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Cops Attack, Severely Injure Innocent Elderly Woman—Laugh, Fist Bump to Celebrate Her Pain

This article was originally published by Matt Agorist at The Free Thought Project. 

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is incredibly disturbing. When some humans act as though they have the right to destroy others, we live in a horrific dystopian police state. If you are stuck in the left vs. right paradigm lie still, this article and the videos of police officers brutally abusing an elderly woman because they have a badge and believe they can, will probably offend you. No human has the right to treat another this way badge or not. Wake up. They don’t have more rights than we do and it’s time to recognize that fact. 

Special thanks to Matt Agorist and Brian from High Impact TV for showing us just how vile people become when they are given power and qualified immunity.

On June 26, 2020, Karen Garner, 73, walked from her home to the local Walmart two blocks away to get some supplies. Everything that happened after this trip to Walmart is now the subject of an excessive force lawsuit against the Loveland Police Department because they have no idea how to treat elderly women with dementia. For nearly a year, the cops who savagely attacked the elderly woman thought they got away with it. However, thanks to a lawsuit and the release of body camera and surveillance footage, that is all changing.

On Tuesday, the Loveland [Colorado] city manager announced that Officer Austin Hopp, Officer Daria Jalali, Sgt. Phil Metzler and Community service officer Tyler Blackett have all been suspended and placed on administrative leave.

As TFTP reported earlier this month, body camera video showed the officers attack Garner. However, after the media began picking up on her story, another video was released showing that officers knew about the injuries they caused, neglected to provide aid, and laughed and celebrated their brutality against an elderly woman with dementia.

As 9News reports, the officers’ initial report said Garner, who has dementia, was not injured. Her lawyer, Sarah Schielke, said the officers dislocated Garner’s shoulder, broke a bone in her arm, and sprained her wrist.

Schielke alleges the video shows the three arresting officers watching body camera video of Garner’s arrest, laughing and celebrating the excessive force, and fist-bumping the fact that one of the officers intimidated a citizen who stopped to make a complaint.

Only because the video was released and drew the appropriate criticism did the department react. Now, they have no other option and have since launched a criminal investigation.

“It’s a really important thing for everyone to know that this is now a criminal investigation,” Tom Hacker, a spokesperson for LPD, said. “It’s one that LPD asked for and the DA is taking it on Fort Collins Police, both working on this [investigation] and we hope that this investigation goes as expeditiously as possible and that we learn of the outcome very soon.”

What should have been a situation in which an officer offers an elderly woman a ride home turned into senior citizen abuse at the hands of Loveland’s finest.

As we reported, like those with dementia often do, Garner simply grabbed her items in Walmart that day and walked out. She was quickly confronted by store security who then guided her back into the store for accidentally failing to pay for $13.88 worth of items.

After being escorted back into the building, Garner realized her mistake and tried to pay for the items but the store called the police anyway. By the time police arrived, Garner had left the store and was walking home. She had left the items back at the store and no crime had been committed.

When police arrived, the interaction was captured on body camera footage.

Officer Austin Hopp said, “Alright let’s stop ma’am. I don’t think you want to play it this way. Ma’am, police. Stop,” as he exited his patrol car.

Clearly illustrating her dementia, when Garner tries to respond to the officer, she simply mumbles.

But officer Hopp couldn’t have cared less that this was an elderly woman suffering from dementia, who by this time, had committed no crime. He just knew he had to escalate force.

After just two minutes, this “hero” cop tackles the frail elderly woman with dementia to the ground and puts her in handcuffs.

According to the lawsuit, when a second cop, officer Daria Jalali arrived, she “put her own hands on Ms. Garner to hold her while Officer Hopp continued pushing painfully upward on Ms. Garner’s already-restrained left arm and while also violently touching her all over her body.”

Illustrating how confused and scared Garner was, the entire time, she kept telling the officers, “I’m going home.”

“It makes you very worried about vulnerable people in the community with a police force like that,” civil rights attorney Sarah Schielke, of The Life & Liberty Law Office, who is representing Garner said. “The behavior is indefensible they knew they were being recorded and yet they did it anyway, we have to ask, ‘why?’”

In the video, we can hear the cops talking about Garner bleeding and then plotting all the charges against her. Every single one of the contrived charges had to do with cops escalating force against an innocent woman with dementia.

The cops were so rough with Garner they left her bloody and with broken bones. Despite her clearly visible injuries, according to the lawsuit, police brought her to jail and then denied her care. Instead of tending to her injuries, police left her chained to a cell for hours.

“The officers handcuffed her to a cell at the station for over 2 hours, keeping her isolated and terrified, in extreme pain, and then deposited her at the Larimer County jail where they lied and said she was uninjured, which ensured she continued to not receive medical treatment for another 3 hours,” the law office wrote in a press release.

We now have a video of officers fist-bumping and laughing at the abuse they doled out to a senior citizen with dementia. And these are the folks the thin blue line crowd wants us to blindly worship. Never.

Time to wake up. These people are imposing the will of the ruling class masters on us and we need to start to use our own critical thinking to see through the brainwashing and blind worship of the state and its enforcers and do the moral thing.

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MLB reportedly moves All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado, a state with similar voter ID laws

Major League Baseball has apparently found itself in the exact “tricky” spot reporters and critics predicted the league would end up in after pulling the 2021 All-Star Game out of Georgia in protest of the state’s new voter ID laws.

According to a report from the Associated Press, MLB will relocate the All-Star Game to Denver’s Coors Field — a move that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) blasted as hypocritical because Colorado has similar and arguably more restrictive voting laws than Georgia.

Last Friday, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred issued a statement declaring that MLB “fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions at the ballot box.”

MLB’s statement came after Kemp signed into law sweeping election reforms that, among other changes, would require absentee ballots to be verified with photo ID. Critics accused Georgia Republicans of attempting to suppress the minority vote in the state, despite the fact that the new Georgia law expands early voting for primary and general elections.

