We finally got around to watch Netflix’s Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez and the missus and myself came out with the same question: How come this case did not take the airwaves hostage like O.J. Simpson’s case or Trayvon Martin’s? Yes, we hard of some sport figure with the last name Hernandez was in some sort of trouble for killing somebody, but truthfully I thought it was a Hispanic baseball player back home in South Americas doing stupid stuff.

Imagine out surprise when it is a first line NFL player for the ultra hated New England Patriots with a $40 million deal, who happened to be gay and ends up committing suicide in his cell.

It is obvious that the NFL and the Patriots wanted as little do do as possible and as little attention on Hernandez and I bet they exercised as much influence as they could do.  But then, there is the other group of political influencers: The LGQBTIEIEO group.

The Gay Principle states that Gay People are nice, good looking and sexy they do not engage in crime, evil stuff or risky behavior. They will claim Leonardo Da Vinci  or Michelangelo were gay but draw serious amnesia if you ask them about  Brown Shirts’ Leader Ernst Röhm or the rumor that Goering batted for bothe teams. And if you bring that up, you are a redneck with the chains to drag gay men to death in the back of your pick up truck.

So yes, I understand why Aaron Hernandez had some profile with his case, but not the one usually reserved for celebrities behaving that badly. He was inconvenient.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez. – (Was he inconvenient?)”
  1. The NFL is in the middle of being converted(spelled- perverted) to full on woke liberalism.
    Stuper bowl tribute to American flag was a lame attempt to get the real Americans back. HO
    I have no intrest in football

  2. Aaron Hernandez was big news in CT. Bristol is not that big a city and not New Haven, Bridgeport, or Hartford levels of crime and ghetto. It’s just a bit run down and shitty like the rest of the once upon a Time mill towns and factory towns in CT. Disclaimer I don’t myself live in Bristol but go there somewhat frequently and lived in a near and similar town.

    This is the first I reca hearing of the gay thing. Was it simply used to speculate for sympathy or is it real?

    1. The Hernandez murder case and his subsequent suicide was big news all over New England, no surprise. I didn’t realize someone made a movie about it, though. Why bother?
      As for gay, never heard of it. Don’t care, either.

  3. I heard that because he died by committing suicide while his case was under appeal, that his conviction was supposed to vacated, and he would be found innocent. It’s some sort of state law? Is there any truth to that?

    1. Yes. There was a 100+ year old law at the time that said if the case was appealed and the defendant died, the conviction would be vacated. Apparently he did it so his family would collect his NFL money.
      CT Supreme Court struck down the law.

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