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July 31, 1988 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
Raul Zamudio finally was turning his life around after a failed job and a divorce. At 41, he found steady work as a counselor at a Santa Clara County Probation Department boys' ranch, and he bought a new car and a house in a nice neighborhood here. But in May, all that came to an end when Hollister police arrested him in the Easter weekend rape and murder of Martha De La Rosa, a well-liked and hard-working 22-year-old college student.
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July 31, 1988 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
Raul Zamudio finally was turning his life around after a failed job and a divorce. At 41, he found steady work as a counselor at a Santa Clara County Probation Department boys' ranch, and he bought a new car and a house in a nice neighborhood here. But in May, all that came to an end when Hollister police arrested him in the Easter weekend rape and murder of Martha De La Rosa, a well-liked and hard-working 22-year-old college student.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2003
I am in a state of utter confusion as well as pain from the way Reed Johnson quoted me ("War in All Its Awful Beauty," April 20). Not only am I adamantly against Karlheinz Stockhausen's hideous perception about the attack on the twin towers on 9/11, which occurred about half a mile from my home and which I witnessed, but I also have friends who were murdered there. To insinuate that I have reduced my friends' lives and deaths to artistic or formal expressions is irresponsible journalism that further inflicts violence on the memory of my friends and the rest of those who died on that day. Raul Zamudio New York City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1988
A National City man was convicted Wednesday of attempted murder of a police officer, whose bulletproof vest may have saved his life when he was shot Dec. 26. Raul Zamudio Cortez, 20, was found guilty by San Diego Superior Court Judge Kevin Midlam in a non-jury trial. Cortez was also found to have shot San Diego Police Officer Scott Haney in the arm during a traffic stop. Deputy Dist. Atty. Keith Burt said Cortez could be sentenced to a maximum 12 years in state prison.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1987
A judge set bail at $350,000 for a San Diego man who pleaded innocent Tuesday to charges of shooting a police officer during a traffic stop. Municipal Judge Louis E. Boyle also scheduled a Thursday bail review hearing for Raul Zamudio Cortez, 19, who is accused of trying to murder San Diego Police Officer Scott W. Haney Saturday. Cortez, who faces life in prison if convicted, is accused of shooting Haney below the left arm after two previous shots were stopped by Haney's bulletproof vest.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1987 | DAVID SMOLLAR, Times Staff Writer
A San Diego police officer was in fair condition late Saturday with a gunshot wound to the upper arm after an early-morning traffic stop became violent, resulting in the shooting of the officer and a special police action around an apartment in East San Diego. The incident was the most serious of three traffic stops throughout the county--two in San Diego and one in Carlsbad--that turned into major altercations. Officer Scott W.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2003 | Reed Johnson, Times Staff Writer
War, we all know, is hell. But war is also beautiful. It is the savage lyricism of "The Iliad," the epic sweep and microscopic precision of a Bruegel battle scene, the solemn symmetry of a photograph, published in Life magazine in September 1943, of three soldiers lying dead on a New Guinea beach, their dark bodies pressing into the light sand. Look again at some of the imagery spewing from America's war with Iraq.
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