NFL: Aaron Hernandez - Mass Murderer

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  1. cyclone4L

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    Crazy stuff. People like to blame CTE but he was a thug when Urban Meyer found him. But wait... Isn't Urban Meyer supposedly the greatest when it comes to shaping young men's lives. At least that's what he believes.
     
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    Being an elite football player and a serial killer sounds like a lot of work. I barely have enough energy to get through my day, which does not include killing and covering up murders.
     
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    If you listen to the Gladiator podcast, it might be more than that. Guy was all kinds of trouble.
     
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    Don't we generally refer to these people as "serial killers?"
     
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    You think that's hard, try being a serial killer who also works in forensics for the police department, having to continually cover your tracks on both sides.
     
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  7. CloneFan4

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    With one of the greatest seasons (First season) in tv history!
     
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    I think the whole "St. Urban" thing has been pretty well debunked. He's not as big a **** bag as Hernandez, but he's still a huge **** bag.
     
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    Big deal, Gronkowski has murdered more.
     
  10. CyBobby

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    When they cut AH's brain out they found the Worst Case of CTE of any football player in the history of CTE.....and yes I agree completely that Aaron Hernandez was a Thug from the wrong side of town....Add those two things together and you get a murderous thug who needs to be taken off the streets.....
     
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    ya put him in Oskaloosa, IA and he’s just a guy popping pills, smoking meth, and running around naked.
     
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    Who also I'm sure did all kinds of drugs and was juicing big time to get huge. Lots of things cause damage to the brain.
     
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    The new documentary hit Netflix last night and it sounds like it is really interesting. I plan to get into it this weekend. Anyone watch it yet?
     
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    I read a theory that CTE May more be a sign of mental illness of some sort or at least related to that. I think it will be interesting to see if there is more evidence of that in the future. CTE is fascinating to me because we really don’t understand it.
     
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    First season and fourth season was some of the best television I've ever watched. The end of the fourth season especially.

    Maybe in a few weeks. I love crime and murder docs, but I'm still trying to get over Don't F*ck with Cats..... bruh.
     
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    I remember back in the 90's when Chris Nowinski (Chris Harvard in WWE) got a concussion and tried to throw up red flags and tell everyone something was wrong. WWE basically tried to shoe him under a rug. He was a wrestler but also a Harvard grad and really smart dude. So he retired from Wrestling and immediately started a company trying to see wtf was up with concussions. That was the first time I had heard of CTE. I am glad my kids didn't play contact sports and avoided that. Glad I don't suffer at all from anything from playing football.
     
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    It basically just mentioned that Aaron Hernandez is the prime suspect in more murders
     
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    The podcast 'Sword and Scale' covered that psycho quite a while ago.
     
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    My wife told me about a podcast called Gladiators that focused on Him and his life. She said it was mind blowing.
     

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