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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.

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.”

Aaron Hernandez for New England
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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.


Guy has time on his hands, though he is convinced it is just a phase and that he will prove “haters” and “talkers” wrong and be cleared of all charges.

In both letters, he has subtly played the victim, saying there is a reason God is putting him through this, and that everything happens for a reason.

Police, meanwhile, are searching all of creation for the literal smoking gun in the death of Odin Lloyd that would ensure he never sees the light of day.

Oh, and Hernandez has been warned by prison officials to be careful what he writes in these letters because TMZ keeps publishing them. Obviously.