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Aaron Hernandez Letter: Former Patriot Claims He’s a “Great Guy”

Former Patriot Aaron Hernandez was indicted on first-degree murder by a Massachusetts grand jury.

Aaron Hernandez is at it again. RadarOnline.com has obtained a copy of an apparent third letter written by Herandez to a fan from his jail cell. Like past letters, he thanks the fan, Collin, for his support and continues to talk about how he misses his daughter but fears she will not know who her daddy is and how he is a great guy. He also offers words of encouragement for Collin, which is interesting for someone facing the possibility of life in prison if convicted of murder.

Hernandez got in touch with his emotional side in this letter admitting, “I miss my little girl terribly and my biggest fear of all is she won’t know daddy! She said daddy first time or should I say “DaDa” and had to hear it from jail.” Hernandez has a nine-month old baby girl, Avielle Janelle Hernandez, with fiance Shayanna Jenkins.

It seems Hernandez has been doing some personal reflection from his cell. It is nice that he is thinking about his daughter but perhaps he should have been thinking about her before he alleged killed someone. He should have been thinking about her future, all the major milestones he will miss and the impact something of this severity will have on her growing up. It is just a little too late.

He continues to warn Colin to “stay away from all the negative people,” a piece of advice he should have given to himself. He also says that he is a “great dude” and not to believe all the negative publicity about him. He again asks for the letter to remain private, which again, has not happened.

It seems Hernandez is trying to restore his once positive image one letter at a time.

Hernandez has been charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd and is awaiting his probable cause hearing this week.

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