BOSTON (CBS) – One of the letters written by Aaron Hernandez before his death last week was to another prisoner.

A lawyer for that inmate, Kyle Kennedy, said his client has not seen the letter.

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“My client is obviously saddened by the loss of his friend Aaron Hernandez,” Larry Army Jr. said in a statement. “We will be requesting that the letter be turned over to my client as soon as possible.”

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The WBZ I-Team reported last week that Hernandez gave Kennedy’s family a watch worth about $50,000. Sources also tell the I-Team Kennedy was the last person to see Hernandez alive the night before his suicide.

Kennedy was moved to a protective unit after Hernandez’s death, but his lawyer says that was a standard precaution and he did not exhibit any “risky behavior.”

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A New Bedford Superior Court judge ordered investigators to release copies of the notes to the former NFL star’s family, less than an hour before his funeral Monday.