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People Actually Believed Aaron Hernandez Was Getting Out of Prison Following Verdict (TWEETS)
On Friday, the verdict of not guilty was handed down to Aaron Hernandez for the double murders in Boston a few years back, and social media went crazy.
— Liam Martin (@LiamWBZ) April 14, 2017
Not just the normal crazy, but people actually thought the former New England Patriots TE was getting out of prison.
Only one problem with that: Hernandez was convicted in 2013 of the murder of Odin Lloyd and sentenced to life in prison.
Just as a reminder: Aaron Hernandez is serving a sentence of life without the possibility of parole for the murder of Odin Lloyd.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 14, 2017
The reminder didn’t help as people wanted their teams to pick him up immediately.
So uh, Aaron Hernandez to the Bengals?
— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm) April 14, 2017
— Justin Klugh (@justin_klugh) April 14, 2017
aaron hernandez to the niners, make it happen. @49ers
— jorgio (@ElRayodeCali) April 14, 2017
Aaron Hernandez is coming back to the NFL and going to the raiders don’t @ me
— DB (@davidblumberg9) April 14, 2017
Aaron Hernandez about to be back on my fantasy team!
— Jose Morua (@J_Morua) April 14, 2017
Aaron hernandez found not guilty , @Patriots pick my manz back up so we can go get another one
— Eazy E (@_iikickhoes) April 14, 2017
Aaron Hernandez gonna be back in the NFL this upcoming season watch.
— Ryder Gifford (@ryder_gifford) April 14, 2017
Can’t fucking believe Aaron Hernandez wasn’t found guilty. He’ll be back in the NFL & killing people before you know it
— keish (@quichemonster) April 14, 2017
Aaron Hernandez about to come back bigger, faster, stronger. He’ll be the #1 TE in the NFL next season.
— nolan (@NO_color_BROWN) April 14, 2017