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All-American Murder: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez, the Superstar Whose Life Ended on Murderers' Row Hardcover – January 22, 2018
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I remember Aaron playing for UF. I remember the issues he faced here and I always asked the same question... Can they prove it was him? You can put him anywhere you want in the picture but can you prove it was him?
Some may call me crazy, some will disagree with me, but hear me out..
During the Gainesville case you have one (1) man saying "Yeah yeah it was him!!" But you have several others saying " Naw it was a black man, tall, skinny with cornrows. " Can you prove it was him? No, there is no physical evidence showing he pulled the gun or shot anyone.
You have evidence showing yes Aaron had a gun at him home, picture shows it. You have texts that Odin went with Aaron and two (2) other men the night of his death. You have video showing them driving and their location. This can all be proven. Now you have four (4) men in the car and one man is shot and killed. Leaves you three (3) men, all have been in trouble with the law in some shape or form. All have a reason for not wanting to go to prison for murder. But you only have (1) who is making millions and a name for himself. Yes Aaron was in trouble before and a bit of a hot head but you can't physically put that gun in his hand at the time of Odin's death can you? One man is on the stand saying "Yeah yeah he did it..." That man is a well known drug dealer and addict. And you're supposed to believe his word to save his own behind? I think not..
This book brought to light a lot of things I didn't know to begin with. It opened my eyes and I will admit at one time I believed him guilty as the rest. But no where can you put the gun in his hand at the time of that murder. Notice i said Time of that murder..
I would recommend this book for anyone looking to find the truth and understanding of Aaron Hernandez.
Patterson tells his story without judgement. Nor does does he preach for gun control or against drug abuse. Nonetheless, any sports fan who reads "All American Murder..." is forced to ponder "what hath we wrought" when both extremes of human behavior, the Prince & the Outcast, are armed, among US & sometimes (too often?) socially-destructive.