Borges: Aaron Hernandez and what we will never know


Aaron Hernandez photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

In the aftermath of the apparent suicide of former New England tight end Aaron Hernandez, we’re left with a lot of questions … and very few answers.

Why did he do it? Did he actually do it? What happened between last week’s not-guilty verdicts and Tuesday’s suicide? Wasn’t his lawyer going to pursue a possible vacation of his murder conviction? So why now?

Our Ron Borges covered Hernandez and tells us in Thursday’s editions of the Boston Herald that nobody will ever know what motivated Hernandez, basically suggesting that everything we could have … and should have … known about him and his troubled life, we won’t.

Because the only man who could tell us took that story with him when he hanged himself. The sad life of Aaron Hernandez and what it means now is all here in Thursday’s Herald:

http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/columnists/ron_borges/2017/04/borges_we_ll_never_know_what_really_motivated_aaron_hernandez

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