Several other falsehoods were told about the law, including by President Joe Biden, who falsely claimed the law would suppress the votes of working people and said he would “strongly support” MLB moving its All-Star Game out of Atlanta.

Manfred said Friday “the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB Draft.”

The only problem with relocating the game to Denver is, as Gov. Kemp pointed out during an interview on Fox News Tuesday, Colorado has very similar voter ID laws to Georgia.

“Georgia has 17 days of in-person early voting including two optional Sundays, Colorado has 15,” Kemp said. “So what I’m being told, they also have a photo ID requirement. So it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me.”

Kemp also criticized the president for appearing at the NCAA championship game in Indiana, given Biden’s comments, because Indiana was “the birthplace for the photo ID requirement.”

“So hypocritical,” said Kemp.


Colorado law requires voters to show some form of non-photo identification when voting in person at the ballot box. “All voters who vote at the polls must provide identification. If you are voting by mail for the first time, you may also need to provide a photocopy of your identification when you return your mail ballot,” the Colorado secretary of state’s website explains.

Acceptable forms of identification include a valid Colorado’s driver’s license or valid ID card issued by the Department of Revenue, a valid U.S. passport, a copy of a recent utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or other government documents.

When voting absentee in Colorado, voters only need to provide identification for the first time they cast an absentee ballot. The state uses signature matching to verify a voter’s absentee ballots in subsequent elections.

The new Georgia law requires identification for in-person and all absentee voting. Georgia voters without ID can use the last four digits of their Social Security number, a utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government documents (similar to Colorado) as acceptable forms of ID, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office told Fox News.

In addition to appearing hypocritical, MLB’s decision may have a disproportionate effect on minority-owned businesses in Atlanta, which will lose revenues from the All-Star Game to Denver, Colorado. The 2019 All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio, generated an estimated $65 million in local economic activity. Nearly 30% of the businesses in Atlanta are black-owned, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Census data reported by Fox News indicates Atlanta is 51% black, while Denver is 76% white.

A Georgia tourism official told CNN on Friday that MLB’s decision to move its All-Star Game out of Georgia could have a $100 million economic impact on the state.

Baseball’s 91st Midsummer Classic is scheduled on Tuesday, July 13, at the Colorado Rockies’ Coors Field.

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Frightening video shows airplane engine on fire after pilot declares ‘MAYDAY’ just minutes into flight

A United Airlines flight bound for Honolulu was forced to make an emergency landing on Saturday after the Boeing 777-200 plane experienced a massive engine failure just minutes into flight.

Video of the exploded engine went viral on social media, as did pictures that showed pieces from that engine land in residential areas near Denver, Colorado.

What are the details?

Just minutes after departing Denver International Airport, the pilot of United Airlines flight 328 sent a distressed “MAYDAY” call over air traffic control communications to report “an engine failure,” and request an immediate return to the airport.

Video of the exploded right-wing engine, with missing pieces and on fire while still in the air, quickly went viral on social media.

RAW: United Flight 328 engine catches fire

Barbara Underwood, a Hawaii resident, told Hawaii News Now that she saw the moment the engine exploded.

“I looked out the window and I saw the engine,” she said. “I noticed it was just shaking a lot. And I thought, well, it’s the turbulence.”

“And then as I was looking at it, it just blew fire. And that ring thing around it just flew off and then it was just smoking. And I was just like, ‘Oh my gosh, I don’t know what’s going to happen next,'” she explained.

Shockingly, Underwood said many passengers were unaware of what had happened.

“I was on the window on the right side, and nobody saw it except the people that were on the window and nobody screamed. And like I looked over and people were still reading their books. They kind of didn’t know what was going on,” Underwood told Hawaii News Now.

Pictures showing debris from that exploded jet engine also circulated on social media. The debris fell over Broomfield, a suburb of Denver.

Kieran Cain told NBC News he was playing basketball with his kids in Broomfield when he witnessed the debris rain from the sky.

“We heard a gigantic boom and, as we did that, we saw a huge puff of smoke and then stuff started falling out of the sky,” he said. “That’s when I called 911.”

Did the plane land safely?

Fortunately, the plane was able to land without further complications. The plane was carrying 231 passengers and 10 crew members.

There were no injuries.

The National Transportation Safety Board will lead the investigation into the incident, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement.

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Colorado Man Is The First In U.S. Diagnosed With “Mutant COVID”

According to the mainstream media and their fear-mongering propaganda campaign designed to get the public in line to be vaccinated, the “scary mutant COVID” strain is in the United States.  A Colorado man is the first to be diagnosed with this newer, more contagious variant, says the “expert authoritarians.”

The man, who lives in Elbert County, is in his 20s, with no travel history and no close contacts yet identified, state officials said in a Tuesday news release, adding that a news conference Wednesday morning would provide more details. The man remains in isolation, and contact tracing continues.  Does anyone else see a problem here? If this thing is “highly contagious,” shouldn’t it be easy to figure out where it came from if he has no travel history?

Of course, mainstream media cannot be bothered to ask any questions of the ruling class, who desperately needs to enslave the public before more people figure out what’s truly happening.

Time Magazine reported that this is the strain found in the United Kingdom that had the ruling class masters there use force and violence to lockdown people under a system more dystopian than even George Orwell could have imagined. Colorado Governor Jared Polis didn’t miss his cue either. Polis did what all the rulers have done, and took to promoting the Big Pharma vaccine and more tyranny. He added there’s now an urgency to vaccinate Americans.

The variant is likely still rare in the U.S., but the lack of travel history in the first case means it is spreading, probably seeded by travelers from Britain in November or December, said scientist Trevor Bedford, who studies the spread of COVID-19 at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

“Now I’m worried there will be another spring wave due to the variant,” Bedford said. “It’s a race with the vaccine, but now the virus has just gotten a little bit faster.” –Time Magazine

This is gearing up the public for what’s coming. Be prepared to be banned from traveling across state lines if you cannot show proof of vaccination for the COVID-19 scam.

