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Jenkins sues for evidence

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Shayanna Jenkins is wasting no time in suing over Aaron Hernandez’s death. She is concerned that her former fiancée’s evidence may be discarded.

She has filed a lawsuit against the Mass. Department of Corrections to preserve the evidence that they found. They wants everything, as she does not believe he committed suicide.

Aaron Hernandez (Getty Images)

Aaron Hernandez (Getty Images)

Jenkins — the mother of Hernandez’s four-year-old daughter — filed the suit on Wednesday, hours after he was found dead in his cell. She wants video records, physical evidence and prison recordings.

Jose Baez — helped acquit Hernandez of a double-murder a week ago — suggested almost immediately that it was not a suicide. Yet, the coroner ruled his death a suicide on Thursday.

He even vowed to investigate himself.

A judge is expected to rule on her decision today. If he accepts her lawsuit, it would definitely help Baez’s investigation.

Hernandez hanged himself between 8 pm Tuesday and 3 am when he was located hanged in his cell. Law enforcement authorities say that he wrote John 3:16 on his forehead and even left notes by a bible, before hanging himself.

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