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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - August 24, 2006, Roswell, New Mexico GENERAL A2 HOSTAGES DEMANDS AIRED DAILY SPORTS B1E ROSWELL PENTATHLETES SCORE THIS SUMMER 7V B8 CRUISEING TO BREAKUP AUGUST VOICE OF THE PECOS VALLEY atlp meco ogtoeu authorities notified about Karr Suspect showed interest in Klaas deaths LOS ANGELES AP Cali fornia detectives learned of John Mark Karrs apparent fascination with the JonBenet Ramsey murder while investi gating him in but they said Wednesday he did not appear to have any special knowledge of the The Sonoma County Sher iffs Department said in a statement that it notified Col orado officials five years ago about It is the earliest known time that Karr was brought to the attention of authorities investigating the 1996 slaying of the girl in her Boulder We never uncovered any confession overt AP Photos Attorneys Jamie and Patience Van Zandt introduce them selves to the media as counsel for John Mark the man suspected of killing 6year old Jon Benet at a news conference in San on murder or other indications that John Karr possessed secret knowledge that only the murderer of Jon Benet Ramsey would the statement The Boulder County district attorneys office did not imme diately return a call for com ment on the Karr remained jailed in Los Angeles on Wednesday await ing transport to which has issued a murder warrant for his He told reporters in Thailand last week that he was with Jon Benet when she died and that it was an His family contends he was with them in Georgia at the time of the Col orado Sonoma investigators learned about Karrs apparent interest in the Ramsey case and also that of Polly who was murdered in when Karr was investigated in the 1997 murder of a 12year old girl in Karr does not appear to be a suspect in the 12yearolds the statement During the authorities gathered informa tion from a woman in north ern Wendy that included tape recordings and emails with The investigation also See Page A2 Dendahl goes after Richardson over travel SANTA FE AP Bill Richardsons outofstate trav els and possible presidential ambitions came under fire Wednesday from Republican gubernatorial candidate John Obits time the man came clean with New Mexico Dendahl said in a statement urging Richardson to publicly disclose whether he intends to run for president in Dendahls Criticism came a week aftter Richardson was in where he campaigned for Chet the states Demo cratic candidate for and participated in an event organized by a unionbased group critical of WalMarts employment Iowas caucus 2008 is the leadoff contest in the Democratic presidential nominating Richard son also traveled this month to New which tradi tionally holds the first presi dential Richardson is chairman of the Democratic Governors and hes used that position to make political appearances in a number of The governor maintains hes focused on running for reelec After the 2006 Im going to make up my Richardson said last week in Iowa when asked about ar pos sible presidential Dendahl said Richardson has every right to have nation al aspirations but we would likely never see him if he were except on television somewhere The governors campaign Amanda said Richardson was undecided on whether he run for the Democ ratic presidential He has not made up his Hes committed to the people of this state and hes focused on his reelection and being the best that he can said Tense ceasefire in Lebanon Record File Photos Republican gubernatorial candi date John says Bill should come clean about his presidential AP Photo A Lebanese woman drinks from a bottle of water as she walks past the rubble of a building in the southern suburbs of Beirut on The area was destroyed during an attack by Israeli forces during the 34day IsraeliHezbollah Israel wants Hezbollah arms flow stopped Lebanon AP Syria on Wednesday opposed deployment of an international force along its border to pre vent arms shipments to and Israel called the situation in Lebanon A ceasefire was further shaken by artillery shells and explosions that killed three Lebanese soldiers and an Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora asked the to help lift an Israeli blockade on his countrys coast and air port which Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said would not happen until troops deployed along the LebanonSyria border to block the flow of Hezbollahs vast arsenal of rockets and other much of which is believed to originate in reaches the guerrillas across the Syrian European Union ambassadors and deputies met in to drum up volunteers for the but ten tative pledges reached just troops by Wednesday far short of the called for by the ceasefire resolu Deployment was likely take weeks or Syria Indicated it might impose a blockade of its They will close their borders for all traffic in the event that troops are deployed along the LebanonSyria bor Finlands foreign minister Erkki Tuomioja said after meeting his Syrian Walid in Finland holds the rotating presidency of the European Lebanon has land borders only with Syria and Syrias threat to close its border and Israels resolve to continue the blockade were among the burgeoning hurdles fac ing Lebanon as it struggled to meet key requirements of the resolution deployment of Lebanese soldiers south for the first time in four decades and stiffening control on all Several incidents erupted with the killing of three Lebanese and one Israeli soldier by exploding Sergeants welcome home from Iraq festive DUANE BARBATI RECORD STAFF WRITER The Adopt A Soldier program and Peter Piper Pizza welcomed Air Force Staff Kristy Molinar home after a oneyear tour of duty in said she is glad to be home visiting family and I have been back in Roswell since she I am on leave for a then go to Aviano Air Base in I get one month a year to visit with my Adopt A which sends care packages to soldiers in and the restaurant were hosts for a soft drinks and cake party to honor Molinar on We want to support our said Nicole Vargas of Adopt A We want our soldiers to know we are thinking and supporting They remember that when they go back and appreciate what we do for Peter Piper Pizza is more than happy to help Adopt A manager Josh White We are more than happy to help support our Molinar said she was stationed in near In we are the eyes of the she I am a aerospace control We watch on radar all military aircraft We watched the skies to make sure no bad guys came in from Afghanistan or Molinars George said he is very See Page A2 Daily Record Duane Barbati George Moli nar stands next to Adopt A Soldier organizer Nicole and his Air Force Staff Kristy dur ing a welcome home party at Peter Piper Pizza on INSIDE SOUTHEASTERN NEW MEXICOS LARGEST NEWSPAPER Dow JONES NASDAQ
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