The life and legacy of Selena are back in the headlines following the claim by her convicted killer, Yolanda Saldívar, that there is evidence that was never seen by her defense attorneys and because of that, she deserves a new trial.
According to court documents, Saldivar filed a petition on March 28 claiming the prosecutor, Carlos Valdez, withheld evidence that may have been favorable for the defendant. She claimed after 23 years, he presented the evidence to the public during a Spanish media interview on March 16, 2018.
Now, Rudy Trevino of KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas, and host of the Tejano Gold Countdown and “Domingo Live,” got an exclusive look at the evidence in question for the first time since Saldívar’s trial back in 1995.
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The song’s theme was the idea of the Tejano Music Awards winner’s past experiences.
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