"It's the most fascinating, complicated, and troubling crime story of our times," James Patterson says.
In a new special for "48 Hours," best-selling author James Patterson switches to non-fiction for a story he calls the most troubling crime story of our time: the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez. Patterson joined CBSN to preview "All-American Murder."
The Mark Gordon Company has picked up the rights to James Patterson's upcoming book All-American Murder about the Aaron Hernandez case.
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The Mark Gordon Company, which is behind Aaron Sorkin’s awards-season pic Molly’s Game based on Molly Bloom’s memoir, has just acquired feature film rights to All-American Murder: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez, the Superstar Whose...Show More Summary
By now, you probably thought you heard just about everything regarding Aaron Hernandez from the time he went to prison to the time he decided to take his own life, but the earlier info barely even scratched the surface. It’s been nine months since the former New England Patriots committed suicide shortly after being found […]
Aaron Hernandez's days in prison were full of defiance and rage.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's life and death will be the subject of a one-hour special episode of 48 Hours to be broadcast on CBS on Jan. 20
The best-selling author unravels the complicated and troubling story of the convicted murderer and former New England Patriots player in "All-American Murder"? airing Saturday, Jan. 20 on CBS
A look back at the career and death of ex-NFL star and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez
Suicide and allegations of sexual misconduct darkly dominated the news in Massachusetts in 2017. There was ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's hanging in prison and Michelle Carter's manslaughter conviction for sending … Click to Continue...
In the wake of inexplicable mass shootings and cases like Aaron Hernandez's, a new study strikes a nerve.
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Johnson has come forward to open a dialogue with other players about CTE
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is the neurodegenerative disease of the moment, made famous by the violent and untimely deaths of many retired professional athletes. Repeated blows to the head sustained in contact sports such as boxing and American football can result in abnormal accumulations of tau protein (usually many years later). Show More Summary
Lawyers for the estate of late NFL star Aaron Hernandez are trying to prevent a $20 million lawsuit against the National Football League from being merged with a wider class-action … Click to Continue »
Aaron Hernandez may have tried to preserve assets for his young daughter in an irrevocable trust.
Prior to hanging himself in his prison cell last April, Aaron Hernandez may have squirreled away money for his 5-year-old daughter.
We’ve seen newspapers mixing up very different athletes with the same last name before, perhaps most notably with The Brandon Sun writing “Keith Hernandez Hangs Himself In Prison” this April. (They meant Aaron.) However, it’s rare to see one of the athletes in question be the main person to notice it. Show More Summary
Seven months after Aaron Hernandez hung himself in his jail cell, a 23-year-old New England Patriots fan purchased the former tight end’s Massachusetts home for $300,000 less than the $1.3 million asking price. Despite the discount on...Show More Summary