Judge orders all evidence be preserved in Aaron Hernandez's suicide

Hernandez reportedly was part of "vicious fights" as other inmates decided to see if they could take on the former Patriots tight end.

A judge has granted a request by Aaron Hernandez's ex-fiancee to order all evidence in the case to be preserved.

According to USA Today, Judge Thomas McGuire ruled that all evidence including, but not limited to, Hernandez's writing, audio and video files, as well as medical records all be preserved for the time being.

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Shayanna Jenkins' main goal is to keep prison officials from potentially destroying any evidence in the case.

Hernandez's death was officially ruled a suicide Thursday. The previous day, both Hernandez's agent Brian Murphy, and attorney Jose Baez were adamant that the former Patriots tight end did not commit suicide.

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