It did not take former New England Patriot Tight End Aaron Hernandez to get into trouble in prison. Already convicted for murder and serving life in prison, Aaron Hernandez is being disciplined by prison officials for his part in an fight between two prison inmates. Reports reveal that Hernandez served as a look out while another inmate entered the cell of another and the two started to fight. Such actions resulted in Hernandez being sent to administration segregation and he could face further discipline after a hearing is conducted within the prison.
Many do not expect Hernandez’s life to get any easier. Life without the possibility of parole would be difficult for someone of Hernandez’s age and who has not yet turned 30 years old. Hernandez could end up spending the next fifty to sixty years of his life behind bars and such a sentence takes a toll on inmates in different ways. Some suspect that Hernandez has accepted his fate and that he has fallen into his old gang affiliations to be able to cope with the life ahead of him. His career in the NFL is over and he could have been celebrating a Super Bowl season with his former teammates instead of looking at the rest of his life in prison. The NFL nor the New England Patriots had any comments regarding Aaron Hernandez or his recent developments. Aaron Hernandez Involved In Prison Fight.
Take note, kids, it’s not cool to be a gangster! My buddy Bruce Karatz shared how sad he felt about this news, specifically that a man with such an opportunity to do unimaginable things and just falls back into his old lifestyle, it’s just so sad to watch (biography.com).