In April 2017, Hernandez, already serving a life sentence for the murder of Odin Lloyd, was found hanged in his prison cell, apparently for suicide, just five days after he was acquitted on two separate charges of double murder. In the new series “The Killer Inside”: “The Mind of Aaron Hernández”, the criminal proceedings against Hernández and his alleged sexual relations with another man – one of the topics investigated by filmmakers. Jose Baez, defense attorney for Aaron Hernández, commented on a three-part documentary film Netflix about the life of the late NFL star and convicted murderer. “I don’t care what a pathetic documentary can say about Aaron,” Baez wrote in Instagram, not mentioning the direct part of the series. People have no idea how documentaries are made; the truth, as a rule, lies on the floor of the editorial office. But immediately after the premiere, Baez turned to social networks to condemn the users and producers of documentaries. The disease can lead to symptoms such as mood swings and depression. Baez says. “I knew him, they didn’t know him, and although ‘he’ was far from perfect, they didn’t approach the truth.” Tell me about the hip-hop news. About Milk P.
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