MA state police say they have launched an investigation into former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez's death by hanging in prison.
"Absolutely no chance he took his own life", Murphy tweeted.
The Massachusetts maximum security prison where Aaron Hernandez apparently hanged himself has seen its share of troubles since it opened almost two decades ago.
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"The family and legal team is shocked and surprised at the news of Aaron's death", he continues.
In a maximum-security prison outside Boston, about an hour from the stadium where he played alongside stars like Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowsi, Hernandez jammed the door to his one-man cell lest guards try to stop him, and put an early end to the life-without-parole sentence he received for a 2013 murder. Otherwise, Fallon said, he would have been transferred to a mental health unit. He's the second son of Dennis Hernandez, a former high school football star who played for the University of CT, and Terri Valentine-Hernandez.
Baez called for authorities to conduct a "transparent and thorough investigation".
Although Hernandez didn't leave behind any type of letter, it appears that he did take a marker and write something on his own body prior to his death.
Hernandez leaves behind a four-year-old daughter and a fiancee.
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Chilling details are emerging from the scene surrounding the apparent suicide of former Florida TE Aaron Hernandez. He recently was found not-guilty of a separate double-murder.
His suicide was "a shocking and sad end to a very tragic series of events that has negatively impacted a number of families", Bristol County Attorney Thomas Quinn, who prosecuted Hernandez in the murder case that resulted in his life sentence, told the AP.
The team said Wednesday it was aware of Hernandez's death, which came on the same day the Super Bowl-winning Patriots will be honored at the White House, but declined further comment.
December 20, 2016: Hernandez identified as trigger man in 2012 shooting of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in Boston.
Prosecutors said Hernandez opened fire on their auto because he felt disrespected when one of the men bumped into him and spilled his drink at a Boston nightclub.
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