Found August 04, 2013 on Patriots Life:
Once again, a letter from Aaron Hernandez to one of his supporters has made it's way to the internet. TMZ has published a second Hernandez letter. This one thanks an unnamed fan for starting an online support page for the embattled tight end. Hernandez reiterates his belief that "there is a reason god put me thru this" before apologizing for not being able to check the site because "there is no internet in jail lol." Yes, you read that correctly. "There is no internet in jail lol." Don't just take it from me, you can view the full letter for yourself here. Between his girly handwriting, use of internet acronyms and apparent hatred of people who talk to people he didn't like, I'm beginning to think that Hernandez might be a 15 year old girl disguised as a football player. Of course, I only dare to write that because Hernandez will never see it. Because he doesn't have internet rofl. Hernandez may be audibly laughing over the lack...
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