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Her first night in her brand-new home at Clinton Street, Montez didn't have a TV or radio yet, but she did have her books, so she lay on her bed and read.
Montez was promoted from Managing Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Assistant Secretary and, in that capacity provided legal counsel on employee benefit issues as well as for ICMA-RC's business and operations.
His bubbly, easy-going music and his West Coast drawl went down a treat and Montez even left the stage to sing and dance with fans, pose for photographs and kiss the more enthusiastic of devotees.
Montez, who prefers not to use his birth name, took his stage moniker from over-the-top '40s actress Maria Montez, long before Perez Hilton paid a similar homage.
Responding at first cautiously and then with gusto to the prompts of onstage "director" Rainald Goetz, Montez occasionally stumbled but still shined, displaying a charisma undimmed by years out of the limelight.
For Montez, it capped an impressive return to sectional competition after missing the nation's largest junior tournament the past three years to compete for Mexico in ITF events.
A source from the French prosecutor's office said earlier that Montez, 53, told a judge behind closed doors in a court committal session that he raped and killed the Cornish girl.
Last year, 51 year-old Spaniard Montez was extradited from Miami to France and was charged with Caroline's rape and murder.
Five years after Caroline was killed in 1996, Montez was arrested over a break-in with sexual overtones in Miami Beach, Florida.
Montez, 51, appeared before magistrate Jean-Pierre Gimonet in Rennes, Brittany.
Spanish itinerant barman Francisco Arces Montez was transferred overnight from a remand centre near Paris to a prison in Rennes.
They had already been dealt by traders in Sierra Leone, sent under a Portuguese flag to the thriving market in Havana, bought by two Spaniards named Ruiz and Montez, placed in irons, and shipped off once again, this time to Guanaja, the main port of Principe.