Hernandez Family Wants Trauma Researchers To Examine BrainQuestions continue to surround the apparent suicide of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez.
Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide In PrisonJust days after jurors acquitted Aaron Hernandez of a double murder, the ex-NFL star committed suicide in prison where he was serving a life sentence for another murder, hours before his ex-teammates of the New England Patriots visited the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl victory, authorities say.
Trump Congratulates Patriots, Doesn't Mention Hernandez President Donald Trump congratulated the New England Patriots on their Super Bowl win Wednesday but the normally joyous White House ritual was marred by the suicide of their former teammate Aaron Hernandez.
Aaron Hernandez Found Not Guilty Of Double MurderJurors have found ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez not guilty of double murder.
Closing Arguments Begin In Aaron Hernandez’s Double Murder TrialJurors in the double murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez are hearing closing arguments after more than a month of testimony.
Ex-NFL Star Begins Presenting Defense In Double-Murder Trialfter spending most of his life playing offense, former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been focusing on nothing but defense for the past few years.
Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancée Testifies In His Double-Murder TrialAaron Hernandez’s fiancée took the witness stand as testimony continues in the ex-NFL star’s double murder trial in Boston.
Defense: Killer Of 2 Is Star Witness, Not Aaron HernandezThe defense attorney for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is doing what he is supposed to do, casting a shadow of doubt over his clients alleged guilt.
TMZ: Hernandez Prison Calls To Pouncey Could Be Key In CaseProsecutors intend to use prison phone calls from one former NFL star to another to help prove a murderous intent.
Judge Denies Ex-NFL Star's Bid To Delay Double Murder TrialA man who survived a deadly 2012 drive-by shooting in Boston identified Aaron Hernandez in court as the one who pulled the trigger.
Court Rules Prosecutors Can Search Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez's PhoneProsecutors were given permission to examine a cellphone owned by former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez for possible evidence in his upcoming double murder trial, the highest court in Massachusetts ruled Friday, ending a long-running legal battle.