Aaron Hernandez‘s jail self-murder has unraveled a disaster of authorised confusion.
Officials contend a justice had “no choice” though to respect a decrease doctrine on Tuesday — we know, trusting until proven guilty (or dead, apparently) — in a former athlete’s interest for a 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.
This new growth blitzed a New England Patriots with a intensity problem, as a group competence now be on a offshoot to compensate out a residue of Aaron’s $6 million income to his estate.
The former athlete’s attorney, Jose Baez, told TMZ his authorised group is in talks with Hernandez’s former agents to see how a decrease will impact his contract.
Baez says Hernandez’s family is still lamentation over his comfortless self-murder and are not rushing to take any specific action.
If a group were systematic to compensate out a remaining sum, it would go to his customer and fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, who Aaron declared was “rich” in his self-murder note to her.
Prosecutors have suggested that a ex-pro designed his self-murder — that came days after he was clear in a apart 2012 double murder — in a ploy to feat a decrease doctrine and make his family… well, rich.
Baez, of course, doesn’t buy that theory, saying:
“I don’t give it any fragment of credit during this point.”
Stranger things have happened, that’s for sure!
Do U consider a Patriots will have to compensate up?
[Image around DJ Hernandez/Instagram.]