WATCH: New Documentary Reenacts Selena Quintanilla’s Final Moments

Selena Quintanilla’s legacy is alive and well in 2017. The late singer was honored with with Madame Tussaud wax figures in Hollywood and New York, as well as a Google Doodle in commemoration of the anniversary of her first studio album, Selena. On Nov. 3, she posthumously received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which the mayor of Los Angeles proclaimed “Selena Day” going forward. Now, the Reelz Channel will end the year with a look at the darker side of the beloved Tejano singer’s life story by focusing on her murderer, Yolanda Saldívar.

Murder Made Me Famous: Yolanda Saldívar — set to air on Dec. 9 — chronicles what motivated Saldívar, Quintanilla’s fan club’s president, to fatally shoot the Tex-Mex queen in 1995. Ahead of the documentary’s release, the network gave an exclusive sneak peek to Latina.com of two reenactments that appear on the film. The first

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EXCLUSIVE: Watch This Reenactment of Selena Quintanilla’s Last Moment With Yolanda Saldivar

The murder of superstar Selena Quintanilla at the hands of her friend and trusted employee Yolanda Saldivar is not something her loved ones and her loyal fans will ever forgive or forget. But are there some facts from that dark day in Corpus Christi, Texas that you may not know about? 

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As part of their popular series “Murder Made Me Famous,” the Reelz Channel is reopening the case and profiling the murderous Saldivar and the motives behind her killing the rising Tejano singer. What exactly happened at the Days Inn Motel on March 31, 1995? 

“Yolanda was firing boutique employees left and right because of cash flow problems,” Helling says in the preview. “But those problems were because of Yolanda. She was stealing money from the company bank account.” 

As part of the episode, audiences will see reenactments of the case including the moment when Selena’s dad Abraham

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Qué fue de la vida de John y Lorena Bobbitt – Clarín

El maestro de la crónica periodística, Gay Talese los llamó “La pareja más desavenida de América”. Con ese match imperfecto se refería a John y Lorena Bobbitt, que cumplieron 24 años de fama mundial tras el comienzo de esa mañana del 23 de junio de 1993 en la que Lorena le cortó el pene a su marido.

Ella usó el cuchillo largo que antes fue a buscar a la cocina, el acero hizo un corte limpio sobre la piel y él se despertó sintiendo la sangre caliente sobre sus testículos. Pero el mundo eligió quién era la víctima real y se quedó a los pies de esa mujer ecuatoriana, que casi no sabía inglés, y que se llevó una parte de ese hombre que a la noche, borracho, la había violado, tras años de abusos.

Lorena, llorando, en su primera vez en el banquillo.

Lorena, con flequillo y un

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Qué fue de la vida de John y Lorena Bobbitt

El maestro de la crónica periodística, Gay Talese los llamó “La pareja más desavenida de América”. Con ese match imperfecto se refería a John y Lorena Bobbitt, que cumplieron 24 años de fama mundial tras el comienzo de esa mañana del 23 de junio de 1993 en la que Lorena le cortó el pene a su marido.

Ella usó el cuchillo largo que antes fue a buscar a la cocina, el acero hizo un corte limpio sobre la piel y él se despertó sintiendo la sangre caliente sobre sus testículos. Pero el mundo eligió quién era la víctima real y se quedó a los pies de esa mujer ecuatoriana, que casi no sabía inglés, y que se llevó una parte de ese hombre que a la noche, borracho, la había violado, tras años de abusos.

Lorena, llorando, en su primera vez en el banquillo.

Lorena, con flequillo y un

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When Rodney Alcala Competed on ‘The Dating Game’, He Had Already Killed Two Women

Though we’re used to seeing creeps on dating shows like The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, they’re usually not criminals. But Rodney Alcala, the so-called “Dating Game Killer” was already a murderer at the time of his TV appearance. Now he’s back on TV, of sorts, thanks to two TV specials about his grisly crimes.

Alcala was cast Bachelor No. 1 on a 1978 episode of the ABC game show, introduced as a “successful photographer.” He ended up winning a date with that episode’s bachelorette, Cheryl Bradshaw, but she refused to go out with him afterward. “I started to feel ill,” she told The Sunday Telegraph in 2012. “He was acting really creepy. I turned down his offer. I didn’t want to see him again.”

What The Dating Game producers overlooked, however, was that Alcala had allegedly raped and beaten an 8-year-old girl a decade prior. (Prosecutors

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Some Waco Survivors Await Cult Leader David Koresh’s Resurrection: ‘We Hope to See Him Again’

David Koresh was one of the most well-known cult leaders of the 20th century, amassing hundreds of followers as the leader of the Branch Davidian religious sect.

Still, many Americans heard his name for the first time in 1993, when federal authorities suspected his group of weapons violations, leading the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to obtain a search and arrest warrant to raid their compound, the Mount Carmel Center, outside Waco, Texas.

That operation ended in gunfire — and the deaths of four government agents and six Branch Davidians.

For the next 51 days, the FBI and ATF engaged in a standoff with the compound, while news trucks recorded their every move. Finally, on April 19, 1993, the FBI launched an assault and initiated a tear gas attack, hoping to force the Branch Davidians out of their cover.

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The Brutal Truth Behind The Manson Family Murder Of Actress Sharon Tate

Following cult leader Charles Manson’s orders, four members of the Manson family committed their most notorious and brutal crime on August 9, 1969.

In an attempt to ignite a race war, loyal Manson followers Tex Watson, Patricia Krenwinkel, Susan Atkis and Linda Kasabin showed up at the Los Angeles home of actress Sharon Tate.

Dressed in all black, the young killers approached the house where Tate, Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger, Wojciech Frykowski and Steven Parent were staying.

18-year-old Parent was driving off in his parents’ car when Watson stopped him, threatening him with a gun, later to shoot him dead inside his vehicle.

Moments later, he and the rest of the murderous clan burst inside pregnant Tate’s house and stabbed the star to death despite her pleas to let her unborn child live.

With her blood, Atkins and the other wrote the word “Pig” on the kitchen door before

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