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Aaron Hernandez prison lover claims that the deceased NFL star, photographed, bragged about killing four people before committing suicide in his cell

Aaron Hernandez prison lover claims that the deceased NFL star bragged about killing FOUR people before his suicide

  • The former Patriots star was convicted of one murder and acquitted of two others
  • Friend Kyle Kennedy said he had admitted double murder and another
  • & # 39; He just joked and said, "I have four bodies," says Kennedy
  • A new book claims that he killed Jordan Miller in a case of a wrong identity
  • Hernandez was convicted in the first murder case for the death of Odin Lloyd
  • Prosecutors then claimed that Hernandez had shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado
  • Super Bowl-winning Hernandez took his own life in prison at the age of 27 in April 2017
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Aaron Hernandez prison lover has claimed that the deceased NFL star bragged about killing four people before committing suicide in his cell.

The close end of the former New England Patriots, who was convicted of one murder and acquitted of two others, took his own life in prison at the age of 27 in April 2017.

Now his friend Kyle Kennedy has said that Hernandez gave in to the double murder he was acquitted of – and bragged about another.

Kennedy told me Radar Online: & # 39; Aaron always told me he had four murders. He just always joked and said, "I have four bodies."

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Aaron Hernandez prison lover claims that the deceased NFL star, photographed, bragged about killing four people before committing suicide in his cell

Kyle Kennedy, in the photo, said that convicted murderer Hernandez has also given in to a double murder and bragged about another

Kyle Kennedy, in the photo, said that convicted murderer Hernandez has also given in to a double murder and bragged about another

The prison lover of Aaron Hernandez claims that the deceased NFL star, left, bragged about killing four people before committing suicide in his cell. Kyle Kennedy, rightly, has said that convicted murderer Hernandez has also admitted to a double murder case and bragged about another

A new book, Aaron Hernandez & # 39; s Killing Fields by journalist Dylan Howard, claims that Hernandez went looking for Odin Lloyd, to whom he was found guilty of murder in 2015, a week before his death in 2013.

The book further claims that he has found Jordan Miller instead, whose murder has not yet been solved.

Police detective Bo Dietl tells Howard: & It sounds like Hernandez is getting a tip from one of his boys. That Odin Lloyd is at this location. [Next] Jordan Miller is shot in his house, shot through [a] drive-through through the window. & # 39;

He added: & # 39; It is quite possible that Odin Lloyd could have been in that apartment, and if they look the same, what I believe they do. They then shot the wrong man.

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& # 39; I don't care if he pulled the trigger or not, if Aaron Hernandez was involved in the conspiracy to kill Odin Lloyd and Jordan Miller, it's the same as pulling the trigger. & # 39;

Super Bowl-winning Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before his arrest in 2013 on the first of three allegations of murder. The Patriots ended his $ 40 million contract and he never returned to the NFL.

Hernandez served a life sentence in the murder of Odin Lloyd in the photo, a semi-professional football player who went out with the sister of Hernandez's fiancé

Hernandez served a life sentence in the murder of Odin Lloyd in the photo, a semi-professional football player who went out with the sister of Hernandez's fiancé

Hernandez served a life sentence in the murder of Odin Lloyd in the photo, a semi-professional football player who went out with the sister of Hernandez's fiancé

A jury found Hernandez not guilty of first-degree murder in the murder of Daniel de Abreu, in the photo, and Safiro Furtado

A jury found Hernandez not guilty of first-degree murder in the murder of Daniel de Abreu, in the photo, and Safiro Furtado

Prosecutors had claimed that Hernandez had shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado after a confrontation in a nightclub in 2012
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Prosecutors had claimed that Hernandez had shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado after a confrontation in a nightclub in 2012

A jury found Hernandez not guilty of first-degree murder in the murder of Daniel de Abreu, left, and Safiro Furtado, right. Prosecutors had alleged that Hernandez had shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in 2012 after a nightclub confrontation

Hernandez was convicted in the first murder case in 2015 for the death of Lloyd, but was acquitted in April 2017 of an unrelated double murder.

Prosecutors had claimed that Hernandez had shot Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in 2012 after a nightclub confrontation.

He took his life to jail days later.

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His conviction for murder was reinstated in March in a major ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Court, which overrides the legal principle that made the former NFL star innocent in the eyes of the law after killing himself in prison.

Doctors later discovered that 27-year-old Hernandez had progressed to CTE at a level that had never been seen in someone so young.

Abandoned Super Bowl-winning Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before his arrest in 2013 on the first of three charges for murder. The Patriots ended his $ 40 million contract and he never returned to the NFL

Abandoned Super Bowl-winning Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before his arrest in 2013 on the first of three charges for murder. The Patriots ended his $ 40 million contract and he never returned to the NFL

Abandoned Super Bowl-winning Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before his arrest in 2013 on the first of three charges for murder. The Patriots ended his $ 40 million contract and he never returned to the NFL

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