DATELINE: Dead Man’s Tales
Flash! Jose Baez, erstwhile lawyer for the late Aaron Hernandez, has found a way to recover his lost retainer: like so many sycophants, he is writing a book that is allegedly going to shock everyone with its revelations about his client who it is now proven suffered from CTE, the concussion syndrome.
Baez (‘Don’t call me Joan”) plans for his tell-all to come out in August. So much for attorney-client privilege.
However, as readers of this blog know, we have been on top of the Hernandez case since 2013—and were the first to report early on about the sexual peccadilloes of Mr. Hernandez. We even had the shocking photos to prove it that shows what kind of weapon he was packing.
Our first in the nation expose of Hernandez is rightfully called The Strange Case of Aaron Hernandez and is comprised of all the on the spot blogs done, day by day, as the case unfolded.
In our shocker, you learn whether the Hernandez mansion is haunted, thereby negating any number of sales.
You will learn that Hernandez may have been involved with the in other murders in Florida where he attended college with his close friends, the Pouncey Twins, not to be confused with the Bobsey Twins.
We endeavored to find the stories behind the stories: how Hernandez killed flies and put them in his prison food to demand a second meal.
You will only hear the theories about why Hernandez had to stop 2 miles from his home in Attleboro at a deserted industrial park to take a bathroom break with one of the victims who never returned from his ablutions.
Only our book compares Hernandez to Lizzie Borden and wonders what Tom Brady knew and when did he know it.
And our book, however tasteless and unobjective, is available immediately on Amazon in both e-book and paper versions. It’s in the large book format for easy reading and heavy lugging.
Why wait till August when you can have your cake and murder it too right now?