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ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) — Massachusetts prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case say there’s no truth to an allegation that investigators misled a potential witness.

The defense claimed in court papers filed last week that investigators visiting an inmate at a Connecticut prison in August told him they were there “to help Aaron out.” Hernandez’s attorneys said Everett Garcia told them that was the only reason he answered the officers’ questions.

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But in a response filed in Attleboro District Court on Friday, prosecutors said that the officers never told Garcia — or implied — they were there to help Hernandez and that Garcia was repeatedly informed the interview was voluntary.

Prosecutors say Garcia is part of the Bloods gang from Hernandez’s hometown of Bristol, Conn. He…

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