Brooke Jackson

  • Blogs

    May 8, 2013

    Troy Anderson: Are prisoner's conditions worse since winning supermax lawsuit?

    Troy Anderson, a mentally ill inmate at Colorado's supermax prison, won a landmark decision last summer when a federal judge ruled he's entitled to at least three hours a week of fresh air and outdoor exercise. Now, Anderson's attorneys claim Department of Corrections officials have failed to comply ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 22, 2013

    Marvin Booker jail death: Judge asked to stop city from blocking FBI access to evidence

    Last month, the family of Marvin Booker, who died in custody at a Denver jail in 2010, expressed frustration over delays in a lawsuit they filed against the city the following year. Weeks later, a trial date still hasn't been set, but court action is taking place: The family's attorney, Darold Kilme ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 27, 2012

    Troy Anderson lawsuit: Supermax must provide outdoor rec, judge rules

    In what amounts to a landmark decision, a federal judge has ruled that the conditions of solitary confinement at the Colorado State Penitentiary constitute "a paradigm of inhumane treatment" and must change -- notably, so that inmates locked down in their cells 23 hours a day can have at least three ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 2, 2011

    Timothy Gonzales, who moved into man's house and boxer shorts, also sentenced for sex assaults

    Big pics below.​Timothy Gonzales made news in November 2009 after being found in a guy's house wearing the owner's boxer shorts -- hahahahahaha! So why the holy hell was he sentenced this week to 28 years in prison? For some very good reasons -- including sexually assaulting two teenagers.

  • Blogs

    March 13, 2007
  • News

    March 8, 2007

    Split Decision

    Media outlets disagree about naming a suicidal attorney before police released his name. Did the public have a right to know?

  • News

    April 13, 2006

    Hiding in Plain Sight

    Are Columbine's remaining secrets too dangerous for the public to know -- or too embarrassing for officials to reveal?

  • News

    January 10, 2002

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    The truth will out -- just not in Jefferson County.

  • News

    June 7, 2001

    Murderers' Row

    Until two years ago, Colorado juries weighed whether men deserved to die. Now judges decide their fate.

  • News

    April 19, 2001

    Chronology of a Big Fat Lie

    Tracking the official story of the secret Columbine affidavit.

  • News

    April 12, 2001

    Lights, Camera...No Comment

    Two years after the shootings, 60 Minutes brings Columbine back to prime time -- and local officials get camera-shy.

  • News

    September 14, 2000

    Killing Time

    It may take years to sort out what happened during the “missing” minutes at Columbine.

  • News

    July 13, 2000

    The Lost Command

    Sheriff Stone's report says his officers did everything right at Columbine. The evidence tells a different story.

  • News

    December 2, 1999

    What We Have Here...Is a Failure to Rehabilitate

    The youthful offender system was supposed to save gang kids. Now it’s about snitching, fronting—and growing numbers of teens headed for adult prison.

  • News

    May 6, 1999

    Judgment Day

    The state's first death-penalty panel meets--and spares the life of Robert Riggan.