Aaron Hernandez's Gang Affiliations Revealed In Death Report

Aaron Hernandez's Gang Affiliations Revealed In Death Report

A suicide note from Aaron Hernandez to Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez.

Massachusetts state prosecutors released new documents in the death of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Friday, including the suicide note to fiancee Shayanna Jenkins, a summary of inmate interviews and the death investigation compiled by Massachusetts State Police.

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State prosecutors are hoping to use the letter to argue that Hernandez's murder conviction should not be vacated in the wake of his suicide, as it would "reward the defendant's conscious, deliberate and voluntary act", according to a court filing.

"Shay, you have always been my soul-mate and I want you to live life and know I'm always with you", the letter reads. "I love you so much and know you are an angel - literally!", Hernandez wrote in the letter, portions of which are redacted.

Hernandez emphasized his love for Jenkins-Hernandez and continued, "We split into two to come change the world".

"Hernandez concludes the handwritten note "(YOU'RE RICH) I knew I loved you - Savage Garden".

"This was the Supreme's, the Almighty's plan, not mine! I love you! YOU'RE RICH".

In light of the suicide note's contents, some have questioned whether Hernandez took his own life to ensure that his family would receive a handsome payout.

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Now that Hernandez is dead, legal experts say his murder conviction could be voided - a move that prosecutors are fighting - which would pave the way for his estate to collect almost $6 million in unpaid salary and bonuses from the New England Patriots, who released him following his arrest in 2013.

Days after he was acquitted in a 2012 double murder, Hernandez was found hanging from a bed sheet in his cell at the maximum-security prison on April 19.

Inmates who said they were "close" to Hernandez also claimed that he had become "more and more spiritual" while in prison, and that his suicide "had been some sort of religious message".

Another report released yesterday stated that Hernandez was a member of the "Bloods Street Gang".

According to the official report that was obtained by TMZ Sports, Hernandez also wrote the Bible verse in blood on the walls of his cell and marked the verse with blood in his personal Bible.

Those lines are part of a handwritten suicide note that prosecutors included in a legal filing in Bristol County Superior Court in MA on Friday.

In one of the reports, a source claiming to be Hernandez's close friend in prison said after he was acquitted of the double murder "he had been talking about the National Football League and going back to play even if it wasn't with the Pats".

Meanwhile, attorney Jose Baez-who famously represented Casey Anthony in her 2011 murder trial-vowed to continue with his investigation into Hernandez's death.

The court clerk said the other two letters Hernandez wrote before his death have not been filed in court paperwork.

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