Aaron Hernandez Case Study

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Aaron Hernandez was a Patriot’s star player at the age of 23 with a 25-million-dollar contract. June 26, 2013, Hernandez was arrested and dropped from the Patriots team for allegedly shooting and killing Daniel Abreu, Safiro Furtado in 2012, and Odin Lloyd in 2013. Hernandez had gotten a drink spilled on him in a club by Abreu and Furtado, and Hernandez followed them, pulled up to their car and shot a loaded revolver towards the victims. Charged with double homicide, investigators found evidence linking this 2012 case to his case about Lloyd. Within less than a year, Hernandez was charged with first-degree murder, his destiny of becoming a football superstar was taken away.
The sister of Hernandez’s Fiancé was partying with Hernandez in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Lloyd was last seen with Hernandez and two other men, Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace, heading down the street from Hernandez’s home in a Nissan Altima. Security surveillance showed these men leaving around 2:30pm and from the industrial park they drove to, surveillance showed the Altima around 3:22am, neighbors called police reporting gunshots between 3:23 and 3:27am, and at 3:29 the Altima pulled into Hernandez’s driveway. This
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Though this NFL conduct is in the light, it is unnecessary because the U.S. criminal justice system has the ability to end the professional sports careers of society’s worst criminals. Everyone asked themselves how could such a successful, talented person throw their opportunity away like this? Crimes from the past always catch up and come to light in the justice system. The NFL from now on is trying to prevent incidents like this from happening from making their off field standards stronger, and making consequences stronger that come with
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