Dead man was shot in chin

The 26-year-old man found dead Saturday on or near Pojoaque Pueblo had been shot in the chin, a Santa Fe County Sheriff's Department report says. Full Story
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lmfao

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#22 Apr 15, 2009
George Pomonis wrote:
Why in the world would someone want to shoot a dead man in the chin? Isn't he already dead?
OMG!!! dude he was shot in the chin and led to his death from the gun shot wound to his chin ughhhhh i dont know if i can read another comment from morons today.

And response to this article we will hear all about it with no coverup because it was a native american that was killed and dumped on indian land so they wil get to the bottom of this. If it was a diffrent ethnic backround killed on indian land then we will not hear another thing about it.

People dont you see the pattern!
Come on

Albuquerque, NM

#23 Apr 15, 2009
Sounds like you may know a little too much. Remember, they can track you based on your IP address. Hope you are not guilty of anything.
ronelle wrote:
tya for that guy dumb **** dude he should of never been talking shyt
Good Gawd

Santa Fe, NM

#24 Apr 15, 2009
full of it wrote:
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Your funny! Only an addict would make that suggestion. If your so scared to live in Pojoaque valley then MOVE! Oh nevermind, I forgot, your perscription meds will keep you calm!
Nope, not an addict, don't take meds, not scared an don't live in Pojo. Valley.!!!!!!!! And your problem, is what?

Since: Oct 08

Perham, MN

#25 Apr 15, 2009
lmfao wrote:
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OMG!!! dude he was shot in the chin and led to his death from the gun shot wound to his chin ughhhhh i dont know if i can read another comment from morons today.
And response to this article we will hear all about it with no coverup because it was a native american that was killed and dumped on indian land so they wil get to the bottom of this. If it was a diffrent ethnic backround killed on indian land then we will not hear another thing about it.
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People dont you see the pattern!
Just read the poorly worded headline serucha.
Jasmine Vigil-28

Albuquerque, NM

#26 Apr 15, 2009
R.I.P. Naayaitch Friday. I knew Naaiyaitch and he was a good young man from Dulce, NM, I went to school with him and his older brother back on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. I hadn't talked to him in years after he moved to Santa Fe, and from reading this editorial, I'm glad that he impacted so many people. I'm sad to hear of his loss, and my condolences go out to his family. He will be greatly missed. I'm still in shock about his death, and it feels surreal. I'm disgusted on how such hate and violence can be given to any human being, that they took his life, and disregarded of him in such a way to be found. Although I don't know the extent of the details in this investigation, I hope that the people or person responsible for his death be dealt with through Justice. Our community has lost many of our Native young people to alcoholism, suicide, car wrecks, and murders, that it not only gives reality of violence, but that we are such a small tribe that we can't afford to lose anymore of our people! I'm sorry that he left four young ones and his girlfriend behind. May he walk the road to the other side and the Great Spirit watch over his family.
FOOL

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#27 Apr 16, 2009
Come on wrote:
Sounds like you may know a little too much. Remember, they can track you based on your IP address. Hope you are not guilty of anything.
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I suggest you read the Topix privacy statement.
FOOL

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#28 Apr 16, 2009
lmfao wrote:
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OMG!!! dude he was shot in the chin and led to his death from the gun shot wound to his chin ughhhhh i dont know if i can read another comment from morons today.
And response to this article we will hear all about it with no coverup because it was a native american that was killed and dumped on indian land so they wil get to the bottom of this. If it was a diffrent ethnic backround killed on indian land then we will not hear another thing about it.
People dont you see the pattern!
what...another forensic scientist here? Let the guy ask a question without bashing him. Guess we can't all be as smart as you.
MilesDC

Albuquerque, NM

#29 Apr 16, 2009
Peace to N. Friday. To all his friends reading this, hopefully we can continue to touch his childrens' lives by taking time to visit and share good stories of the wit, love and laughter he brought to the world.
Come on

Albuquerque, NM

#30 Apr 16, 2009
Yeah, I am sure that will hold water.

FOOL wrote:
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I suggest you read the Topix privacy statement.
FOOL

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#31 Apr 16, 2009
Come on wrote:
Yeah, I am sure that will hold water.
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It does hold water. Topix requires a california state court order or a federal court order. Anything else you wish to know? Believe me. I know what I am talking about. Try it!
Taos Acoma Pueblo

Santa Fe, NM

#32 Apr 17, 2009
I met Naayaitch once. I actually went out with him and his brother one night. He loved music, girls, doing his art, laughing...He was happy. He was close to his brother. My condolences to his family and his children. The Native community in Santa Fe, NM will remeber Naayaitch as a talented, funny, kind man. May you rest in peace brother!
Come on

Albuquerque, NM

#33 Apr 17, 2009
I have nothing to be guilty of so I can't try it. Sorry.
FOOL wrote:
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It does hold water. Topix requires a california state court order or a federal court order. Anything else you wish to know? Believe me. I know what I am talking about. Try it!
Amazed

Las Vegas, NV

#34 Apr 18, 2009
I can't believe what some people are saying. Heartless comes to mind . Ignorant is another.
Shandiin

Albuquerque, NM

#35 Apr 20, 2009
My prayers go out to the Naayaitch and his Family! I am a friend of his brother Ishkoten. All the times I ever meet him through his brother he was a nice guy, funny and always watched out for his own. It is sad to hear he is gone and leaving behind four children.

Being positive and caring for others goes a long way.

Please respect his family...and don't say anything more that is hurtful.

Travel good Naayaitch...to the clouds!
sad

United States

#36 Apr 22, 2009
All the negative comments about the young mans death is uncalled for, all you negative people remeber what goes around comes around. My prayers are with his family
A friend

Santa Fe, NM

#37 Apr 26, 2009
This is a shock. I just now found out about Naayaitch. I have known him for a few years. My thoughts and prayers go to his mom, brothers, girlfriend and his children. It's still hard for me to believe. Rest in Peace Naayaitch.
Call the

Santa Fe, NM

#39 May 10, 2009
Hai Yai Friday wrote:
I hope Carl Ernesto Romero gets what he deserves. If he doesn't I will hunt him down AND KILL HIM MYSELF!!! I am his older brother and still love my little bro. The family of the murderer deserves to suffer with him. Anyone who has anything to say can kiss my ****... Come and try to find me... Ha Ha Ha!!! Im always around...
police, web-ed.
Verbal

Broomfield, CO

#40 Feb 10, 2010
i knew him half my life. he taught me everything that i know and i still love him. hes was everything i wanted and loved. i still love him to this day adn think about hi everyday and it hurts alot. and i pray that hes in a good place, doing what he loves- tagging, busting flows and raising hell. my love goes out to my duaghter kammie, i love you. and your daddy always has my heart b-cuz he ways my first love and alwsys will be. pest in peace.... Verbal(cliff hanger) Naayaitch Friday
ajay

United States

#41 Oct 14, 2011
I knew him he was my uncle and I loved him very much and I miss him yea I remember all the stuff he like to do and sometimes when he would come over and would watch me play my Xbox and sometimes would join just to kick some **** on halo on Xbox live. Yea I still can't believe he is gone, last time i talk to him he said he was going to take me to mount Rushmore and crazyhorse memorial when i turn 18. But now I'm 19 and i still miss him R.I.P uncle Naayaitch Friday we will meet again in time

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