Aaron Hernandez may be a serial killer who moonlighted as a New England Patriot


Aaron Hernandez may have tried to murder people throughout the East Coast.

Already charged with first-degree murder and five weapons violations, former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has now been linked to unsolved shootings in Massachusetts and Florida.

A violent pothead, authorities speculate the 23-year-old Hernandez executed Odin Lloyd to ensure the victim didn’t leak information connecting him to a double slaying last summer on Shawmut Avenue in Boston.

“The motive might have been that the victim knew [Hernandez] might have been involved,” one law enforcement official said.

Possibly “involved” in three homicides, reports recently surfaced that the 2011 Pro Bowler was one of four Gators questioned for attempting to kill two men in a Gainesville drive-by in 2007.

Previously working to keep Urban Meyer’s miscreants on the streets, Gainesville attorney Huntley Johnson was asked Thursday if he was surprised by Hernandez’s situation.

“Disappointed,” responded Johnson, who primarily earned money defending University of Florida felons posing as athletes.

Disturbingly, the circumstances surrounding the bloodbaths that occurred in Beantown’s South End and “Gatorville” are eerily similar.

In both crimes, bullets were sprayed from a vehicle shortly after brawls erupted at nightclubs.

Even more concerning, the 6-foot-1, 245 pound Hernandez remains a person of interest in both cases.

Catching 175 passes for 1,956 yards and 18 touchdowns since debuting as a pro, New England inked Hernandez to a five-year extension in August 2012.

A truly gifted ballplayer, it’s hard to fault the Patriots for signing a standout tight end to a reasonable deal.

However, as unimaginable as it is, Aaron Hernandez may be a serial killer who was on New England’s payroll for nearly four years.

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