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Aaron Hernandez; psychopath

Postby ZeroZ » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:31 am

He had it all, million dollar contract with a world championship organization he was immensely talented and yet decided to murder few people. He eventually killed himself in jail... was he a psychopath, could he not avoid his fate?



Apparently he’s such a badass he’s been blocked
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Re: Aaron Hernandez; psychopath

Postby ZeroZ » Sun Oct 13, 2019 1:12 am

https://youtu.be/KBf0V0oeknA

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Re: Aaron Hernandez; psychopath

Postby ShaolinMonk » Sun Oct 13, 2019 4:50 am

https://www.biography.com/athlete/aaron-hernandez

Aaron Hernandez was a former professional football player who earned All-American honors at the University of Florida and established himself as a quality NFL tight end for the New England Patriots. However, his promising career was derailed when he was arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd in June 2013. In May 2014, Hernandez was indicted in connection with two murders related to a drive-by shooting in 2012. He was convicted of first-degree murder in the Lloyd case in April 2015. Just days after being acquitted of the 2012 murder charges, he committed suicide in his jail cell on April 19, 2017. Following his death, a judge erased his 2013 murder conviction, abiding by Massachusetts case law which calls for convictions to be vacated if the defendant dies before an appeal can be heard. Later that year, it was revealed the former football player had been suffering from an advanced form of the degenerative brain disease CTE.


CTE:
Early symptoms of CTE usually appear in a patient's late 20s or 30s, and affect a patient's mood and behavior. Some common changes seen include impulse control problems, aggression, depression, and paranoia.

As the disease progresses, some patients may experience problems with thinking and memory, including memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, and eventually progressive dementia. Cognitive symptoms tend to appear later than mood and behavioral symptoms, and generally first appear in a patient’s 40s or 50s. Patients may exhibit one or both symptom clusters. In some cases, symptoms worsen with time (even if the patient suffers no additional head impacts). In other cases, symptoms may be stable for years before worsening.

https://concussionfoundation.org/CTE-resources/what-is-CTE
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was he a psychopath, could he not avoid his fate?

#1. No
#2. Probably
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Re: Aaron Hernandez; psychopath

Postby xdude » Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:07 am

Yea, was also thinking, concussions could have played a role. No matter how tough some appears to be, the barrier between the brain and the inside of the skull is thin. Head injuries can have a profound effect on a person's personality.
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