This is by far the smallest park in the United States. There is a police camera mounted on a telephone pole at the northwest corner of the park. The police camera can pan, zoom and record everything going on in the park. There is more drugs sold in this park than any other park in the United States. It is by far the world's smallest park, every square inch of the park can be viewed by the police camera. Why then is there more drugs sold in this park than any other park in the United States? Denver is a very corrupt city, more corrupt than Chicago. Denver is a land-locked Little Chicago. Someone is making money. On any given day, in four hours I can on my bicycle figure out who is supplying the park with drugs. That's why the police threw my bicycle and I in the park and locked my bicycle to a bench, threw me in jail on false charges and stole my bicycle. I represented myself pro-se. The city attorney, public defender, county court judges and Chief of Administration of the Denver Police Department John Lamb are all corrupt. They stole my Bianchi Road Bike and conspired thinking they could hold me in jail long enough to evict my photographs of the Light Rail Train running red lights from my apartment to the sidewalk by the Sheriff. I filed motion for Discovery with the City Attorney's Office. Discovery was delayed until after the court date. I called 911. I was attacked. The City Attorney put the name of the attacker on the tape as the caller. I clearly spelled my name to the dispatcher. All charges were dismissed. My negatives were ransacked, they didn't find the 3,500 negatives of the Light Rail Train running red lights through every signalized intersection in Downtown Denver. To see some of my photographs of the Light Rail Train running red lights online, please Google my name Ray Denonville.