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Rolling Stone magazine published a fascinating, detailed article about the life and times of Aaaron Hernandez on Wednesday, entitled “The Gangster In The Huddle”, which includes several explosive revelations about the troubled Patriots TE who now faces murder charges in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd.
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Among all the disturbing details revealed about Hernandez in the piece, perhaps the most alarming is the notion that Hernandez had begun using PCP – or angel dust – regularly over the last year, and the resulting paranoia had driven him to carry a gun with him everywhere:
In exclusive conversations with Rolling Stone, those friends, who insisted they not be named, say Hernandez was using the maniacal drug angel dust, had fallen in with a crew of gangsters and convinced himself that his life was in danger, carrying a gun wherever he went.
The article claims that Hernandez had cut himself off from his family and teammates, was running with a “cohort of thug...
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