The mother of a gay banker beaten and stabbed to death by a gang of youths in 1991 wants new photos of two of the men who are about to be paroled.
Nancy Rodriguez told the Houston Chronicle that she wants to be able to recognize the men if they should come to her door. She says she fears for the safety of her family.
Ten teens were convicted in the death of Paul Broussard. Jaime Aguirre and his brother Javier Aguirre - both now in their 30s - are due to be released this month. Another man is to be released in March. The Aguirre brothers face deportation to Mexico.
Prison spokeswoman Michelle Lyons says the photos will be provided to Rodriguez. She says photos are released all the time.
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