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.
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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