Aaron Hernandez Blood Gang Member Rumor Heats Up With Photos That Leaked With Gang Signals And Colors Being Reped By The Former Patriots Tight End [VIEW PHOTOS HERE}
By Staff Writer | June 27, 2013 01:38 PM EDT
Aaron Hernandez Blood gang member rumor continued after it noted that among his many tattoos, the word "Blood" was written on his hand and now a picture of the former Patriots tight end using the signal of the Bloods while wearing a red t-shirt.
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Hernandez was arrested Wednesday from his home in North Attleborough, Mass. and charged with first-degree murder, in addition with five gun-related charges with the death of Odin Lloyd. The possible connection of an Aaron Hernandez Blood gang member rumor has surfaced since the past week of investigation.
The Aaron Hernandez Blood gang member rumor after the picture that TMZ reported was of Hernandez wearing a long, red t-shirt, while putting up the Bloods gang-sign, which reportedly is the signal for the Bristol Blood gang in Connecticut, which is where Hernandez grew up.
In the photo taken six years ago when he was 17-years-old, he was also sporting an all-red hat.
Another photo of Hernandez at 19-years-old during his college career at the University of Florida, he was wearing another red t-shirt as well as holding a Glock handgun for a self-picture he used with an iPhone.
There is no word on whether or not the Bristol Bloods will be spotted for questioning about Hernandez, who allegedly destroyed his phone, buried the body of Lloyd and erased his cameras at his home that he bought a year ago after signing a $40 million contract with the New England Patriots.
Hernandez is due back in court Thursday. If convicted, Hernandez can face life in prison without parole.
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