Judge issues order to preserve evidence from death of Aaron Hernandez

A new report alleged that the letters were addressed to Aaron’s fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, his four-year old daughter Avielle, and his “gay jailhouse lover”, according to a source from The Daily Mail. He was serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder and had just been acquitted of a 2012 double murder.

Aaron Hernandez looks at the gallery during his murder trial in Fall River, Massachusetts.

About an hour after he was found, Hernandez was pronounced dead at UMass-Memorial Health Alliance Hospital in Leominster, according to a statement from the Massachusetts Department of Correction.

A MA judge Friday ordered state officials to preserve evidence in the investigation into Aaron Hernandez’s death in his jail cell earlier this week. If the purportedly romantic relationship was a motive for Lloyd’s murder, it is unclear why this was not reported until after Hernandez’s death.

One of the notes left by Hernandez was to his prison boyfriend, who is now on 24/7 suicide watch, multiple law enforcement sources confirm.

Given reports that Aaron had many fights with other inmates, his attorney Jose Baez claims he and Aaron’s family believe that he was murdered.

The 12 item list includes writings, video recordings and medical records.

Earlier on Friday, Lloyd’s mother, Ursula Ward, and her attorney, Doug Sheff, said they were moving ahead with a civil suit against Hernandez’s estate.

Now a new report says the former New England Patriots tight end may have killed a former associate to cover up the fact that he was bisexual.

Leontire was harshly critical of state authorities.

Leontire is outraged at the lack of information that has been shared with the family and legal team since Hernandez’s death two days ago.

Dr. Michael Baden tells The Associated Press he completed his autopsy Thursday after Hernandez’s remains were returned to the family.

Boston University researchers will study Aaron Hernandez’s brain to determine if the former National Football League star suffered from the same degenerative brain disease as Hall of Famer Junior Seau and former Bears defensive back.

Lloyd’s mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Hernandez.

But, she added, that she still feels a “tremendous loss.”.

“I pray to God that he finds comfort, and god will forgive him of whatever happened”.

Should Hernandez’s death qualify under that abatement law, it appears the Lloyd family will do everything in its power to not see that $6 million go to Hernandez’s estate.

Meanwhile, Sheff said he is still in the process of determining how much in assets Hernandez was worth, including a Hummer and his home in North Attleborough, Massachusetts. The Patriots did not immediately react to his request.

Hernandez’s lawyers said they’re launching their own investigation into how he died.

Hernandez’s appellate attorney, John Thompson, told the Boston Globe on Wednesday that he expected to file the appropriate paperwork to make that happen.

Under Massachusetts law, Hernandez’s conviction could be vacated because he never had the chance to appeal before his death, which means the rest of his National Football League contract and pension could be released to his estate.

All first-degree murder convictions in MA trigger an automatic appeal. Hernandez’s appeal was still in its early stages and hadn’t yet been heard when he hanged himself early Wednesday.

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We need to be more accepting of others, we need more people to speak out so “different” and “not normal” is okay.

Aaron Hernandez once seemingly threatened reporter Ian Rapoport with murder