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Henning’s sentence: 73 years

  (Albuquerque) Linda Henning has spent three and half years behind bars waiting to learn her fate. The answer finally came from District Court Judge W. John Brennan on Friday, April 18, 2003. Brennan sentenced the convicted murderer to a life sentence plus 43 years. In New Mexico, a life sentence is 30 years. Last […]

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Witness says private investigator told her, “We know where she’s buried…”

(Albuquerque) Cynthia Hess says she was stunned when recently contacted by a private investigator working for Bill Miller’s defense attorney, Ray Twohig. Hess says the private investigator, Maurice Moya, revealed that he knows where Girly Chew Hossencofft’s body is buried. Hess is a well-known psychic in Albuquerque. Bill Miller, who’s charged with five counts of […]

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Jim Brown served as the jury foreman in the LInda Henning trial. This photo of a television monitor shows Brown speaking with KOB-TV's Mark Horner in an exclusive interview broadcast during a 10pm newscast on Wednesday, October 30, 2002.

Jury foreman sheds light on Henning verdict

He also expresses concern regarding NM law (Albuquerque) Jim Brown says the jury in the Linda Henning murder trial carefully followed the letter-of-the-law when measuring her guilt or innocence. He should know. Brown was the jury’s foreman. The jury convicted Henning of felony murder and several other crimes. But one senses Brown has mixed feelings […]

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Hossencofft in Los Lunas prison

(Albuquerque) Even as Diazien Hossencofft stood still in the distant shadow, he fixed his gaze on news cameras on the other side of a locked security gate. This was “transport day” at the downtown Albuquerque jail. Wearing inmate uniforms and handcuffs, a small group of prisoners was escorted across the secured jail parking lot and […]

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Investigators search Rio Puerco for Girly’s remains

…won’t disclose what–if anything–was found. March 4, 2001 (photos to be added: rpsearch1.jpg A few hundred yards south of Interstate 40, searchers gather as two of them dig in a small area behind a tiny hill. rpsearch2.jpg A cadaver dog, named Jasper, disappears into the shadows along the side of the Rio Puerco as his […]

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