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Aaron Hernandez Suicide Notes Released by His Attorney

Aaron Hernandez Suicide Notes Released by His Attorney

Aaron Hernandez at a New England Patriots practice. (Andrei Tselichtchev/Dreamstime.com)

By    |   Monday, 20 August 2018 09:04 AM

Aaron Hernandez wrote three suicide notes the night he hanged himself in his Massachusetts prison cell last April, and they have now been released by his attorney, who included the unsettling letters in a book due out Tuesday about his client's final troubled year, Fox News reported.

It was known that at least three handwritten notes were found in the cell of the former New England Patriots tight end, who was serving a life sentence for the June 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd at the time of his death.

However, details surrounding the letters addressed to Hernandez’s daughter Avielle Jenkins-Hernandez, fiancée Shayanna Jenkins, and lawyer Jose Baez, remained relatively unknown until now.

In his book, “Unnecessary Roughness: Inside the Trial and Final Days of Aaron Hernandez,” Baez published the notes, which provided greater insight into the mind of the football player in the moments leading up to his death.

“I told you what was coming indirectly!” Hernandez wrote to Jenkins-Hernandez, in one of the three letters published Saturday in The New York Post.

“I love you so much and know [you] are an angel,” he wrote, adding that his death was not his plan but that of the supreme almighty.

"Tell my story fully but never think anything besides how much I love you,” he added.

In his letter to his daughter, who is now five, Hernandez said he was “entering to the timeless realm” and reassured her that life was eternal.

"Never fear me, but love me with all of you!,” he continued. “Fear is the only separation between you and I! We are each other—I/you—you/me—there’s no need to fear but what you do unto another will come back around!”

His letter to Baez was less cryptic.

"I want you to know you have me forever like you never understood and time will reveal that I’m not perfect but my love and loyalty is like you’ve never seen!,” Hernande wrote. “I appreciate all your work, time, effort, and never let that slip your mind! In time, you will see how appreciated you are, as well as all the others equally!”

The book’s prologue was written by Jenkins-Hernandez, who said she hoped that readers could see what Hernandez went through and would “understand the importance of having someone in your corner,” The Boston Herald reported.

“While that was my role in Aaron’s heart, Jose (Baez) maintained that role in the courtroom. ... I’m glad the truth will finally be told,” she said.

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Aaron Hernandez wrote three suicide notes the night he hanged himself in his Massachusetts prison cell last April, and they have now been released by his attorney, who included the unsettling letters in a book due out Tuesday about his client's final troubled year.
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