Fugitive Noe Torres calls newspaper again

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By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Fugitive Noe Torres admits he was in the company of convicted child-killer Edward Salas the day 10-year-old Carlos Perez was shot. He denies being anywhere near the scene of the killing. The 29-year-old homicide suspect called a Clovis News Journal reporter Wednesday morning — the second time in the [...]

ENMU Briefs Aug. 12, 2008

Employee/Alumni Briefs Michael F. Shaughnessy was recently interviewed by Roya Klingner of Germany. The interview was posted at http://www.begabungsforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=204. Michael F. Shaughnessy has been asked to continue to serve as a member of the Academic Advisory Board for ANNUAL EDITIONS: Adolescent Psychology.He will also continue to serve as editor of the New Mexico Journal of [...]

Video: Airman says he repressed memories of night wife died

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — In video and audio interrogations played during Thursday’s session of the court-martial of Edward Novak II, jurors heard the Cannon airman say he repressed memories of the night his wife died, but couldn’t imagine any circumstance in which he’d harm her. In the first [...]

11-20-07 ENMU briefs

ENMU closed for Thanksgiving Eastern New Mexico University will be closed for the Thanksgiving Break Thursday through Sunday. The Golden Library will re-open on Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., then observe regular hours on Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. The computer center will observe regular hours on the Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. [...]

Prosecution rests

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — The prosecution rested its case Friday afternoon in the capital murder trial of Stanley Bedford. The defense expects to do the same thing quickly next week. After a motion to dismiss charges against his client due to lack of evidence was denied, defense attorney Gary Mitchell told Judge [...]

Forensics dominate day’s testimony

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Footprints found on the shallow grave of a Portales teen match the boots the defendant in her murder trial was known to wear, according to a state crime lab expert’s testimony Tuesday at the Roosevelt County Courthouse. The second day of Richard Baca’s homicide trial was dominated in the [...]

First impressions are lasting

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Staff Writer I’ve had plenty of opportunities to make first impressions in my life because I’ve had so many job interviews. I’m just about an expert in the field. As they say, first impressions make lasting impressions, and yet job experts say it only takes a few seconds for these impressions [...]

O.J. tell all interview, book hit all time low

By Freedom Newspaper And now, from the Department of How Low Will We Go?, comes news that O.J. Simpson is the subject of a two-part Fox TV interview entitled “If I Did It, Here’s How It Happened.” The former football star, who was acquitted of killing his wife and her friend, will describe how, according [...]

Kurt Vonnegut proves lifes is about searching

Jim Lee: Local Columnist On Oct. 7, I watched a television interview with author Kurt Vonnegut on PBS. Although TV makes me more disgusted just about every time I hit the “on” button, this interview became a rare and valuable experience. I witnessed non-contradictory contradiction. Hey, how’s that for a topic to drive a person [...]