A Fallen Patriot: The Tragic Story Of Aaron Hernandez (Part Three) — The Darkside Of Sports

TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE GOES INTO DETAIL ABOUT SUICIDE! On the same day of the judge’s ruling to vacate, the Bristol County district attorneys stated they planned to appeal the ruling, to the Massachusetts Supreme Court if it was deemed necessary. The appeal was heard by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in November 2018, by six justices. On March 13, 2019, the Supreme Judicial Court reinstated Hernandez’s conviction, but stated that the trial record would note that his conviction was “neither affirmed nor reversed”. In the ruling, the court also officially ended the act of ab initio. They ruled that the practice was outdated, never made sense, and “no longer consonant with the circumstances of contemporary life, if, in fact, it ever was.”. I could have told them that. Explain to me how practice ever made sense in the history of ever.

A Fallen Patriot: The Tragic Story Of Aaron Hernandez (Part Three) — The Darkside Of Sports


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