Aaron Hernandez Appears In Court With Blood Gang Tattoo On His Neck
Welp. It’s safe to say we know what set Aaron Hernandez is claiming.
The former New England Patriots tight end who is serving a mandatory life sentence for the murder of Odin Lloyd came to court rocking a white t-shirt with his Bloods gang tattoo on full display.
The tattoo reads, “Lifetime Loyalty” over a five-point star, which is the most commonly cited symbol of the Bloods gang.
Aaron’s ink isn’t “brand new.” It was spotted on his neck in May, a month after his murder conviction, when he was arraigned on murder charges for the killings of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado in a 2012 drive-by.
The tattoo was partially covered by his suit and never on full display until Wednesday.
In May, Aaron served as a look-out during a gang-related fight in another prisoner’s cell.
Earlier this month, Aaron Hernandez was moved to a segregated unit at Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Massachusetts after a shank was found in his cell.
What a waste.
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