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Suspected murderer Aaron Hernandez has written a new jailhouse letter, and in it, he bemoans the fact that he cannot be with his baby daughter.

He had to hear her say “Dada” for the first time from behind bars.

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“I miss my little girl terribly an (sic) my biggest fear of all is she won’t daddy,” the ex-New England Patriots star, 23, complained to pen pal Collin Imm.

Adds the man accused of plotting the execution of Odin Lloyd, “She said daddy (for the) first time or should I say “Da Da” and (I) had to hear it from jail.”

Hernandez has one child, Avielle Janelle, with Shayanna Jenkins.

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Shayanna Jenkins, Aaron Hernandez's fiancee, is under investigation by police still searching for the murder weapon they say he used to kill Odin Lloyd.

Investigators believe Hernandez may have asked Jenkins to get rid of the weapon shortly after the victim's body was found about a mile from his home.

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Warrants for a Bristol, Conn., storage facility suggest he may have instructed her to take a gun safe or lock box out of his home in North Attleboro, Mass.

The warrants claim Shayanna Jenkins was seen on surveillance video bringing an object the size of a lock box or safe out of the house and into her sister's car.

She allegedly asked to use the vehicle the day after Lloyd was killed to go to the bank, and returned home about 35 minutes later without the object.

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Aaron Hernandez wanted to thank the person who recently created a Facebook fan page in his honor, even if can't get on the Internet to check it LOL.

The jailed former NFL star apparently wrote a second letter to a fan from solitary confinement, this time lamenting that he can't get on the web in there.

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He wrote to a fan who started an Aaron Hernandez support page, "Thanks for the site and sry [sic] I can't check site [sic] there is no internet in jail lol."

First-ever use of "LOL" in a hand-written letter? Quite possibly.

In the first Aaron Hernandez letter back to a fan who wrote him in a show of support, the murder suspect declared he is not guilty and will play again.

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Former New England Patriots football star Aaron Hernandez has been in jail for over a month after being arrested in connection with Odin Lloyd's murder.

With time on his hands in solitary confinement, he apparently made a pen pal. A guy named Karl wrote a letter to Hernandez and he actually responded.

The letter Aaron wrote Karl made its way online and has been authenticated as real by law enforcement officials. In it, he proclaims his innocence.

Aaron Hernandez in Courtroom

"Your letter meant alot and was very true! I know everything happens for a reason and I know 'God' has a plan for me and something good will come out of this," he writes.

"The world just makes things out of false accusations and it will all die down especially when they say NOT GUILTY and the people who turned on me will feel like crap."

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Aaron Hernandez was seen by his own home surveillance cameras holding a large-caliber gun just minutes after the murder he allegedly orchestrated.

Prosecutors also found a spent .45 caliber shell casing in a car rented by the athlete matching five bullets found in the body of murder victim Odin Lloyd.

Those revelations, along with the surveillance photo of the former Patriots tight end below, were released by Massachusetts investigators Thursday:

Aaron Hernandez Surveillance Photo

According to a search warrant affidavit released by the Attleboro District Court:

"Aaron Hernandez is observed on the surveillance video moving the item believed to be a firearm between his hands as he passes through the living room."

"Footage shows Aaron Hernandez pass through the living room area of the residence while holding an item, identified by investigators being consistent with a firearm."

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Aaron Hernandez was back in court today for a probable cause hearing, during which prosecutors typically try to to establish that he committed a crime.

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The hearing is meant to give prosecutors a chance to show that there's enough evidence to bring the case before a grand jury for a formal indictment.

In this case, that appears like a foregone conclusion ... eventually.

Once that happens, a pretrial date will be set, but today didn't quite go as expected. The prosecutors requested a continuance, asking for more time.

Hernandez's lawyer objected, asking for the case to be dismissed because prosecutors were dragging their feet in compiling and presenting evidence.

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NFL linemen Mike and Maurkice Pouncey are standing by their former college teammate and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez. To a surprising degree.

As the former Patriots tight end sits in jail, the Pouncey brothers both rocked hats stitched with “Free Hernandez” at a birthday party in Miami.

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The Pounceys have been linked to Hernandez’s off-field activities as police continue to probe Hernandez’s past for clues relating to murder charges he faces.

In 2007, when Hernandez was just 17, the Gainesville (Fla.) Police Department mentioned the Pounceys in a report after investigating a double shooting.

Police tried to speak with Aaron Hernandez about the shooting but he invoked his right to have an attorney present. No charges were ever filed.

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Aaron Hernandez will remain in solitary confinement at the Bristol County (Mass.) Jail as he awaits trial on murder charges, which could be a long ways off.

Officials said it would be in his "best interest" to stay isolated from the general prison population, despite concerns from the ACLU about his condition.

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The former New England Patriots star and alleged murderer was placed in solitary right after he was booked for plotting the execution of Odin Lloyd.

Fearing violent inmates might view the former NFL player as a "prize," officials have declined to move him out of solitary, saying it just isn't prudent.

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Investigators have released the results of a search warrant against Aaron Hernandez, and it contains a transcript of his alleged text messages with Odin Lloyd.

Officials believe Hernandez, along with two associates, picked up Lloyd at his house, drove him to an industrial park near Hernandez's home, and killed him.

Police released the specifics of a (borderline indecipherable) text message conversation that the former football star had with Lloyd on the night of his death:

Aaron Hernandez Cuffed

Hernandez (9:05 pm): "I'm coming to grab that tonight u gon b around I need dat and we could step for a little again"
[no response]
Hernandez (9:34 pm): "Waddup."
Lloyd (9:37 pm): "Aite, where."
Hernandez (9:39 pm): "idk it don't matter but imma hit u when I'm dat way like Las time if my phone dies imma hit u when I charge it which will be in a lil."
Lloyd (10:00 pm): "Aite idk anything goin on"
Hernandez (10:13 pm): "I'll figure it out ill hit u on way."
Lloyd (12:22 am): "We still on."

Lloyd kept Hernandez - who allegedly confessed to murdering Lloyd to one of his friends, per the other friend - in his phone under the name "Dis Nigga."

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Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez confessed that he fired the shots that killed Odin Lloyd, according to a witness ... citing another witness.

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His legal team will have a field day with any "confession" that is three degrees from Hernandez himself, especially if no one (on record) saw him fire the gun.

But police in Miramar, Fla., still believed the tip was good enough to bring to a judge in an effort to get a search warrant connected with the investigation.

To bring you up to speed, prosecutors in the murder case believe Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace were with Hernandez when Lloyd was murdered.

Ortiz and Wallace are currently in custody.

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