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New Mexican (Newspaper) - December 19, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico NEW THE SANTA FE DECEMBER MONDAY 50 CENTS Robbies brother says hes scapegoat Ronnie Romero claims hes falsely accused By Brandon Garcia The New Mexican Robbie Romeros older brother said that police are falsely accus ing him in the boys 2000 disap pearance to cover their own incompetence I think what the police are doing is using me as a Ronnie Romero 28 said Sunday His statement came a day after his mother Evelyn Romero said that police are seeking a grand jury indictment against Ronnie Romero and served her a sub poena to testify on Jan 26 Ronnie Romero said that his mother plans to file a civil suit alleging the Santa Fe Police Department wrongfully entered their home Friday when she was served the subpoena Santa Fe Police Chief Beverlv Lennen said Sunday she couldnt respond to potential litigation but she called Ronnie Romero a per son of strong interest in the boys disappearance Our only goal in this situation is to find justice for a 7yearold boy that disappeared and we believe to be Lennen said It is our job to speak for that little boy who cannot speak for himself Evelyn Romero also said the state Children Youth and Families Department took custody of her 16yearold son and 5yearold grandson and accused her of neglect Each child was sent to the homes of one of Ronnie Romeros brothers Ronnie Romero said In the interview Sunday Ron nie Romero said the custody issue hasnt been settled It dalles me they didnt take my lads but they took her he said Ronnie Romero who lives with his mother has a 2yearold child and a 3monthold child He said recent police maneu vers are spurred by the Romero familys effort to see the police case file in Robbies disappear ance Police have refused to share the file and a ruling is pending in state Supreme Court We feel thaf s why theyre doing Ronnie Romero said of his possible indictment and his mothers testimony before a grand jury The Supreme Court is about to make a decision so they are trying to get an indictment before that happens to make themselves look Ronnie Romero said Fridays incident was only the latest Please see BROTHER Page A8 Robbie Romero Missing since 2000 Merry marionettes ANALYSIS Karl New Mexican Carmel Murphy and Mario Girard get their picture taken with a marionette Santa Claus controlled by Joa Dattilo at the Santa Fe Museum of Rne Art on Sunday The Santa was part of the Baumann marionettes show held in conjunction with the museums holiday open house WALTER KAUT 19222005 Army officer issued Roswell UFO report The Associated Press ROSWELL A US Army lieutenant who issued a nowfamous news release that sparked decades of speculation about whether aliens really crashlanded here in 1947 has died Walter Haut a former spokesman for the nowdefunct Roswell Army Air Field died of natural causes Thursday in Roswell his daughter Julie Shuster said Sunday He was 83 Haut listened closely on July as base commander CoL William Blanchard dictated information about a recovered fly ing saucer and ordered Haut to issue it The RosweU Doily Record ran a bold headline July RAAF Captures Fly ing Saucer on Ranch in Roswell The same day an Army statement was released saying the recovered wreckage was only a weather balloon I guess they changed their Haut told The Associated Press in 1997 Haut said he never was told where the Please see ROSWELL Page A8 Bush admits wrongdoin pleads for support With credibility and approval ratings in shambles president reaches out By Ron Foumier The Associated Press WASHINGTON No more rosy scenarios After watching his credibility and approval ratings crum ble over the course of 2005 President Bush completed a rhetorical shift Sunday night by abandoning his everything isOK pitch to Americans and coming clean He was wrong about the rationale for going to war in Iraq he underesti mated the dangers the country has suffered terrible and the bad news isnt over Even with his highprofile display of accountability a step anxious Republican leaders had been demanding for weeks Bush remained unyielding To retreat before victory would be an act of recklessness and dishonor and I will not allow he said in a prime time address capping a series of five speeches designed to reverse a stunning political freefalL There is some evidence that the rhetorical shift has worked Recent polls suggest that while a majority of Americans disapprove of Bushs performance his job rat Please see BUSH Page A8 Immigration bill goes against Bible groups say By Darryi Fears The Washington Post WASHINGTON When Tim Holt spotted Maria Raba nales of El Salvador lying still in the Arizona desert this summer he believed he had a Godgiven duty to save her He forced water through the womans swollen jaws and poured ice down her shirt Border Patrol agents later took Rabanales to a hospital where she was revived Holt was praised by Humane Borders sponsored by First Christian Church of Tucson where he is a volunteer But his actions that June day soon might be considered a crime punishable by up to five years in prison or property forfei ture if a Republicansponsored bill that passed the House along partisan lines on Friday becomes law The bill endorsed by the Bush administration though Please see IMMIGRATION Page A8 SEND YOUR FUTURE SELF AN EMAIL and Web sites like it are technologys answer to the time capsule Page A3 EL VALOR DEQUUOTE Una edition de 10 fibres analiza por que E Quijote sigue vigente en el siglo XXI El Kuevo Bl OBITUARY Robert F Ruiz 20 Dec 17 PageA2 PERFECT NO MORE The Indianapolis Colts pursuit of perfection ended Sunday in the time it took Chargers backup running back Michael Turner to break a 83yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to seal the win for San Diego Sports Cl Partly cloudy High 50 low 24 PageC8 Index Annies Mailbox Classifieds Comics Crossword El D6 Horoscope Police A locally owned and independent newspaper A7 Super Time C7 Main Late News Four sections 28 pages 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