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Aaron Hernandez is suicide advisor to pen pal, praises Brady & Gronk, has TV in cell

Posted On: February 3, 2016 | By Tamara N. Holder

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TMZ has obtained a jailhouse letter written by former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez to a former “pen pal.” He loves Gronk and Brady…and hates Kraft. He also gets to watch all Patriots games in his cell because he has a television. Not only that, he provides advice on how the woman can commit suicide. How sweet. Fox News host of Sports Court Tamara Holder gives her 1 minute take:

In April of 2015, former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was convicted of murdering Odin Lloyd in 2013. The trial look place over 36 hours over the course of 7 days with 135 witnesses but no motive was given or a murder weapon presented. “The jury found that he was just a man who committed a brutal murder,” District Attorney Thomas Quinn said. “The fact that he was a professional athlete meant nothing in the end.”

According to ESPN,  “The jurors who convicted Hernandez say the judge spoke to them privately after they rendered their verdict and told them other allegations against him. The jurors said the information reaffirmed their feeling that they’d made the right decision.”

Hernandez’s time in prison hasn’t been without media attention. After being sentenced to life in prison, Hernandez was placed on suicide watch. According to TMZ, “We’re told it’s not that uncommon for someone who just got sentenced to life behind bars. Unclear how long Aaron will stay on suicide watch.”

Aside from the brief time on suicide watch, Hernandez is apparently quite charming. According to the Associated Press: “Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said Hernandez knows how to use his charm and manipulate better than anyone he has ever seen. He said Hernandez was generally affable and polite and would try to use those qualities to get what he wanted at the Bristol County House of Corrections. ‘He would make every effort to get extra sandwiches,’ Hodgson said. ‘He would just try to convince the officers to give him more than what they otherwise could get.'”

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