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The grieving dad of Mexican-American star singer, Selena, who was murdered by her former manager, says he and his family have received detailed letters of prisoners wanting to seek revenge on Yolanda Saldivar.
And for the sake of his daughter's jailed assassin, Abraham Quintanilla hopes Saldivar, Selena's former manager, remains in solitary confinement and is never moved into the prison's general population.
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Saldivar, who shot Selena, 23, dead in 1995, is currently serving a life sentence at Mountain View Unit in Gatesville, Texas and could be released from jail when she is eligible for parole in 2025.
'We still receive letters from women who are in the prison she is in and they say they're waiting, that they're going to kill her,' Quintanilla told Univision.
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'Because there are bad women [at the jail], women that have killed people before and that's why they're there. So they don't have anything to lose.'
Saldivar, now 58, became obsessed with Selena after attending a concert. Determined to start a fan club with her as the group head, she wouldn't stop contacting Quintanilla until the singer's dad finally caved in to Saldivar's pressure.
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The San Antonio based fan club grew to a couple of thousand by 1993 before Saldivar was named manager of Selena's clothing boutiques.
However, the star artist's family discovered discrepancies in the...
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