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  • rp1125Apr 27, 2017 at 2:13 pm

    I remember following this case before he got proven non-guilty. It’s very tragic that Aaron ended his life but I believe there are other factors that play a role behind his suicide or maybe it wasn’t even a suicide. I have read articles that says under the law of Massachusetts, during trial or process of the trial(s), that upon a person’s death, if they have not exhausted their legal appeals, their case reverts to its status at the beginning — it’s as if the trial and conviction never happened. Along with those facts, some sources say that he committed suicide so his charges/trials would be void and his contract with the NFL team would still be valid along with the sum of money that was guaranteed to him until he went was put in trial. If that is true, that sum of money will go to his 4-year old daughter. (Did he do it for his family/daughter?)

  • JesusRa.Apr 24, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    When i read this story , it made me think of people i met before and now they are death because they ended up with their lives too. Their Emotional control failed because of culpability of wrongdoing.
    Many times unfairly some people are arrested for acts they have never committed.Unfortunately they live a large part of their lives inside a prison. Over time, feelings and emotions become their worst enemy of loneliness.
    Without anything to do or anyone who listens ,it Difficult to live in a world surrounded by people who only know how to judge you rather than see the good part.To conclude and fix that situation: Only solution is no to exist anymore.

  • slg0498Apr 20, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    Is so sad to hear that someone take his life. As you said he must be passing for an emotional stage and he maybe he thought this was his only way to feel free or in peace. I think in his family in his daughter that little girl most feel really bad.

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