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Aaron Hernandez's Lawyers File To Erase His Murder Conviction — But The D.A. Does NOT Plan On Letting Him Off The Hook!

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The late Aaron Hernandez will likely soon no longer be a convicted murderer.

According to the latest report, the ex-NFL star's legal team has already filed a motion to dismiss his 2015 conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd.

Thanks to Massachusetts' rule of abatement ab initio, Hernandez dying before his appeals process had completed might require the state to automatically throw out his conviction.

Related: Hernandez's Body Tests Positive For Synthetic Marijuana K2

But the Bristol County District Attorney's office isn't planning on letting the deceased off so easily. They told TMZ Sports:

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Aaron Hernandez's Alleged Male Prison Lover Is Off Suicide Watch & Wants To Read The Former Athlete's Suicide Letter To Him

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Aaron Hernandez's lawyers have made it clear the rumors of his prison lover are nothing more than a malicious lie to "tarnish" the ex NFL star's reputation.

But apparently there is more evidence proving that the former New England Patriots player did have a very close relationship with fellow convict Kyle Kennedy (above), who was reportedly the last person to see him alive.

According to a new DailyMail.com report, the family of the 22-year-old inmate (who is serving 3 to 5 years for armed robbery) received a $50,000 watch from Hernandez the day before he hanged himself in his cell last Wednesday.

Related: Aaron Once Threatened A Reporter's Life

It turns out Kennedy was also one of three recipients of Hernandez's suicide letters — the other two were written to his fiancée and 4-year-old daughter — though he still has yet to read his friend's final words.

Hernandez's family was granted access to all three suicide notes in a court proceeding on Monday, but Kennedy wants to see his note "as soon as possible."

Kennedy's lawyer Larry Army Jr. said his client is "obviously saddened by the loss of his friend," but is "no longer on suicide watch." He explained in a statement:

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Aaron Hernandez's Lawyer Calls BS On Those Gay Lover Rumors

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Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is speaking out on reports claiming the late athlete left a suicide letter for a gay prison lover.

As we've told you, the convicted NFL star supposedly left behind three notes before hanging himself from his prison cell last week — one of which was allegedly addressed to another prisoner he'd been intimate with. The other two were said to be written to his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, and the couple's four-year-old daughter Avielle.

Related: Aaron's Family Releases Statement At Funeral

Speaking to TMZ on Monday, Jose Baez denied such rumors:

"Rumors of letters to a gay lover, in or out of prison, are false. These are malicious leaks used to tarnish somebody who is dead."

And as far as if he believes Aaron's death was suicidal or murder, he added:

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Aaron Hernandez's Family Releases Statement At Funeral — After Finally Getting To Read His Suicide Letters

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The family of Aaron Hernandez is in mourning after his alleged suicide.

While their son had become a controversial figure, convicted of one murder and later acquitted of two others, he was still their kin.

Related: Was Aaron's Sexuality A Central Motive In His Murder Of Odin Lloyd?

So immediately following a private funeral — which was attended by a few of his friends from the NFL — the family released the following statement:

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Aaron Hernandez Was Bisexual, And That May Have Been Central Motive In His Murder Of Odin Lloyd

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It's been a whirlwind week reporting on the sudden, shocking suicide of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, and now it's about to get even a little more eye-raising.

Apparently, allegations centering on Hernandez's sexuality go far deeper than just one gay jailhouse lover, and it's his long-time bisexual orientation that may have fueled the murder he committed several years ago of friend Odin Lloyd.

Related: Aaron's Murder Conviction Will Likely Be Vacated

According to multiple law enforcement sources talking to Newsweek, Lloyd

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Aaron Hernandez's Fiancée Doesn't Believe He Committed Suicide — And She's Fighting To Prove It!

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Aaron Hernandez's lawyer isn't the only one who questions whether the NFL star really committed suicide.

Shayanna Jenkins, Aaron's fiancée and mother to his 4-year-old daughter, is backing attorney Jose Baez and looking for any proof this was really murder.

In fact, she's even suing the Massachusetts Department of Corrections to preserve any prison records, surveillance video, or physical evidence that could cast doubt on the ruling of suicide.

Related: Aaron Hernandez Once Threatened A Reporter's Life

Does she think the suicide note written to her was faked? Hmm…

According to TMZ Sports, the matter is apparently being heard by a judge right away.

Do YOU think there's anything suspect about Hernandez's suicide?

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Aaron Hernandez's Cause Of Death Revealed As Investigators Find Multiple Suicide Notes In His Prison Cell

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Aaron Hernandez's death has officially been ruled a suicide.

The former New England Patriots star apparently hanged himself in his prison cell on Wednesday morning, just a few short days after he was acquitted of double murder.

Hernandez's family and legal team were shocked by the terrible news, as the 27-year-old showed no signs he was suicidal — some even questioned if the suicide was staged to cover up a murder by his fellow inmates.

But new evidence, along with a cause of death confirmation, confirms the former NFL athlete did, in fact, take his own life.

Related: Aaron's Murder Conviction Will Likely Be Vacated

The Worcester District Attorney's Office said officers recovered three handwritten suicide notes next to a Bible in his single-inmate cell. Two of these notes were addressed to specific people, while the third was addressed to the public.

Investigators determined Hernandez was alone at the time of the hanging, and saw "no signs of a struggle." They also found "cardboard jammed into

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