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‘Significantly more contagious’ COVID-19 variant from UK has hit the US

A variant of COVID-19 spreading through the United Kingdom is now in America, as confirmed by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) who announced Tuesday that his state has discovered its first case of the “significantly more contagious” virus.

What are the details?

Polis’ office issued a notice saying that a man in his 20s tested positive for the B.1.1.7. variant to COVID-19, pointing out that the individual “is currently in isolation in Elbert County and has no travel history.”

The governor said in a statement, “There is a lot we don’t know about this new COVID-19 variant, but scientists in the United Kingdom are warning the world that it is significantly more contagious.”

According to
The Daily Mail, the B.1.1.7. mutation is possibly as much as 70% “more infectious and more of a concern for children,” and has been detected in roughly 60% of the recent COVID-19 cases in London.

But the
The Washington Post reported:

Although the U.K. variant appears more contagious, it is not leading to higher rates of hospitalizations or deaths, according to a
report from Public Health England, a government agency. Nor is there any sign that people who were infected months ago with the coronavirus are more likely to be reinfected if exposed to the variant, according to the report. All available evidence indicates that vaccines, and immunity built up in the population, should be protective against this variant.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokeswoman Belsie González said in an email to CBS News that the agency “is aware of Colorado’s report of the first U.S. case associated with the U.K. variant of COVID-19.”

González noted, “In addition to the reported case in Colorado, we expect that there will be additional cases that are likely to be detected in the coming days.”

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Colorado coroner outraged over ‘inflated’ COVID death tolls after finding gunshot victims were included in toll

Brenda Bock, a Colorado coroner, says she’s shocked over “inflated” COVID-19 death tolls in Grand County.

Now she’s speaking out to local news outlets to call attention to the way the state health department is reporting some deaths as coronavirus-related.

What are the details?

Bock, according to the Daily Wire, said that Grand County’s five COVID-19 deaths include two gunshot wound victims.

“It’s absurd that they would even put that on there,” she said. “Would you want to go to a county that has really high death numbers? Would you want to go visit that county because they’re contagious? You know, I might get it, and I could die if all of a sudden one county has a high death count. We don’t have it, and we don’t need those numbers inflated.”

The outlet reported that Colorado’s health department defended itself by stating that it was just following the protocol set out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

reported that CDC guidelines require the state health department to report “people who’ve died with COVID-19 in their systems because it’s crucial for public health surveillance.”

The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment states, “This information is required by the CDC and is crucial for public health surveillance, as it provides more information about disease transmission and can help identify risk factors among all deaths across populations.”

What else?

According to Sky-Hi News in Grand County, the two gunshot victims were the result of a murder-suicide.

On Tuesday, Bock told county commissioners that she believes just one person in the county has died from COVID-19.

“The coroner maintains that only one person in the county has died from COVID-19, while two more people have died with it [in their systems], for a total of three COVID-related deaths in the county,” the outlet reported.

Bock stated that the murder-suicide cases were autopsied, and it was determined that the cause of death was listed as “blunt force injuries due to a gunshot wound.”

“Nowhere did the pathologist say COVID was the cause of death,” Bock added.

She also told the outlet that she is working with the state to try to get the deaths removed from the official count.

“If we want the public to trust and believe the information being released, we need to make sure it is accurate,” she said. “That might be the process, but it’s not right. … I strongly stand against that. … We do need to stand up and we do need to get these numbers corrected.”

The outlet reported:

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment counts COVID-19 deaths in two different ways from two separate sources of data — deaths caused by COVID-19 and deaths among people who died with COVID-19.

Most recent numbers report that 3,086 people in Colorado have died because of COVID compared to 3,969 deaths with COVID.

Deaths listed as caused by COVID-19 come from death certificates. These causes of death are determined directly by health care providers and coroners.

Alternatively, deaths for people who died with but not necessarily because of COVID-19 come from epidemiological data. Thus, anyone who died within 30 days after testing positive for COVID is included in the count regardless of official cause of death.

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Lawsuit filed after Colorado earmarks certain COVID relief for minority-owned businesses only

Colorado lawmakers passed legislation recently allocating coronavirus relief funds to minority-owned businesses only.

Now, Gov. Jared Polis, a Democrat, is being sued over the earmarked funds.

What’s the background?

KUSA-TV reported:

Millions of COVID-19 relief dollars will soon be available to artists, entertainers, art venues and minority-owned businesses in Colorado. The passage of Senate Bill 1 last week also known as the COVID-19 Relief for Small & Minority Businesses/Arts Organizations has prioritized these groups to receive $57 million in state funding.

Exactly $4 million of the funding was earmarked for businesses that are at least 51% minority-owned, the Denver Post reported.

What’s happening now?

Etienne Hardre, a white businessman who owns a barbershop, is suing Polis, claiming the allocation of funds for non-white businesses only is “unconstitutional.”

Hardre argued that all businesses have been significantly impacted by the coronavirus lockdown and ensuing restrictions placed enacted by politicians, and therefore should have equal access to financial relief.

“We have nothing against minorities, minorities are fantastic,” Hardre told the Post.

“However, everybody, all Americans, all Coloradans have been hurt. Business owners of all kinds, whites as well as minorities. We are doing our part to just raise a flag and say, ‘Hey, this doesn’t seem right to carve out the money for only one subsection of the Coloradans who have been hurt and ignore the others,'” he explained.

Hardre has lost one-third of his business revenue during the pandemic.

How is the race-based allocation unconstitutional?

Attorney Michael Kuhn explained that making access to economic aid race-based without proving how it remedies racial discrimination violates the Constitution.

“The Supreme Court has held that if you are going to do race-conscious measures, you are required to specify the past or present discrimination you are remedying,” Kuhn explained.

