Guards Make Another Shocking Discovery By Door Of Aaron Hernandez Jail Cell After Finding Him Dead
As you may have already heard, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, was found Wednesday hanged by a bed sheet in his jail cell. But what you may not know is WHAT else they found in his cell…
Massachusetts correctional facility guards were confused after seeing the jail cell door of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez jammed with items. But when they finally cleared and opened the door they were shocked to find former NFL star Aaron Hernandez dead.
It was definitely NOT a typical day for the Massachusetts Department of Corrections who released a statement. Facility officials confirmed the details of Hernandez’s death. They talked about how he was discovered after Hernandez reportedly tried to jam the door of his single cell with various items in an attempt to keep guards out.
Just yesterday, Aaron Hernandez was discovered hanging in his cell. Corrections officers at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley Massachusetts were made aware something was going on just before 3:05 a.m. when they found him. Although lifesaving techniques were attempted on Hernandez and he was transported to UMASS Leominster, they were too late and he was pronounced dead at 4:07 a.m. by a physician at the hospital.
Because Hernandez was in a single cell in general population housing, it was easy for him to hang himself utilizing a bed sheet that he attached to his cell window without interruption. Hernandez also blocked his door from the inside, jamming the door with various items. The Massachusetts State Police are continuing the investigation.
Hernandez had been serving a life sentence without parole for the murder of Odin Lloyd, which occurred in 2013. Hernandez was well known as a former tight end for the New England Patriots from 2010 to 2012.
It was obvious that Hernandez didn’t want to be saved from suicide. In John Hawkins’ new book ‘101 Things All Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches in chapter 84 that, ‘There is safety in numbers’. And having a cellmate may have deterred Hernandez’s attempt to commit suicide.