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Alan Sudduth behind bars: Court denies new trial for 1995 killing somebody else cops to

9 years ago by Joel Warner
As recounted in the April story "The Boy Who Wouldn't Tell," Alan Sudduth has spent more than half his 31 years behind bars for the 1995 killing of Denver cab driver Finley Bradshaw Myers, even though somebody else -- a friend of Sudduth's named Nicholas Reed -- has repeatedly confessed...
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Alan Sudduth behind bars: Supreme Court denies new trial for 1995 killing

8 years ago by Joel Warner
As recounted in the April story "The Boy Who Wouldn't Tell," Alan Sudduth has spent more than half his 31 years behind bars for the 1995 killing of Denver cab driver Finley Bradshaw Myers, even though somebody else -- a friend named Nicholas Reed -- has confessed to the murder...
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Letters: Alan Sudduth can stay behind bars, for all most readers care

"The Boy Who Wouldn't Tell," Joel Warner, April 22 To Tell the Truth Are readers supposed to feel sympathetic for Alan Sudduth? After reading this article, one should ask, so what? I personally feel Sudduth deserves every single minute he's served behind bars already, as well as those he'll still...
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Children behind bars: Why Colorado is trigger-happy when it comes to sentencing kids like Alan Sudduth as adults

9 years ago by Joel Warner
Our cover story this week recounts the tale of Alan Sudduth, a juvenile who was sentenced to seventy years in prison in 1996 for the murder of a cab driver -- even though a recent hearing showed that the prosecution's case was full of holes, earning Sudduth a new trial...
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Alan Sudduth learned young that you never snitch -- but now, only the truth can set him free

9 years ago by Joel Warner
On the night of April 1, 1995, Alan Sudduth's mother was out, again, leaving the sixteen-year-old and his fourteen-year-old brother alone in their bleak two-bedroom apartment in Aurora. There was a world of ways in which they could get into trouble — and trouble soon knocked on the door. Nicholas...
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Colorado's New Prison-Gang Program Draws From Inmate Efforts

2 years ago by Joel Warner
Over much of the past decade, several inmates in a Colorado prison developed a series of revolutionary programs that challenged the way most correctional facilities handle gang violence. Their approach was so successful that Colorado Department of Corrections administrators are now using some of their ideas for their own new prison-gang program.
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Letters: Anyone who'd date Bill Sullivan is a dope...or a dupe

"Bad News Bill," Melanie Asmar, April 29 Ex Marks the Spot So Bill Sullivan is a jerk and chicks are easy to dupe. Boring. C. Sean McManus Denver Let's see, a guy shows up for a first date wearing an ankle monitor and explains it's because of his embezzlement conviction...

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