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    Texas Death Row Inmate Jose Villegas - On January 22, 2001, Villegas fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend Erida Perez Salazar, her 3-year-old son, Jacob, and her 51-year-old mother, Alma Perez. Salazar, 24, was stabbed 32 times, Jacob was stabbed 19 times and Perez was stabbed 35 times. Villegas took the television and a vehicle from the home. He later pawned the television for money to buy drugs.

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