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Aaron Hernandez twists and turns, and Mass. law.

I read that in Mass, since he was technically not finished with his appeal, he is seemed innocent, resulting in his life insurance being paid. There are still a handful of states with this law.

Also the coroner wants to (and has) keep his brain. The family wants it and they want to donate it for a CTE study. Are they afraid the coroner's study will not find a connection?

Could they be looking forward to a possible connection to the concussion legal mess?

This will get crazier.

Posted: 04/21/2017 at 12:30PM

Current Thread:
Aaron Hernandez twists and turns, and Mass. law. -- 48zip 04/21/2017 12:30PM
  I didn't hear that but I heard that his estate can now claim... -- SteveInBaltimore 04/21/2017 2:32PM
  He was convicted in another murder ** -- MEHOKIE 04/21/2017 3:58PM
  But it will go away. That's the point. -- 48zip 04/21/2017 4:26PM
  Blame Mass for not repealing it. ** -- 48zip 04/21/2017 9:09PM
  His mom's lawyer said the suit is moving forward ** -- capitals1 04/21/2017 3:55PM
  Would guess the answer is... -- EDGEMAN 04/21/2017 3:36PM
  First couple of years of what? ** -- PhotoHokieNC 04/21/2017 2:45PM
  Extra ditto here ,too. ** -- PhotoHokieNC 04/21/2017 4:21PM
  Great, now you tell me! ** -- HWA 04/21/2017 2:49PM
  Hey, if that's the law, more power to them. ** -- 48zip 04/21/2017 1:45PM
  Especially the little girl ** -- WestyHokie 04/21/2017 2:03PM
  He, uh, did commit suicide. ** -- 48zip 04/23/2017 5:42PM