Inside Aaron Hernandez’s jail
Globe photographer Stan Grossfeld was given a look inside the Bristol County House of Corrections, where former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is being held while he awaits trial on a murder charge, by Sheriff Tom Hodgson. This is the type of 7 by 10 foot cell Hernandez occupies.
The 7 by 10 cell has a mirror on the wall.
This is a view from inside an exercise cage, where Hernandez exercises for an hour per day.
A cell contains a writing desk and metal stool.
A view from the outside looking in at the exercise cages.
A sample meal, in this case a burrito lunch.
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson is depicted walking downstairs from the top of a two-tiered cellblock.
Hernandez gets to spend one hour a day in an exercise cage doing pushups, situps and knee bends. The 8 by 12 foot cage is padlocked, has rolled barbed wire and an armed guard.
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson chats with an inmate at the Bristol County House of Corrections.