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The Stephen Zachary letter

The following letter is written by Stephen Zachary, a longtime friend of Linda Henning. Zachary says he reached-out to protect Henning from Hossencofft. It is my understanding that his overtures displeased Henning and she became so angry with him, she eventually disassociated herself from him. Zachary writes the letter to Judge W. John Brennan, who […]

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“Guilty”

The jury in the Linda Henning murder trial found her guilty Friday of murdering Girly Chew Hossencofft. Henning could become the first woman executed in New Mexico since the 19th century. That’s because the jury convicted her of “felony” murder and kidnapping. Those two components make her eligible for a death sentence in New Mexico, […]

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July 17, 2001 indictments

July 17, 2001 (photos to be added: dh1001a.jpg hengface1.jpg)   Diazien Hossencofft: OPEN COUNT OF MURDER; OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE: FIRST DEGREE MURDER (FELONY MURDER); CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT FIRST DEGREE MURDER; KIDNAPPING (VICTIM NOT FREED IN A SAFE PLACE AND GREAT BODILY HARM INFLICTED); CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT KIDNAPPING, CRIMINAL SOLICITATION (THREE COUNTS); TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE […]

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Miller, Henning and Hossencofft: together again

New insights regarding missing tape and bloody gun July 17, 2000 (photos in this post: padmiller.jpg Attorney Timothy Padilla (left) with client Bill Miller hossente.jpg Diazien Hossencofft hengexit.jpg Linda Henning millerpad.jpg Bill Miller (left) and his attorney Timothy Padilla leaving court hosselev.jpg Diazien Hossencofft)   (Albuquerque) It is likely the first time the “Big Three” have […]

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Where’s the tape?

Prosecutors still seeking recorded conversation between Henning and Miller Monday, July 3, 2000 (photo goes here: hengcu2.jpg) (Albuquerque) Prosecutors in the Girly Chew Hossencofft murder case filed a “Motion to Show Cause” today involving key witness Bill Miller of Albuquerque. Although Miller was twice served subpoenas last month, he has still failed to turn over […]

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