Aaron Hernandez’s Toxicology Report Proves Someone Lied About Parts of His Alleged Suicide
It’s still hard to believe that less than a week after being found not guilty of a double-murder in Boston, that Aaron Hernandez would then take his own life in his cell—right after he and his lawyer appealed his first murder conviction that had him in prison for life.
The report that came out immediately following his suicide was that Hernandez may have smoked some synthetic marijuana that caused him to flip and take his own life. According to his toxicology report that was released, that was a complete lie.
“WCBV is reporting the toxicology tests show there was no trace of synthetic marijuana in Hernandez’s system when died … despite previous reports that claimed there was.
Even more strange — the outlet says Hernandez allegedly drew an unfinished pyramid similar to what’s on the back of U.S. dollar bills on the wall IN BLOOD and wrote “Illuminati” below it in all caps.”
This development in the Hernandez case runs counter to claims made by the lawyer for Kyle Kennedy, a close friend of Hernandez’s in prison. Kennedy’s lawyer said previously that his client believed K2 may have been a factor in Hernandez’s sudden death.
“One of the things he said to me is, I wouldn’t be surprised if that had something to do with this because that stuff is bad news. That synthetic marijuana, it’s bad news,” said the attorney, Larry Army Jr. “When something’s out of character of somebody then you have to look toward other reasons potentially.”
Despite other rumors, the three suicide letters that he left in his wake were to his daughter, his fiancee, and his lawyer, and not to his alleged gay prison lover.