“And societal, so-called systemic racism isn’t sufficient,” he added.

However, state Rep. Leslie Herod, a Democrat, argued in an interview with WUSA that the COVID-19 pandemic “has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color.”

Specifically, the Denver Post reported in August that black and Hispanic Coloradans had been disproportionately hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

At one point during the pandemic, the hospitalization rate of black Coloradans more than doubled their share of the state population. Also, back in May, more than half of Colorado’s hospitalizations were of Hispanics, despite Hispanics composing just 22% of the state population.

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Colorado county rejects governor’s COVID-19 restrictions: Our citizens can govern themselves. Oh, and here’s a list of things we will not be enforcing.

Colorado, like most states in the U.S., has begun issuing more stringent lockdown orders in an effort to curb the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.

One county in the Centennial State, however, isn’t budging. Instead, its elected leaders are telling people to be individually responsible and govern themselves.

What’s happening?

Colorado Democratic Gov. Jared Polis has been pushing for increased restrictions on businesses and individual private gatherings — and many counties have adopted those new measures.

But Weld County’s Board of Commissioners took a stand Friday, and declared they would not be enforcing any new mandates, despite the spike in the number of cases in the county, KUSA-TV reported.

When pushed by the state to implement new lockdown orders because the county would soon be moved to the ominous “red level,” which includes closing indoor restaurant dining and limiting gyms to 10% capacity, the commissioners issued a statement responding with a “no” to the governor.

The statement, quoted by KUSA, said, “Instead, county government continues to do what it has done since March, which is promote and encourage residents and business owners to take individual responsibility and make decisions to protect themselves, their families, their community and their businesses.”

The commissioners then delineated exactly what the county will not be doing:

  • “The county will not enforce a rule confining individuals to their homes for an undetermined length of time;
  • “the county will not enforce a rule that states residents cannot have personal gatherings;
  • “the county will not tell the school districts how to provide education to their students;
  • “the county will not enforce a rule requiring a reduction of attendees in places of worship;
  • “the county will not enforce a rule demanding restaurants close their indoor dining areas;
  • “the county will not enforce any rule that forces a business to shut down or impedes their ability to operate.”

In response to Weld County’s statement, Gov. Polis said that the statewide orders are really just tools and that he will leave it up to counties to make decide what’s best for their citizens, the Associated Press reported.

The governor said Colorado’s goal is to have “reasonable rules” that are impacting people’s lives — but noted that it is not realistic for the state to police them, the AP said.

“There’s no ability to say you know who’s in whose home and who’s doing what,” Polis said, the AP quoted. “That’s your business.”

(H/T: Foundation for Economic Education)

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Immigrants ‘facing deportation’ explain they’re very excited about a Biden presidency

Illegal immigrants who live in Denver, Colorado, and are facing deportation explained recently why they’re hopeful about the prospect of Joe Biden being president.

According to the Center for Immigration Studies, Denver County is a sanctuary county, meaning, the county does “not honor ICE detainer unless accompanied by a criminal warrant or some other form that gives legal authority to hold the individual.” The county implemented the policy in April 2014.

What did the immigrants say?

KCNC-TV spoke with several illegal immigrants who have found sanctuary in the Denver-area. According to the network, the immigrants they spoke to are “facing deportation.”

One illegal immigrant, who has lived “in sanctuary” for two years at the First Unitarian Church in Denver, told KCNC she hopes Biden changes the immigration system for the benefit all illegal immigrants.

“My hope is this new president create change in the immigration system,” Jeannette, who is facing deportation back to Mexico, said. “Yeah, my hope is it’s about time, not just for me but for more than 11 million people.”

Another immigrant, Ingrid, lives in sanctuary at the Unitarian Universalist Church. She has reportedly been living in sanctuary the last four years over fears of being deported back to Peru. She told KCNC that Biden gives her hope of immigration reform in which she and other illegal immigrants no longer have to depend on sanctuary policies.

“Yes we have more hope with this president, Joe Biden. With this administration we tried but had a lot of doors closed,” she said.

What is Biden’s immigration policy?

The illegal immigrants who spoke with KCNC have good reason to be hopeful about a Biden presidency.

Biden’s immigration policy, as stated on his campaign website, is centered on reversing President Donald Trump’s. “Trump has waged an unrelenting assault on our values and our history as a nation of immigrants. It’s wrong, and it stops when Joe Biden is elected president,” Biden’s campaign website states.

In fact, within the first 100 days of his administration, Biden vows to “immediately reverse the Trump Administration’s cruel and senseless policies that separate parents from their children at our border” and “end Trump’s detrimental asylum policies,” among other initiatives.

Biden also plans to give illegal immigrants a path to citizenship.

“Biden will immediately begin working with Congress to modernize our system, with a priority on keeping families together by providing a roadmap to citizenship for nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants,” Biden’s campaign website states.

“Biden will aggressively advocate for legislation that creates a clear roadmap to legal status and citizenship for unauthorized immigrants who register, are up-to-date on their taxes, and have passed a background check,” it adds.

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Colorado food coalition yanks Trump letter from food boxes, claims note is ‘shameful and degrading’

For President Donald Trump’s detractors, nothing that he does is acceptable.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has distributed tens of millions of food boxes to communities across the U.S. to help the millions of Americans who are financially struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

Included inside the “Farmers to Families Food Boxes” are fresh meat, produce, and dairy products — all necessary food items to keep Americans healthy and strong.

But local Colorado officials have taken it upon themselves to remove one item that was also included in the food boxes: a letter from President Donald Trump.

What are the details?

According to KCNC-TV, the Denver Community Food Access Coalition — a Colorado coalition of nine organizations dedicated to ensuring Colorado families have access to safe food — received 1.8 million food boxes from the government.

Prior to disbursing the food boxes, the DCFAC removed a letter from Trump instructing people to “practice social distancing and consider wearing a face covering when in public.”

