Is Aaron Hernandez a Serial Killer?

Originally posted by 3minutedrill

Aaron Hernandez not guilty pleaESPN– Aaron Hernandez ambushed and shot to death two men after a chance encounter inside a Boston nightclub, prosecutors said Thursday as they announced new murder charges against the former NFL star, who was already awaiting trial in another shooting death. 

The victims in the 2012 killing, Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, were shot to death in a car as they waited at a red light on a July night in Boston’s South End neighborhood.

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley would not elaborate on what happened in the nightclub, other than saying that the encounter “triggered a series of events that ended in the murders.” But he said that after the men left, Hernandez followed in an SUV, then pulled up alongside the vehicle and fired multiple shots from a .38-caliber revolver into the passenger’s side, killing de Abreu and Furtado, and wounding a third man. Two other passengers in the car were uninjured.

Conley said there was no evidence that Hernandez knew the victims prior to that evening.

Weeks after the double shooting, Hernandez signed a five-year deal worth about $40 million with the New England Patriots and went on to play in 12 games that season. A spokesman for the Patriots said the team had no comment.

Hernandez is already awaiting trial in the June 2013 shooting death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd near Hernandez’s North Attleborough home and is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to murder in Lloyd’s death.

Here is the definition of a serial killer, according to the best source in the world – Google:

A serial killer is typically defined as a person who murders three or more people over a period of more than 30 days, with a “cooling off” period between each murder, and whose motivation for killing is largely based on psychological gratification.

Okay so according to what he’s being indicted on, Hernandez waited a year before bringing his death toll up to 3. I don’t care. There’s absolutely no chance Aaron Hernandez is only responsible for 3 murders. It honestly wouldn’t surprise me if he had a hand in the majority of the murders in Boston over the last few years. Textbook NFL star with a secret life as a sociopathetic, murdering drug dealer, straight out of a storybook.

This is really a one of a kind story. I hope we get some more insight into what Hernandez had going on in his gigantic nutcase of a brain. Probably some really interesting stuff. Maybe once he gets sentenced and is officially going to be spending most of his life in jail, he’ll open up to make some money for his fiancee who couldn’t have possibly known what was going on!

I wanna know everything, I want a book written by Hernandez – well not directly written by Hernandez – but a book based on a writer’s interpretation of Hernandez’s telling of his story. I want all the details of the crimes and how he balanced it with football. I want to know how he hid it, who knew what and how much money he was making.

Sam Hurd’s story was finally brought to life in all its detail through an interview with SI’s Peter King last year – and it was an amazing read. Hurd was just a heavy weed user and recreational dealer. He shared and sold weed to his teammates, via large amounts of weed he’d bring in from California among other places until he got in over his head over a cocaine deal he thought was with a cartel. He won’t be in jail his entire life, he’s a seemingly good guy who got in way over his head and learned his lesson.

Aaron Hernandez’s story is Sam Hurd’s story on 1998 MLB-level steroids. This story needs to be a bigger deal, and I need to know everything. It’s a stereotype to “focus on negative news stories” but I’m a lot more interested in this than I am a 7th round draft pick by the Rams.


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