Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez is a 2020 American true crime documentary series about former professional footballer and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez. George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for BONUS Episode 3… The three-part documentary explores the factors in Hernandez’s life that drove him to kill. It premiered on Netflix on January 15, 2020.You can download @SONTSports ‘That Being Said’ w/ George & Sami Jarjour Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and YouTube. You can find us on all social media here: Twitter – Facebook – Instagram – YouTube.
Aaron Hernandez had sexual relationship with his high school quarterback…
Dennis SanSoucie, his quarterback and close friend at Bristol Central High claimed this to be the case on the documentary. Those unfamiliar with the claims, however, may well be taken aback to hear SanSoucie say they “experimented” sexually. “We continued because we probably enjoyed it. Yes, we were in a relationship back then,” SanSoucie tells the camera, “but at the time, you don’t look at it like that.”
He told his mother “you fucked my whole life up”
Throughout the documentary, it became very clear that Aaron had a much stronger and meaningful relationship with his father… The entire documentary only showed anger and emotion towards his mother… in one call from jail, he tells her, “I don’t put you down, and you f—-d my whole life up.” When she protests, he exclaims: “You did! But I forgave you, and it’s over with.”
It wasn’t quite over in that exchange. Hernandez went on to exclaim to his mother: “I was the happiest f—–g little kid in the world, and you f—-d me up. And I just lost my father, and I had to go to college. And I had nobody. What the f— did you think I was going to do, become a perfect angel?”
He ‘jokingly’ asked for a Smith & Wesson marketing deal…
Hernandez’s agent, Brian Murphy, is heard joking with the ex-player, now in jail: “I’m still trying to get you marketing deals. It’s not so easy, man.” As Hernandez laughs, Murphy goes on: “I talked to Nike the other day. They said it was really hard to put the Nike swooshes on orange jumpsuits.”
“Hey, can you get me a Smith & Wesson deal?” Hernandez asks. He cracks up as Murphy replies, “No, I cannot get you a Smith & Wesson deal, you [expletive].”
For those that don’t know… Since 1852 Smith & Wesson has been an industry leading manufacturer of pistols, revolvers, rifles, and shooting accessories.
After his suicide, his defense attorney said “we’ve got to get that brain”
Boston University’s Ann McKee is seen saying at a news conference that Hernandez had unusually extensive deterioration in his frontal lobes, which are critical for judgment and decision-making. “This would be the first case we’ve ever seen,” she said at the time, “of that kind of damage in such a young individual.”
Aaron Hernandez wanted to be traded from the Patriots in 2013
The request came shortly after Hernandez allegedly shot Alexander Bradley, a partner in crime both literally and figuratively, in the face. It was also several months after the double-murder for which he eventually went on trial, and Hernandez was said to be in a very high state of anxiety, if not outright paranoia.