Ironically, Trump’s detractors spent many weeks earlier in the pandemic condemning the president for not publicly wearing a mask and for not outright instructing the American public to wear a face mask when outside their homes.

The DCFAC removed the letter because it decided Trump’s instructions were not as absolute as the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which instructs Americans to “wear [a] mask over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin” when in public.

In fact, Christine Alford, the executive director of the Denver Food Rescue, went so far as to accuse Trump of politicizing the food distribution program.

“[P]oliticizing the one lifeline Colorado families have left during this health pandemic and economic crisis by putting these letters in food boxes is shameful and degrading,” she said, KCNC reported.

Teva Sinicki, the CEO of another DCFAC member, accused Trump of exploitation and manipulation.

“The largest public health and economic crisis Colorado has ever seen is not the time to exploit taxpayers hard-earned dollars and manipulate overworked direct service providers in an attempt to bolster one’s own reelection campaign,” she said, KMGH-TV reported.

The coalition said that, instead of food boxes, the best way to help struggling families is to expand government dependence through the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, the government program colloquially known as “food stamps.”

Anything else?

This is not the first time that officials have decided to yank the letter from the food boxes.

Controversy arose in southern California last month when the San Diego Unified School District also removed the letter from the food baskets.

Superintendent Cindy Marten told Politico the decision was made “in order to protect local families from being misled on how to protect themselves from becoming infected.”

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Survival camps to activate, open for members on Nov. 3 over fears of post-election violence

Due to growing fears of violence that could break out after the presidential election, a chain of survival communities will activate and open to members for the first time on Election Day, Reuters reported.

What are the details?

Fortitude Ranch camps in West Virginia and Colorado will open Nov. 3 to protect members, the outlet noted, citing the company’s October newsletter. In addition, Fortitude Ranch expects possible “looting and violence” that could turn into clashes that spread far and wide and last a long time — and that’s whether Republican President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden wins the election, Reuters added.

“This will be the first time we have opened for a collapse disaster, though it may end up not being so,” Fortitude Ranch CEO Drew Miller told the outlet in emailed statement. “We consider the risk of violence that could escalate in irrational, unpredictable ways into widespread loss of law and order is real.”

Image source: YouTube screenshot

More from Reuters:

Fortitude Ranch set up its first camp in West Virginia in 2015 and has two more in Colorado. For an annual fee of around $1,000, members can vacation at camps in good times, and use them as a refuge in the event of a societal collapse. Members are required to own either a rifle or shotgun to defend the communities. The company does not disclose membership numbers.

U.S. security officials have warned that violent domestic extremists pose a threat to the presidential election, citing rising political tensions, civil unrest and foreign disinformation campaigns. FBI and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memos said threats by domestic extremists to election-related targets will likely increase in the run-up to the election.

The outlet added that anxiety over a disputed or undecided presidential election has spiked interest in the “prepper” movement, whose adherents make sure life’s necessities and adequate protection are at the ready should such things we count on daily disappear in the event a natural disaster or other catastrophes occur.

Here’s a look at Fortitude Ranch in Colorado when it was taking shape last year:

A doomsday ‘prepper’ is bringing his sanctuary ranch to Colorado

‘These are people who are smartly concerned, who want some insurance’

Fortitude Ranch was profiled in a National Public Radio story in February, as was Miller — a Harvard Ph.D. and former military intelligence officer with 30 years of experience.

And he knows all about the prepper stereotypes — many of which he said stem from television shows such as the National Geographic Channel’s Doomsday Preppers — and rejects them, NPR said.

“These are people who are smartly concerned, who want some insurance so that if the electric system goes down, a pandemic occurs, you know, they can survive,” he told the outlet.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

In addition, he told NPR that Fortitude Ranch markets to the middle class, given what the outlet called its “spartan” amenities. But on the other hand, NPR also couldn’t help but notice the “secluded, wild, and scenic places” where the Fortitude Ranch communities are located.

And then there are more practical considerations, the outlet noted:

If the structures of society crumble, Miller envisions each Fortitude Ranch location as a protected community of about 50 people, up to a maximum of 500. Initially, there will be supplies and food on-site to last a full year. However, once members fall into a routine of gardening, hunting and fishing in the adjacent national forest, Miller said, it should be sustainable in the long term.

Fortitude Ranch currently has about 150 paying members nationwide. Growth in the prepper industry is slow, Miller said, but all it takes is one big scare for his open membership spots to sell out.

As worries spread about coronavirus, plus the recent announcement that the Doomsday Clock has ticked closer than it ever has to midnight, Miller may yet find that there are even business opportunities in the apocalypse.

“I don’t have to ask my members for permission to do things,” he told NPR. “[My staff and I] set the rules, run the show, and we’ve got the expertise to make sure that we can survive the worst disaster.”

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Antifa protesters allegedly attack veteran in wheelchair — then learn lesson they will never forget

Antifa protesters in Colorado learned a lesson on Saturday that they will never forget: Don’t attack a man in a wheelchair.

According to the Rocky Mountain Collegian, a pro-police rally in Fort Collins turned violent when Antifa protesters, wearing their signature black-clad outfits, attempted to crash a “Back the Blue” rally being held outside the Fort Collins Police Services building.

Video of the incident, which gained attention online, showed that pro-police demonstrators responded by forcing the Antifa protesters away through a nearby neighborhood.

“So, we are currently marching the Antifa commie bas****s out of the neighborhood because nobody wants Antifa in the neighborhood. Nobody wants them here, so we’re marching them out,” the man who recorded the video said.

As pro-police demonstrators continued to force out the Antifa protesters, whom they labeled “commie scum,” violence suddenly ensued. The video shows the pro-police demonstrators and the Antifa protesters brawl in a small ditch, with the pro-police demonstrators getting the better end of the Antifa protesters.

A man with a bullhorn announced, “You guys came to the wrong city, boys and girls.”

