Author Archives: David Lee Anderson

History of the Death Penalty

There is no written record of the Stone Age executions, but in our recorded history we began with; “Stoning”, “Impaling”, “Disemboweling”, “Beheading”, and “Burning at the Stake”.   In our more recent history we have used; “A Firing Squad”, “The … Continue reading

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Denver Stands With Standing Rock #NoDAPL NoKXL No More Fossil Fuels

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Mark Iannicelli Denver Revolutionary

The heart and soul of any revolution is found in the people who find the courage to stand up to the power of the state and cry out for justice. Such a man is Mark Iannicelli. Mark’s crime is to … Continue reading

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Judges need to see we are watching

Today 5/9/16, a small defense attorney, Katayoun Donnelly, with a powerful voice, stood up for Mark Iannicelli, an activist. She faced off against Judge Theresa Spahn in courtroom 3F of Denver’s municipal court. Many of us have been crushed by … Continue reading

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Shit in a Sack

? From the front page of the Pueblo Star-Journal and Sunday Chieftain?, Dated Sunday November 6, 1977. The banner headline on the front page cried out in large bold lettering: NEWSMEN TOUR PRISON AND VIEW “LIVING HELL” By Bill Gagnon. … Continue reading

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Hillary, Trump Hold Historical Meeting

DLA News Service, Denver, Colorado   Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, along with Bill and Melania have met privately to discuss the fall election. The meeting was conducted at a closed door meeting on Wall Street late Tuesday evening after … Continue reading

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The Children’s Escort Act?

From: The Denver School Board To: All parents of the greater Denver School District   The School Board has received several calls from concerned parents in regards to the use of the children’s restrooms. The following directive will be sent … Continue reading

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Whose hand is raised to go to the toilet off limits to trans students? It’s ALEC.

So all of a sudden in most of the southern states we have a lot of people afraid to use the toilet. The question I have is who is behind all these “Toilet Bowl Bills”? I’m not paranoid but it … Continue reading

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U.S. protest photo of the millennium: post 9/11 Neodemocracy in American

MEDIA BLACKOUT ON 400+ ARRESTS AT WASHINGTON DC #DEMOCRACYSPRING –You don’t have to be there to support the work of these activists. You can help by making others aware of their action. Add your voice and share. They are standing … Continue reading

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Now is a good time for the homeless to warm up in Mayor Hancock’s office

  This is what the Denver Homeless have to deal with today… along with an asshole mayor who took their blankets and sleeping bags. Maybe this would be a good time to go sit in his nice warm office.

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Mark Iannicelli: Denver’s Gentle Giant

Who Doesn’t Love a Good Fairytale? The Story of Mark Iannicelli Denver’s Gentle Giant. Activist Mark Iannicelli was arrested in front of the Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse for distributing jury nullification literature. The nature of his crime was simply to inform … Continue reading

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Hillary, Bernie, and Elizabeth Warren

I have read often that it was time for our first woman President (Hillary). As a man I would agree with that. But I would also remind the reader that Lizzie Borden was a woman and we know how that … Continue reading

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David, Goliath, and Eric Brandt

I must confess, I’m no fan of the Bible, I’ve never understood how a man’s lips are moving and it is called the word of god. The same is true with the written word, the pen is in the hand … Continue reading

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Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus told to dismantle their tiny house or be cited under Denver’s Urban Camping Ban.

NEWS FLASH! Denver’s Mayor Michael Hancock has ordered the Denver Police Department to arrest Baby Jesus for sleeping on the steps of the Civic Center, in defiance of Denver’s camping ban.

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Care for the less fortunate

With dusk falling across the skyscrapers of upper Manhattan, Pope Francis implored the city – all cities – to care for the less fortunate. “There are the foreigners, their children who go without schooling, those deprived of medical insurance, the … Continue reading

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To the Denver Better Business Bureau: Complaint about DPD Moving & Storage

Dear sir, We are writing to you as a last resort to recover our lost property or to receive compensation. On Sept. 18th of this year we contacted Toni Lopez ( Head Mover) with the DPD Moving & Storage Co. … Continue reading

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Denver District 6 Commander Tony Lopez picks on somebody his own size

DENVER, COLORADO- Sept 1 raid on Lindsey Flanigan Courthouse jury nullification encampment. Photo by David Anderson.

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Denver’s 2015 Punch and Judy Show

Come One, Come All! Admission: FREE FREE FREE! Where: Denver Municipal Court When: Tues, Aug 11, 2015, 1PM. Featuring MARK IANNICELLI in his premiere performance and David Lane as his big stick.   As the drama unfolds, Mark will be … Continue reading

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Clarence Darrow and Jury Nullification

Clarence Darrow’s closing arguments in Leopold & Loeb resonates today in the Denver Urban Camping Ban and Jury Nullification Trials.   “You can trace it all down through the history of man. You can trace the burnings, the boilings, the … Continue reading

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The History of the Denver Police Department

Before the Denver Police Department began murdering the men, women and children of Denver, they were burglarizing Denver homes and businesses.   In 1960, the largest police corruption scandal in the U.S. to date began to unfold. More than 50 … Continue reading

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Paul Castaway and a mother’s grief

DENVER, COLORADO- On July 19th 2015, I met the Mother of Paul Castaway, a young native American man who was shot four times by the Denver Police Department and died of those fatal shots. At the memorial service she saw … Continue reading

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The New Slave Ships Have Arrived

The year was 1960, and there was only one men’s prison in Colorado at that time, located at Canon City. There was a women’s prison that sat next to the men’s prison. There were three small satellites off the main … Continue reading

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The Death Penalty

In May of 1960, I was place in the “Hole” for ten days, at that time they would feed you a bowl of spinach once a day. The “Hole” was in cell house three, which also housed death row. When … Continue reading

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On Nikki Haley, calling for the Death Penalty

Let’s all grab our pitch forks, run around and find something to kill. There now! that should make us all feel better about what happened. If you listen to moron politicians like Nikki Halley, then you are the sucker she … Continue reading

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Videos of police behavior will only change things if the public sees them

  Many people who watch the Sandusky traffic stop video will claim it’s only an isolated incident and is not representative of their local law enforcement. They are very naive and believe the propaganda their police departments have subjected them … Continue reading

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