Aaron Hernandez Death Scene Details: Blood, A Bible & A Chilling Message!

The station also reports that one of the last people to see Hernandez alive is now in isolation on what is called "eyeball suicide watch". Massachusetts state police have launched an investigation into Hernandez's death, which authorities say occurred early Wednesday at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts. Prison officials say they had no indication Hernandez was suicidal and if he had appeared to be, he would have been transferred to a mental health unit. He hanged himself with a bed sheet that he attached to a window, Fallon said. Hernandez tried to block the cell door from the inside by jamming it with various items, Fallon said. It convicted him of a single charge: unlawful possession of gun.

The death of the former New England Patriots tight end Wednesday will nearly certainly lead to the expungement of his 2015 first-degree murder conviction for the slaying of Odin Lloyd since the case was still under appeal in MA.

Hernandez had a reputation for being a religious person during his college football career at Florida and would read the Bible with head coach Urban Meyer every morning at 7:30 AM. The judge sentenced him to an additional four to five years in prison, separate from his life sentence, for that conviction.

He was serving a life sentence for the murder of Odin Lloyd in June 2013.

"If you die before that part of the process, it's as if we're saying you didn't get the full process", she said. Through thick and thin right or wrong we never left each other's side.

Hernandez grew up in Bristol, Connecticut, and played for the Patriots from 2010 to 2012. "Especially after him getting acquitted of the double murder". Hernandez's appeal had not yet been heard by the state's high court. "It just doesn't add up".

Massachusetts Department of Corrections officials did not respond to requests on Wednesday for more current figures on prisoner suicides.

The New England Patriots learned of former tight end Aaron Hernandez's apparent suicide as they prepared to go to the White House to celebrate their fifth Super Bowl title.

Prosecutors suggested Lloyd may have been killed to keep him quiet about the 2012 Boston killings.

SUICIDE PREVENTION HELP: The National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255) is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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