(Content Warning: The following video contains strong language):

Police then arrived and broke up the brawl.

Witnesses confirmed that the Antifa protesters allegedly attacked a veteran in a wheelchair, triggering the brawl.

“How you like that? Communists going after dudes in wheelchairs,” the man behind the camera said in a second video.

Fort Collins Police Services spokesperson Kate Kimble confirmed that police made three arrests and issued one situation as a result of the violence.

From the Rocky Mountain Collegian:

The Larimer County booking report shows two arrests made by officer Christopher Young and one arrest made by officer Jason Haferman. All three people arrested were charged with disorderly conduct, one person with an additional charge of possession of an illegal weapon and one with an additional charge of resisting arrest.

“We respect everyone’s right to peacefully assemble to voice their concerns,” Kimble said. “For the safety of our community, acts of violence, destruction of property and other unlawful behavior will not be tolerated.”

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After employees complained, Colorado declares racism a public health crisis and will hire an ‘equity and inclusion officer’

The state of Colorado plans to declare racism a public health crisis and hire more people of color into its health department, including an “equity and inclusion officer,” the Denver Post reported Friday.

The move reportedly came following weeks of urging from employees at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, one of whom said they were “dumbfounded” that more hadn’t been done already in response to protests over racial injustice.

“I like it when my employees push me on this issue to go faster and to use language they think is more descriptive,” Executive Director Jill Hunsaker Ryan said, announcing the news.

Before this latest action, the department had opted only to publicly call racism “a persistent and critical health issue” in an open letter on its website. That wasn’t enough for some of the department’s employees.

According to the report:

Four employees of the health department — three of whom are staffers of color — told The Post that not only was the letter published weeks after employees first raised questions, but it minimized racism by calling it an “issue” rather than a “crisis.” The latter, they said, more aptly reflects the urgency the agency should have in responding to inequalities that exist both inside the department and in the health of Coloradans.

One employee anonymously said: “I’ve just been kind of dumbfounded as someone who works for the agency. And just have been really underwhelmed with the stance that they’ve taken and have been really appalled by the fact that CDPHE remains silent about systemic racism.”

Another employee, also anonymously, added: “It’s just kind of a pattern internally of dragging our feet and not really addressing why we have’t done anything. I would hope that everyone that works at CDPHE would recognize that systemic racism impacts our work and has for longer than the past month.”

The pressure apparently worked, as now the department has taken more concrete action by declaring racism a public health crisis and making it formal policy within the department.

What exactly will it accomplish, though? Hunsaker Ryan told the outlet she has two goals:

To increase diversity in the department’s workforce, which is almost 78% white, and make it easier for local community organizations that provide services to people of color to partner with the agency. She also plans to hire an equity and inclusion officer for the department, potentially by the end of August.

According to the American Public Health Association, a growing list of local officials in 19 states have also declared racism a public health crisis. But as of the end of July, Colorado joined one other state in making the declaration: Wisconsin.

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Woman famous for confronting Beto O’Rourke over gun rights wins GOP primary election in major upset

Lauren Boebert, the Colorado restauranteur who went viral last year for confronting Beto O’Rourke over gun rights, could be headed for Congress.

In a stunning upset Tuesday night, Boebert defeated Rep. Scott Tipton — whom President Donald Trump had endorsed — in the Republican primary election for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.

When DecisionDeskHQ called the race in Boebert’s favor, just minutes before 10 p.m. EST, Boebert had a significant lead of nearly 10,000 votes.

Boebert runs a restaurant in the western Colorado town of Rifle called Shooters Grill, which is known for its servers who openly carry firearms. Boebert is a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, and is described of being further right of Rep. Tipton, who has served five terms in Congress.

Despite Tipton earning Trump’s endorsement and being the Trump campaign’s Colorado co-chair, Boebert argued on the campaign trail that Tipton was not sufficiently pro-Trump — and it worked.

“I want to congratulate Lauren Boebert and wish her and her supporters well,” Tipton said in a statement late Tuesday, CNN reported.

Trump reacted, “Congratulations on a really great win!”

Boebert is perhaps best known for confronting former Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke last year. During a town hall in Colorado, Boebert responded to O’Rourke’s infamous promise to confiscate certain firearms from Americans.

“I am here to say: Hell no, you’re not,” Boebert told O’Rourke.

Boebert, a political newcomer, will face Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush — whom Tipton defeated in 2018 — in the general election in November.

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Colorado Bill Requires “Re-education” For Parents Who Refuse The Coronavirus Vaccine

Are you ready for re-education camps in the United States? Colorado has introduced a bill that would “re-educate” parents who refuse to vaccinate their child with the coronavirus vaccine.

The bill forces all doctors and medical staff to give vaccinations with no exemptions, even if they are in a situation where they believe it would not be in that child’s best interest. The bill’s current version, however, does not list any sanctions or punishments for medical staff that refuse, according to Life News. 

The bill just passed through a committee in Colorado (20-14) to reduce available exemptions on vaccinations for school-age children (making vaccines mandatory). This bill offers “online education modules” for parents who want a different vaccination schedule than what the state demands. Submitting a “certificate of completion” from the re-education classes is one way to receive the state-sanctioned vaccine exemption.

This plandemic was never about health, it was about forcing everyone to get a vaccine: an injection of whatever the hell the ruling class decided to put in the vaccine.

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These vaccines are not being required for the health of anyone unless it’s for the health of Big Pharma and the ruling class.

What happens if the “re-education” fails to convince a person to get the vaccines? It’s hard to say, but these types of concentration camps (and be honest with yourself, you know that’s what they are) should be condemned by anyone who wishes to be free. This is utterly insane.  The limits the governments are now going to in order to force people to get vaccinated is unbelievable.

