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Mary Ann Uribe the target of an alleged murder for hire plot speaks out

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Mary Uribe lives her life in fear after learning her former employers allegedly hired someone to murder her. (KZTV) Mary Uribe lives her life in fear after learning her former employers allegedly hired someone to murder her. (KZTV)
Once Mary Ann Uribe found out she was the target of an alleged murder-for-hire plot by one of the attorneys she worked for, she says she also found out, through media reports, a little about the person hired to carry it out.


"I understand that he waited or watched for 4 weeks before he even decided that this isn't, he didn't decide that it wasn't right to kill me. He decided that it was wrong for Mr. Andrews to ask him to do such a thing."

And that's why Uribe says she lives in hiding. Uncertain. Waiting for her day in court. Disgusted with her former employers. "They're cowards! Who hires somebody to kill someone else? If you hate me that much and you want to silence me that much that you wanna, I understand the word was you wanted me eliminated. If you're a man, come ring my doorbell and do it yourself."

She says the stress of knowing that someone she knows well allegedly hired someone else to kill her, has nearly destroyed her life.

She says a psychiatrist told her she's 100 percent disabled and has complex PTSD.

Uribe says attorneys Paul Andrews and Keith Gould fired her in 2011 because she refused to sign a contract they offered. "They terminated me because I refused to sign that contract. I refused to chase ambulances for them," she told Action Ten News exclusively.

Then last June a Bexar County Grand Jury indicted both attorneys on barratry charges. And in December 2014 Andrews was indicted for solicitation of murder in Bexar County.

And now, Uribe says she's been told that not only has Andrews' bond been lowered, he doesn't have to wear an ankle monitor either.

That has her terrified! "Paul Andrews, he's now lost his beautiful wife. And his family. He's lost his license to practice law. And he's facing 99 years in prison. What does he have to lose by killing me?"

We contacted the Bexar County DA's office for comment on this story, but they did not respond. Uribe added that the 3 cases in which she's involved with Andrews and Gould, wrongful termination, barratry, and solicitation for capital murder have not gone to trial yet.

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