The behavior exhibited by Brigham this past September, the behavior that led to being arrested twice and resulted in his upcoming date with a judge scheduled for Nov. 2, were not like his other antics. They were darker, more serious.
Astonishing. Remarkable. Sinister. Those are words that come up again and again when confronting the wave of voter identification laws that has swept through more than 30 Republican-dominated state legislatures in recent years.
With Nov. 6 looming ahead of us and early voting already commencing in Colorado, candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives are working toward their final acts of campaigning in hopes of garnering some last minute support from voters.
As first posited in an Oct. 18 package of stories by Boulder Weekly, the suspect arrested Wednesday in the murder of Jessica Ridgeway not only lived in the same neighborhood as the 10-year-old girl, but has been implicated in the attempted assault of a female jogger at nearby Ketner Lake on Memorial Day.