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Aaron Hernandez friends, family turn out for private funeral

Eleena Tovar | 25 Abril, 2017, 18:46

Due to this new information coming to light, it's now being theorized Hernandez murdered Odin Lloyd in 2013 to keep this relationship and his sexuality a secret.

The lawyer who successfully defended the 27-year-old former athlete in the double-murder trial has vowed to conduct his own investigation into the circumstances of Hernandez's death at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster, Massachusetts, west of Boston.

One of those letters was addressed to Hernandez' fiancée and the mother of his daughter, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, and a second was addressed to his child, Paul Jarvey, a spokesperson for the Worcester County District Attorney's Office, confirmed to NBC News Monday afternoon.

Kennedy is the son of businessman Matthew Kennedy, 42, from Uxbridge, Massachusetts.

When approached at his home at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac, Kennedy's stepmother Deborah, refused to comment and drove in through the automatic gates.

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"The family desperately needed closure that the suicide notes would provide". "The family wishes to say goodbye to Aaron in privacy".

The officer who stopped Kennedy found a large, black-handled knife on the passenger seat, police said at the time of the arrest - the same knife allegedly used during a previous armed robbery at a gas station.

The young man, first identified Monday by the Daily Mail, was arrested in January 2015 after being accused of speeding off during a traffic stop and leading cops on a high-speed chase at more than 110 miles per hour.

After being stopped by police officer Peter Bates, Kennedy drove his red sedan off at speeds of up to 110 miles per hour on Route 146 near his home town, court documents show.

Attorney Larry Army Jr. sent a statement saying he met with Kennedy briefly at the facility, and he's saddened by the loss of his friend, who was not a cellmate of his. He said he was visiting Kyle in prison on Monday 'to see what's going on'. McGuire ordered the notes to be sent to the family's attorney in time for Hernandez's burial.

It's been widely reported that the inmate was Hernandez's gay lover.

Aaron Hernandez's defense attorneys, from left, Ronald Sullivan, Jose Baez, Linda Kenney Baden and Robert Proctor speak after a private service for Hernandez at O'Brien Funeral Home, Monday, April 24, 2017, in Bristol, Conn.

The existence of this letter was first reported by Newsweek on April 21.

The prison where Aaron Hernandez committed suicide with a bed sheet is on lockdown as officials look into the ex-NFL player's death.