Less than a week after being found not guilty of a double-murder in Boston, the former New England Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez committed suicide in his prison cell.
Since the shocking news there have been all kinds of headlines surrounding his death, but the most obscure one was about synthetic marijuana. Read on to find out Aaron Hernandez toxicology report results…
LatinoAthlete.com has learned that the early toxicology report that Aaron Hernandez was released was all a lie, just as we suspected.
It just seemed too soon to have results, just 24 hours after his passing. It didn’t make any sense and now we have the true toxicology report.
WCBV reports that the “toxicology tests show there was no trace of synthetic marijuana in Hernandez’s system when died,” despite the untrue claims there was.
What is even more off-throwing is that certain ‘thirty mile zones’ alleged that Hernandez drew an unfinished pyramid similar to what’s on the back of U.S. dollar bills on the wall IN BLOOD and wrote “Illuminati” below it in all caps.”
How did a unauthorized Aaron Hernandez Toxicology Report reports get leaked?
It seems that Kyle Kennedy, Henandez alleged gay lover behind bars thought that K2 may have been a factor in Aaron sudden death. Kennedy’s attorney, Larry Army Jr. had this to say:
“One of the things he said to me is, I wouldn’t be surprised if that had something to do with this because that stuff is bad news. That synthetic marijuana, it’s bad news. When something’s out of character of somebody then you have to look toward other reasons potentially.”
For the record and to clarify early reports the three suicide letters that he left in his wake of his death were addressed to the following people. His daughter, his his fiancee, and his lawyer. The rumors that it went to a alleged gay prison lover are now said to be incorrect.