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Update: 2018-11-2027
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Aaron Hernandez died in 2017 but his life still raises questions. On this special episode Liz Dolan, host of “Safe For Work” and “Satellite Sisters,” speaks with Bob Hohler of the Boston Globe’s Spotlight Team about the making of Gladiator, and the one question he still wants answered.

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Brian C.

Blaming CTE in any capacity for this piece of shit's decision to murder multiple people, is a cop out. Hernandez was a HORRIBLE human being. I hope he's burning in hell.

Jan 14th
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Maddoggkilla

Fernando Saenz I agree that he is a horrible human being, lowest of the low, and the terrible things he did are unforgivable, however, the effects of CTE are still largely unknown. It seems the more research done, the scarier CTE gets with all the damage it causes the human brain. I fear for the livelihoods of any current/former/future ball players and anyone else affected. CTE is definitely not worth a career in football, lucrative or otherwise. Again, I stress this doesnt forgive Hernandez but to say CTE didnt affect his decision making would be incorrect I believe

Jan 25th
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Fernando Saenz

Brian C. I agree they're talking with sympathy and the fact that they erased most of his accomplishments. Why not show sympathy to the people (he got aquitted of those two murders)or the person that he killed! He erased them completely from the face of the Earth!!!

Jan 15th
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Bnug78 The Illmatic Pixel Thornstrom

pretty good story. Although I think cte may have affected Aaron I don't think it made him a killer. He had ALOT of pent up emotions and shit and he thought himself to be "gangsta". He was just a messed up dude.

Dec 3rd
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Maddoggkilla

Bnug78 The Illmatic Pixel Thornstrom agreed. That dude had some prior issues for sure that impacted his path to becoming a killer. CTE just made everything worst, probably serving as a catalyst for his bad behavior

Jan 25th
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Interview | 7

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