Sonoma County Jail inmates have called for a "day of peace" Wednesday to help them deal with their anger toward mass murder suspect Ramon Salcido, the Rev. Bob Gutleben said Monday.

Gutleben, who holds non-denominational services for the prisoners, said that the "hostility was really intensive" after Salcido, 28, was brought to the jail. Salcido has been accused of slaying seven people last month before being arrested in Mexico. Among the victims were his wife and two infant daughters.The minister said the inmates also want a collection taken to raise money for the trust fund for little Carmina Salcido, who survived a slashed throat during the murder spree.