Interview with Aaron Hernandez's fiancee to air

Aaron Hernandez's suicide note to fiancée Shayanna Jenkins revealed

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee tells Dr. Phil why she was shocked by prison suicide

Speaking to Dr. Phil on his television program (h/t Shutdown Corner's Jay Busbee), Jenkins-Hernandez said she didn't believe Hernandez killed himself.

Hernandez, a former New England Patriots star serving a life sentence for murder, was more spiritual than religious, she said, but he reportedly wrote "John 3:16" on his forehead and his cell walls - scripture he'd never mentioned to her.

The former National Football League athlete hanged himself last month in a MA prison cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder.

Hernandez's suicide came just five days after he was acquitted in a 2012 double slaying. Jenkins Hernandez makes it clear she isn't satisfied with the state's investigation.

His death has been ruled a suicide by the Worcester district attorney's office and the case closed. Lloyd was dating Jenkins-Hernandez's sister.

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Jenkins-Hernandez admits her fiancee may have been in the "wrong place at the wrong time", but says he wasn't a gang member and didn't commit murder.

In the far-reaching interview, airing over two days, Jenkins-Hernandez spoke on the Lloyd murder, the possibility of Hernandez's jailhouse relationships, and the contents of suicide notes. "We were going up a ladder, in a sense, to a positive direction", she said.

"I wouldn't say it was normal, it was her normal, so she knew no different", she continued about describing Avielle's visits with her dad. Because Hernandez's initial appeal was still pending when he died, the conviction was vacated last week.

She said he also didn't sign the note "your soul mate", which she said he usually did.

"And I won't tell her until she decides to ask or if she asks", she continued.

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She said she believes she was the last person to speak to Hernandez, and their conversation ended unremarkably when the prison doors were about to close for the evening. "I don't think there's anyone better".

She added: "It screamed love, but it wasn't personal. That was a little odd to me", said Jenkins-Hernandez, according to the Daily Mail.

Asked how she felt about the handwriting in the note, Jenkins said, "the handwriting was similar", while noting that in prison, "you've got nothing but time". She also says that she "wants answers".

The note asks her to take care of their daughter Avielle and two his two "boys", whose names were redacted by MA officials when they released the letter to the public.

McGraw asks Jenkins-Hernandez.

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The Attorney General also said what kind of religious practices are essential to a particular religion or faith was hard to define for the court.

In addition to claiming to have been shocked at her fiancee's murder conviction, Jenkins-Hernandez said that she "truly" didn't believe that Aaron Hernandez was guilty of the crime. She thought daddy was at work. "I wanted more. I wanted him to explain", she said.

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