9/11 Freedom Rally at Dick's Sporting Goods Park: Red, white, blue & camouflage (PHOTOS)

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Plenty of events in the Denver area commemorated the tenth anniversary of 9/11 -- and that's not even counting the couple who may have spurred a security incident by trying to join the Mile High Club in an airplane bathroom. The 9/11 Freedom Rally at Dick's Sporting Goods park was among the most highly promoted, and while it didn't set any attendance records, there was lots to see. Check out highlights from photog Brandon Marshall's gallery below. More from our News archive: "9/11 anniversary: Top 10 terrorists with Colorado connections."

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