Archive | October, 2000

A busy day in court

…and an exclusive interview with Diazien Hossencofft October 4, 2000 (photos go here: dhossen1.jpg hornerhoss1.jpg hengface1.jpg) (Albuquerque) Diazien Hossencofft told District Court Judge Richard Knowles Tuesday that–with his attorney Ron Koch in poor health–he plans to represent himself (pro se). A bit later, Hossencofft shared part of his lawyering strategy with this reporter in an […]

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Medical Investigator: Bones are not human

October 2, 2000 (Albuquerque) The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator determined today that bones found near Magdalena are not human. Instead, the bones are from a sheep. The remains were found last week near Water Canyon, about half way between Magdalena and Socorro. According to investigators in Socorro County, the remains were found […]

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Search warrant: Girly named young son as sole benefactor in life insurance policy

Diazien’s divorce attorney attempted to adopt the child October 2, 2000 (Albuquerque) A search warrant filed in District Court on September 26, 2000, provides new insight into the disappearance of Girly Chew Hossencofft. The warrant states that by July of 1999, “Girly Hossencofft had a life insurance policy with (her young son) named as the […]

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Remains found by hunting guide: Girly’s?

October 1, 2000 (Magdalena) It happened one week ago. A hunting guide discovered what appeared to be human remains…that of a woman…wrapped inside a blue tarp. Near Magdalena. Only about 15-miles from where Girly Hossencofft’s bloodied shorts, shirt and underwear were discovered inside a blue tarp a year ago along Highway-60. Tests will determine if […]

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