Category Archives: Police militarization
COMMENTARY by Dennis L. Blewitt, J.D. It has been almost 50 years since I was first introduced to the Magna Carta. And here was I, viewing one of four remaining copies of the document penned in 1215. It wasn’t until I finished law school that I was able to appreciate the significance and impact that …
Boulder’s role in Watergate.
I had no desire to be district attorney and prosecute people, but I felt obligated to stop the police state juggernaut that I could see starting to trample the citizenry. Although the administration talked in code referring to “law and order,”