Santa Fe New Mexican, October 23, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 23, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE NEWfrMEXICAN OCTOBER SUNDAY ONE DOLLAR It should have been A former gang member and heroin addict shares his life story after the stabbing death of his son Photos by Luis Sanchez New Mexican Nick Clokey kneels in front of the grave of his son Jon Paul Martinez who died after being stabbed Sept 18 at a party in Albuquerque Clokey a former gang member from Santa Fe reunited with his son a few months before he died Marcos Mares right a friend of Jon Pauls visited the grave at Rosario Cemetery with Clokey By Natalie Storey The New Mexican Near the grave of his 18yearold son former gang member Nick Clokey drops to his knees He prays The 53yearold places his head near the ground supporting himself with his arms thick tattooed and scarred from stabbings He often visits Rosario Cemetery where his son was buried after he was stabbed to death a month ago In silence Clokey talks with God whom he became reacquainted with in prison He prays for forgiveness for deliverance from the violence of his life He prays for the soul of his son Jon Paul Martinez a boy who relatives say wasnt a gang member but still couldnt escape gangrelated violence He prays no revenge will be taken for his sons killing A lot of people think there could be a lot of he says But thats not Please see SHOULD Page A7 Clokey S3 watches a Christian television program at home Clokey abandoned religion at the age of 9 after his father died but found faith again in 198O while in prison Governor N Korea trip good for peace By Deborah Baker The Associated Press Gov Bill Richardson said Saturday that his visit to North Korea moved the peace process forward provided humanitarian help and secured a spot for New Mexico in any future relation ship between the and the commu nist country Im happy with the work I did We made a said Richardson who landed at the Santa Fe airport following a 13hour flight from South Korea Now we get back to the issues affect ing this said the Democratic gov ernor Richardson a former ambas sador congressman and diplomatic troubleshooter made the North Korea trip at the invitation of the Pyongyang regime using an Air Force plane pro vided by the Bush administration He had earlier emerged from his four day visit to the country to announce that North Korea would unconditionally resume talks on its nuclearweapons program in early November in Beijing and return to the international nuclear nonproliferation pact I dont know if they would have gone to the talks on that Richardson replied when asked Saturday if North Please see TRIP Page A5 Now we get back to the issues affecting this Gov Bill Richardson INSIDE President of China to visit North Korea next week Page A4 Evacuations are ordered as Wilma threatens Florida By David Royse The Associated Press KEY WEST Fla A full two days before the deadly eye of Wilma was expected to reach Floridas Gulf Coast parts of the state were flooded hipdeep by heavy rain from Wilmas outer bands and residents were streaming out of the Keys under a mandatory evacuation The entire southern Florida peninsula the lower 400 miles of the state was put under a hurricane watch Saturday meaning winds of at least 74 mph were possible by Monday morning Forecasters say theres good reason to heed the warnings Computer models indicate a landfall on the southern part of Florida sometime Monday not far off the path Hur ricane Charley took last year We cant be exact of course on where the system is going to go And it is imperative that people realize that where the exact center goes is important but it is not the entire said hurricane specialist Richard Knabb With hurricaneforce winds stretching for 170 miles Please see WILMA Page A4 IN THEIR DUST A fast start by The University of New Mexico Lobos proves too difficult for the Aztecs to overcome as San Diego State falls 4724 Sports Bl BENEFIT HUNT Employees should expect to have fewer healthinsurance options in 2006 Business Dl OBITUARIES Jacob Duncan 22 Oct 13 Carmen V Galtegos 66 Santa Fe Oct 20 Ramon E Larranaga 88 Moriarty Oct 17 Page FORMER GOVERNOR BREAKS HIS BACK Former Gov Gary Johnson known for an affinity to both traditional and extreme sports is bed bound for the next six months after a paragliding accident Local news Cl Index Annies Horoscope Local Mutual D8 SUNDAY GET READY FOR THE WEEK AHEAD From fashion to travel to video games and more find out what people will be talking about on Monday Sunday inside TODAY Cooler and breezy some sun High 57 low 36 PageC8 Police Time Main Late News Eleven sections 112 pages Sunday maga2ine 40 pages 156th year Issue No 296 Publication No 596440 wimuantafenewmexicanxom Serving New Mexico for ISC years 4 V ;

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