Letters to the Editor

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End the Columbine reporting. We (as a whole) want to move on. Give us all a break, and let the families grieve as long and hard as they need to without another chapter in the misery of murder.
Jessica Carlsen
via the Internet

Conspiracies R Us
Regarding Alan Prendergast's "None Dare Call It Travesty," in the April 27 issue:

I have insider's knowledge of this event at Columbine High School, so I know more than most people as to what happened and why. I have to tell you that Prendergast has this one event very accurately portrayed. Furthermore, I was surprised to see that you would have the courage to expose the International Banksters or The New World Orderists and their puppets in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CORPORATION and UNITED NATIONS.

The ongoing conspiracy by all of these treasonous people in these groups for a One World Government that they are campaigning for is almost written word for word in the Soviet Unions Charter, which is Communism. If you expose them too much, they will retaliate by either warning you or assassinating your credibility, your character or you.

I will make one prediction that I'm sorry to say that will come true, and you can hold me to this: If the Banksters do not feel they are making enough progress to meet their agenda by getting the rest of the guns from their subjects or slaves in the United States so they will be closer to complete control of the World, they will kill more innocent children than adults, because this has more of an effect on the public.

Seek the truth, know the truth, for truth shall set you free. God will bless you for telling the truth.
Name withheld on request

The Beat Goes On
Regarding Robin Chotzinoff's "Beat Cops," in the April 20 issue:

I would add William Shatner's renditions of "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" to the Fort Lupton playlist. ( Diamonds.mp3; http://www-personal.umich. edu/~bobzilla/mp3/wacky/William_Shatner-Mr_Tambourine_ Man.mp3.)

'Course, they did help Captain Kirk get that gig.
David Hakala
via the Internet

      Listening to the soundtrack from Cats is my idea of cruel and unusual punishment.
Janey Ransome

Life for a Life
I was glad to see Juliet Wittman's April 20 article "Murder by Death," concerning the sad story of Lisl Auman. I have been following this case for several years and still cannot believe this woman was charged with murder when she was in police custody at the time of the murder. This case is an example of an overzealous DA and revengeful police community taking advantage of an arcane law.

This woman was in the wrong place at the wrong time. She is not a murderer. Locking her up for the rest of her life is only creating another victim out of this tragic shooting.
R. Porter Ingrum
University of Virginia

      Juliet Wittman's article regarding the unjust and fraudulent treatment of Lisl Auman hit home with me. What kind of world do we live in that the police can walk into a courtroom and literally intimidate the defense? I attended the trial of Lisl Auman and was appalled at the theatrics displayed on the part of the Denver Police Department.

I also must question the integrity and motives of District Attorney Bill Ritter in his decision to even charge Lisl with murder. If someone can be sitting in a police car, handcuffed, while a murder is being committed, then there are many more murderers out there than I care to imagine. Not only is the district attorney's office of this city corrupt, but the police department needs a complete overhaul. The city's "peace" officers are nothing but a gang dressed in police uniforms. They will fight, cheat and lie to win their cause at any innocent person's expense. How can they sleep at night knowing that an innocent woman is locked up for a crime she did not commit?

The real killer did us all justice by committing suicide. He is dead; therefore, this matter is dead, and Lisl should be back home rebuilding her life.
Jill Miller
via the Internet

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