Tour of Aaron Hernandez prison accommodations

Take a look at images of the Bristol County House of Correction. This is where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while

awaiting trial for first degree murder.
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Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson inspects a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same sized cell where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
JDARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson inspects a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same sized cell where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson inspects a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same sized cell where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
There are several exercise cages in the courtyard of the Bristol County House of Correction. This is where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez gets to spend one hour a day outside by himself doing pushups, sit-ups and knee bends in the 8x12 cage that is padlocked, has rolled barbed wire and an armed guard for one-on-one supervision. Hernandez is awaiting trial for charges of first degree murder (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
ñDARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: There are several exercise cages in the courtyard of the Bristol County House of Correction. This is where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez gets to spend one hour a day outside by himself doing pushups, sit-ups and knee bends in the 8x12 cage that is padlocked, has rolled barbed wire and an armed guard for one-on-one supervision. Hernandez is awaiting trial for charges of first degree murder (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
There are several exercise cages in the courtyard of the Bristol County House of Correction. This is where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez gets to spend one hour a day outside by himself doing pushups, sit-ups and knee bends in the 8x12 cage that is padlocked, has rolled barbed wire and an armed guard for one-on-one supervision. Hernandez is awaiting trial for charges of first degree murder (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson heads down from the top of a two-tiered cellblock at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is a larger version of the cellblock where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
pDARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson heads down from the top of a two-tiered cellblock at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is a larger version of the cellblock where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson heads down from the top of a two-tiered cellblock at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is a larger version of the cellblock where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
A recent lunch consisted of a burrito, bread, rice, and vegetables at the Bristol County House of Correction, where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
&DARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: A recent lunch consisted of a burrito, bread, rice, and vegetables at the Bristol County House of Correction, where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
A recent lunch consisted of a burrito, bread, rice, and vegetables at the Bristol County House of Correction, where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Writing desk and metal stool in the cell at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
.DARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: Writing desk and metal stool in the cell at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Writing desk and metal stool in the cell at the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
A so-called mirror hangs on the wall in a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
JDARTMOUTH, MA - JULY 11: A so-called mirror hangs on the wall in a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
A so-called mirror hangs on the wall in a 7x10-foot cell in the Bristol County House of Correction. This is the same size of cell as where former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez now lives while awaiting trial for first degree murder. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

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