Aaron Hernandez Disciplined for Being Lookout in Prison Fight

By Jessica Kleinschmidt

When it comes to the “three strikes and you’re out rule,” it seems as though it does not apply to Aaron Hernandez. Not because the former tight end for the New England Patriots wasn’t a Major League Baseball player, but because it seems as if he feels he can get away with murder. Pun intended.

According to the Los Angeles Times and CNN, ┬áHernandez was the lookout during “what is believed to be a gang-related fight that took place Monday at Souza-Baranowski Correctional facility.”

CNN also reported Hernandez agreed to be another prisoner’s lookout while the inmate went into another cell. Those two inmates got into a conflict.

Christopher Fallon, a spokesman for the Massachusetts Department of Correction, had no comment to CNN saying there are regulations that consider this type of information about inmates confidential.

This is not the first time this 25 year-old has caused trouble in jail. While he was awaiting his murder trial, he also got into a fight with a prisoner at the Bristol County jail.