But, we knew this was coming. We knew that the coronavirus was a scam to force everyone to take the COVID (certification of vaccine ID) under Agenda 2020. Beware, this could very well be what more religious people are calling “the mark of the Beast”, and people commenting on this Colorado bill have already made it clear that “people won’t be able to go to work or school” unless they get the vaccine.

This is the new normal they are conditioning us to accept. This is why they need martial law. Your chains are about to get much shorter unless you wake up and start to extract yourself from their system.  There isn’t much time left.  The government is not going to help you out, after all, they are the ones writing the laws while they have the police and military enforce them at gunpoint. Wake up, or be enslaved.


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Shots fired near Colorado State Capitol during protest over death of George Floyd

Several shots were fired near the Colorado State Capitol building Thursday evening where hundreds of people gathered to march in protest against the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed while in police custody in Minneapolis earlier this week.

No injuries were reported from the incident in Denver, but one reporter on the scene noted that “people are pretty shaken up.’

What are the details?

KKTV-TV reporter Spencer Wilson tweeted at 5:54 p.m. Mountain Time, “Bullets just wizzed (sic) by on the state capital, police yelled for us to get down, then took off towards the west lawn. This was maybe 15 minutes after the majority of protestors took off. Maybe 6-7 shots. People are pretty shaken up.’

He added later, “And now protestors have flooded into Lincoln St. to block traffic. There’s a ton of honking.”

The Denver Post reported, “Denver police spokesman Kurt Barnes said officers have confirmed six or seven shots were fired toward the capitol about 5:35 p.m. There were no known injuries as of 6 p.m.”

Barnes added, “We do believe that the shots were towards the capitol, but we do not at this point have any correlation to the protest or the protestors.”

The Post further noted that “Denver police officers on the scene wore their regular street uniforms along with face masks to protect them from the [corona]virus. However, they began donning riot gear once the shots were fire(d).”

The demonstration in Denver was one of many across the country held Thursday night, as activists in Los Angeles, New York City, and elsewhere marched in the streets following days of protests that continue in Minneapolis over the death of Floyd, who died after a police officer was caught on video holding him down with a knee to his neck for several minutes while the man was detained.

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Colorado gov pushes back against CDC’s coronavirus death counts after state lowers death toll by nearly 300

Colorado lowered the state’s COVID-19 death toll by nearly 300 on Friday. Then on Sunday, the governor of Colorado questioned the way the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies coronavirus deaths.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced on Friday that the state would significantly change the way it counts COVID-19 deaths. As a result of the new policy, Colorado lowered the state’s coronavirus deaths from 1,150 to 878.

“Beginning May 15, the department began reporting the number of deaths in two ways: The number of deaths among people with COVID-19. This represents the total number of deaths reported among people who have COVID-19, but COVID-19 may not have been the cause of death listed on the death certificate,” the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said on its website.

The second way that the CDPHE will track deaths is: “The number of deaths among people who died from COVID-19. This represents the total number of people whose death was attributed to COVID-19 as indicated on a death certificate.”

“We have been reporting at the state, deaths among people who had COVID-19 at the time of death and the cause of that death may or may not have been COVID-19,” Dr. Eric France, CDPHE’s chief medical officer told KDVR-TV.

France said there were instances when someone’s death was classified as a COVID-19 death, but that was not the primary reason why the person died. One story, in particular, grabbed national headlines last week, where a 35-year-old Colorado man died due to acute alcohol poisoning. However, the Montezuma County coroner declared the cause of death to be from coronavirus.

The office of Gov. Jared Polis (D) released a statement about the changes:

The Governor applauds efforts to ensure that we are as transparent as possible with our reporting and therefore fully supports efforts by CDPHE to specify how many deaths are specifically due to COVID-19 and not just specific to CDC guidelines that include people who died with coronavirus but not necessarily from it. What we are seeing today is a reflection of that. It’s important to note that number of deaths due to COVID-19 includes data through May 9 and does not reflect cases since then. State epidemiologists believe that once the data is up to date then the number will, unfortunately, be higher.

Polis stood by his state’s decision to alter the method Colorado counts COVID-19 deaths in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.”

“The CDC criteria include anybody who has died with COVID-19, but what the people of Colorado and the people of the country want to know is how many people died of COVID-19,” Polis said.

Polis added, “Of course there’s likely cases that should be counted as COVID deaths that people have missed, doctors have missed.”

“No, in fact, one of the reasons we wanted to make sure we reported it out in a better way was to inspire confidence so that it wouldn’t be politicized,” Polis said. “These are deaths that should not be politicized.”

Dr. Deborah Birx, who is the White House coronavirus task force response coordinator, reportedly said, “There is nothing from the CDC that I can trust.”

“Birx and others were frustrated with the CDC’s antiquated system for tracking virus data, which they worried was inflating some statistics — such as mortality rate and case count — by as much as 25 percent, according to four people present for the discussion or later briefed on it. Two senior administration officials said the discussion was not heated,” The Washington Post reported.

Polis also talked about opening up schools this year and how it is “just not going to look like any other school year.”

“Schools need to function, they are going to function. It’s also going to be somewhat of a hybrid environment, meaning there might be times during the year there’s an outbreak at a school that it has to convert to online for a period of weeks until it’s reasonably safe to return to school,” Polis told host Chris Wallace. “But by and large, I think, across our state and across our nation, kids are going to return to school in the fall, it’s just not going to look like any other school year.”

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State’s coronavirus death toll drops significantly after officials make major criteria change

Colorado’s coronavirus death toll dropped significantly on Friday after the Colorado Department of Health and Environment made a major change in how state officials report COVID-19 deaths.

State officials are now distinguishing between people who died “with COVID-19” and those who died “due to COVID-19.” Previously, officials lumped all the deaths together, meaning people who had COVID-19, yet did not die directly from the virus, were included in the state’s official death count.

The change resulted in nearly 300 fewer COVID-19 deaths in Colorado, KDVR-TV reported.

