Aaron Hernandez's Letter From Jail is Disturbing; Says He 'Can't Wait to Prove Haters Wrong'

By Dan Parzych
Aaron Hernandez
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At this point, all of the evidence stacked against Aaron Hernandez point to the former New England Patriots tight end being guilty for the murder of Odin Lloyd. From text messages to footage from security cameras, Hernandez certainly hasn’t made a strong case for his innocence, but if you ask him–he apparently still has plans of making a return to the NFL some day.

A letter sent by Hernandez from jail has recently hit the internet in which he states “God put me in this situation for a reason” and “All the people who turned on me will feel like crap.” However, the most interesting part of the letter is when Hernandez claims he can’t wait to be signing autographs again and prove the haters wrong.

In other words–Hernandez must strongly believe he has nothing to do with the Lloyd case.

Only time will tell before we find out Hernandez’s fate, but as mentioned before–the amount of evidence stacked against Hernandez certainly doesn’t work out well in his favor. Hernandez was considered one of the top pass-catching tight ends in the league over the last couple of seasons and not only disappointed the Patriots organization with this case, but his fans as well.

It’s still unknown who the letter was written to, but there was a section at the bottom in which Hernandez requested that the letter would stay off social media websites. Obviously, that failed to happen since anyone can view the letter written by Hernandez simply by clicking here.

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