Selena Quintanilla continues to be one of many greatest Latin stars on the earth. Sadly, her life was recklessly ended too quickly 22 years in the past by her former fan membership president, Yolanda Saldívar. The star was two weeks away from turning 24.
The final days of the late singer’s life and the occasions that finally led to her loss of life are actually being reenacted by Reelz’s Homicide Made Me Well-known: Yolanda Saldívar.
Featured within the particular episode, is the writer of Selena: Como la Flor Joe Nick Patoski, homicide trial prosecutor within the case, Carlos Valdez and Homicide Made Me Well-known host Steven Helling.
The present is having a look on the occasions that happened previous to Selena’s loss of life and why Saldívar dedicated the heinous act.
Very similar to the film Selena, we see within the clip above that lacking cash inside Quintanilla’s companies that included her fan membership and boutiques, which led the household to query her and finally fireplace her from her place throughout the firm.
The present does give us perception into who Saldívar was earlier than assembly Selena and precisely how she weaved herself into the “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” singer’s life.
Though the protection lawyer for the previous nurse argued that she shot Quintanilla by accident, the prosecution identified that Saldívar by no means known as 911 or tried to assist Selena after she was shot.
The prosecution additionally identified that it requires 11 kilos of strain on the set off to fireplace the .37 caliber revolver that Saldívar fired.
After three hours of deliberation on October 23, 1995, jurors discovered Saldívar responsible of first-degree homicide. Three days after, she was sentenced to life in jail with the potential for parole in thirty years, which was the utmost jail time period allowed in Texas on the time.
Saldívar is presently serving her life sentence on the Mountain View Unit in Gatesville, Texas. She will probably be eligible for parole on March 30, 2025.