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by Paul Little

Author: Paul Little
Language: English
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (2000)
Pages: 200 pages
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Rating: 4.9
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Here is a timeline of every major event in the Aaron Hernandez story. Much reporting comes from The Boston Globe. The Killing of Odin Lloyd. July 16. The story begins in South End, Florida, early morning, with a drive-by shooting that kills two men, Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. The night before, Hernandez is seen at the Cure nightclub with Abreu, who spills a drink on the NFL star. Hernandez playing in Super Bowl XLVI.

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In the long run, stories are probably no less valuable than money, but in the short run they have their decided limitations. Aaron, the middle child, had taken to calling himself Arnold after one too many schoolyard beatings in Chicago, and Stanley, the nine-year-old, was commonly known as Sonny. To make ends meet, their mother took in laundry and mended clothes, but before long the boys were contributing to the household finances as well, each one with an after-school job, each one turning over every penny he earned to his mother.