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Brazilian goalkeeper Bruno Fernandes de Souza accused of murdering girlfriend, feeding body to his dogs, ordered back to jail
April 27th, 2017

Brazilian soccer goalkeeperBruno Fernandes de Souza accused of ordering the murder of his girlfriend before he feeding her body to his dogs is back behind bars. A committee of judges at Brazil’s Supreme Court rejected an appeal for the goalkeeper of Boa Esporte,  the Daily Mail reported The 32-year-old was released from prison in February…

Former hockey pro Thomas Clayton is sentenced to life for hiring a hitman to kill his wife

Former minor league hockey player Thomas Clayton accused of hiring a man to murder his wife has been sentenced to life behind bars. Clayton, 37, from Corning, New York, was found guilty of hiring Michael Beard to kill his wife, 35-year-old Kelley, back in September, The Star Gazette reported. Thomas Clayton had an alibi that he was…

Aaron Hernandez ask prison officials permission to share cell with alleged jailhouse lover
April 26th, 2017

An attorney revealed that last year, Aaron Hernandez asked prison officials to allow his alleged jailhouse lover to be his cell mate. Lawrence Army Jr., the attorney for 22-year-old Kyle Kennedy, made the revelation to the Daily Mail, and indicated that the former NFL star made the request last September to “officials at the Souza-Baranowski…

Alleged prison lover of Aaron Hernandez is heroin addicted convicted robber
April 24th, 2017

The jailhouse lover of the late Aaron Hernandez is a convicted burglar who received a $50,000 watch from the former NFL star before he ended his life. Kyle Kennedy, 22, was the last person to see the former New England Patriots player alive last week, according to the Daily Mail. Kennedy has since been placed…

Bisexual Twist: Aaron Hernandez may have murdered Odin Lloyd to cover up secret
April 22nd, 2017

Aaron Hernandez may have murdered his former friend Odin Lloyd to defend his most precious secret — that he was bisexual. The former New England Patriots star reportedly had a longtime male lover, who was a high school friend and left behind a suicide note addressed to his gay prison lover. The note was one…

Aaron Hernandez left handwritten suicide notes for his wife, daughter, and gay jailhouse lover
April 21st, 2017

The three written letters found in the prison cell where Aaron Hernandez hanged himself were written to his fiancée, his daughter, and his gay jailhouse lover. Prison officials discovered Hernandez hanging in his cell Wednesday morning. Two of the written messages were addressed to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez and the couple’s four-year-old child, Avielle. Sources close to…

Suspect in killing of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith sentenced to 25 years

By KEVIN McGILL Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Calling it a “profoundly sad and tragic” case, a judge sentenced a 29-year-old New Orleans man to 25 years in prison for killing former Saints star Will Smith and wounding Smith’s wife after an April 2016 traffic crash. Thursday’s sentencing by Louisiana Judge Camille Buras was…

Boxer Adrien Broner arrested in bullet-riddled vehicle
April 20th, 2017

Police arrested former welterweight champion boxer, Adrien Broner, early Thursday morning. Broner was picked up in his hometown of Cincinnati for an open warrant for public intoxication and disorderly conduct charges back in 2014. Police officials said the 27-year-old fighter was pulled over in a bullet-riddled SUV. According to Cincinnati.com, Broner told officers, an unidentified…

Body of Aaron Hernandez found with Bible verse written on his forehead

Before Aaron Hernandez hung himself with a bedsheet inside of his prison cell, the former New England Patriots tight end used a red marker to write a Bible verse from John 3:16 across his forehead. The verse, which is among the most widely quoted in Christianity, addresses “God’s love for the world and His supreme…

Aaron Hernandez likely to have murder conviction vacated after his death

Aaron Hernandez may be innocent in the eyes of the law after his death. By BOB SALSBERG Associated Press BOSTON (AP) — In death, Aaron Hernandez may not be a guilty man in the eyes of the law. Under a long-standing Massachusetts legal principle, courts customarily vacate the convictions of defendants who die before their…