to murder people

    Larry Brown Sports "Aaron Hernandez appeared in court Tuesday for a pretrial hearing ahead of his double murder trial, and the prosecution provided some intriguing new information that will be used in an attempt to convict the former New England Patriots tight end. Hernandez, who is charged with killing..." December 28

  • Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer has absurd Russian hacker claim

    Sportsnaut "Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the past year or so, you already know that the world is in the midst of a controversy of epic proportions. It has to do with claims that Russian hackers attempted to sway the outcome of the 2016 United States Presidential election in favor of..." December 22

  • Aaron Hernandez Identified as Shooter by Man Who Survived 2012 Drive-By Shooting

    Complex "Aaron Hernandez is going to spend the rest of his life behind bars after being found guilty of murdering his former friend Odin Lloyd in June 2013. But despite the guilty verdict in that case, Hernandez is still being forced to deal with another serious legal issue at the moment. He stands accused..." December 21

  • Aaron Hernandez suing after his jailhouse phone calls were hacked

    Fox Sports "The lawsuit filed in federal court in Boston charges Dallas-based Securus Technologies Inc. with negligence, breach of contract and invasion of privacy. It demands that Securus provide an account of how the conversations were accessed, how many were heard and who listened. The suit says the..." November 30

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