On Friday afternoon, the Colorado Department of Health reported 1,150 COVID-19 deaths. But after the change, that count dropped to 878.

“We have been reporting at the state, deaths among people who had COVID-19 at the time of death and the cause of that death may or may not have been COVID-19,” Dr. Eric France, Colorado Health Department’s chief medical officer, said Friday, according to KDVR.

“We started to hear stories about ‘are these correct or are these incorrect?'” he explained.

COVID-19 death counts have received increased scrutiny over the last month as the national death count continues to increase by an average of 1,000-2,000 deaths per day.

Frustration over COVID-19 death classification boiled over in Colorado this week after state officials included the death of 35-year-old Sebastian Yellow as a COVID-19 death.

However, Colorado’s Montezuma County coroner, George Deavers, determined that Yellow had died from alcohol poisoning, having a blood alcohol content of .55 at the time of his death, which is over the lethal limit.

“It wasn’t COVID, it was alcohol toxicity,” Deavers said. “Yes, he did have COVID, but that is not what took his life.”

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Colorado suspends license of restaurant that reopened to packed crowds in defiance of lockdown

Officials in Colorado have suspended the license of a Castle Rock eatery, after the restaurant reopened its dining area over the weekend in defiance of the state’s coronavirus lockdown.

What are the details?

C&C Coffee and Kitchen allowed customers into its dining room for Mother’s Day on Sunday despite the state’s ongoing mandate requiring restaurants to limit their service to delivery and takeout. The restaurant gained national attention after images went viral showing the crowded establishment with people exhibiting little to no social distancing measures.

The restaurant’s owner, April Arellano, had announced beforehand that she was reopening despite reportedly being turned in to health officials by a police officer. A passerby also reportedly complained to the local health department about C&C Coffee and Kitchen after seeing its business booming on Sunday.

Arellano explained on Facebook, “[We will] go out of business if I don’t do something. [I]f I lose this business, at least I’m fighting.”

The Denver Post reported Monday that the Tri-County Health Department ordered C&C Coffee and Kitchen to close, before state health officials stepped in and pulled the restaurant’s business license indefinitely.

Gov. Jared Polis (D) announced that C&C Coffee and Kitchen’s license would remain revoked for at least 30 days, saying the defiance of his order caused an “immediate health hazard.”

The governor said, “I hope, I pray that nobody falls sick from businesses that chose to violate the law. But if the state didn’t act and more businesses follow suit, it’s a near guarantee that people would lose their lives and it would further delay the opening of legitimate businesses.”

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C&C Coffee and Kitchen remained open as of Monday afternoon and was “packed” with business despite the shut-down order, according to KUSA-TV. Customer Mike Lindsay told the outlet, “I don’t feel that the decisions of others or really the fear of others should infringe upon my rights. If you have fear of contracting the coronavirus or anything else then you can stay home.”

He added, “I think that I should be able to do what I want. I will make the best decisions for myself and my family. That’s not up to the government. That’s not up to anybody else. I will do that and I support what they’re doing here.”

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Dad handcuffed and led away by cops in front of 6-year-old daughter for violating social distancing. They were playing tee ball at a park.

Matt Mooney told KDVR-TV he was playing tee ball with his 6-year-old daughter and his wife at Donelson Park in Brighton, Colorado, on Sunday afternoon when three police officers showed up to inform him that he was violating social distancing guidelines put in place to slow the coronavirus spread.

The 33-year-old added to the station that he refused to provide his identification to the officers because he was certain he wasn’t breaking any laws.

‘Daddy, I don’t want you to get arrested’

His daughter, however, wasn’t so sure.

“She’s like, ‘Daddy, I don’t want you to get arrested,'” Mooney recalled to KDVR. “At this point I’m thinking, ‘There’s no way they’re going to arrest me, this is insane.’ I’m telling her, ‘Don’t worry, Daddy’s not going to get arrested. I’ve done nothing wrong. Don’t worry about it,’ and then they arrest me.”

Image source: KDVR-TV video screenshot

He told the station the officers handcuffed him right there in front of his daughter.

Former Brighton City Councilman Kirby Wallin recorded a good chunk of the incident on his cellphone during which he narrates the action, saying at one point, “He’s being taken by the Brighton police for playing softball with his daughter in an empty park,” KDVR reported.

Image source: KDVR-TV video screenshot

What happened next?

Mooney told the station he spent about 10 minutes in the back of a patrol car before he was released. He also observed that the cops weren’t exactly practicing what they were preaching.

“During the contact, none of the officers had masks on, none of them had gloves on, and they’re in my face handcuffing me, they’re touching me,” Mooney added to KDVR.

Wallin was dumbfounded by the scene, later telling the station, “I find it hard to believe with all the things going on in our communities, the only way to resolve a situation like this was to handcuff a father in front of his daughter.”

Image source: KDVR-TV video screenshot

A sign at Donelson Park reads “Closed” but in smaller print adds that “in groups of no more than 4 persons, parks remain open for walking, hiking, biking, running and similar activities,” KDVR said.

Image source: KDVR-TV video screenshot

Bottom line: Mooney told the station he deserves an apology.

What did police have to say?

Acting Brighton City Manager Marv Falconburg called Mooney on Tuesday in an attempt to arrange a meeting with Cmdr. Frank Acosta to offer an apology on behalf of the police department, KDVR noted in a follow-up story.

“Falconburg conveyed an apology, however Mr. Mooney has declined the offer for an in-person meeting,” police told the station in an email.

Police said officers were dispatched to the park about 4:30 p.m. Sunday because a citizen was concerned about a “large group of people,” KDVR said, adding that when officers arrived, a group of about 12 to 15 people appeared to be playing softball.

“Although the officers asked them to disperse due to the park being closed, which was incorrect, disbursement was needed due to the state’s public health order regarding group gathering. The Brighton Police Department is currently conducting an internal investigation into what led to officers detaining Mr. Mooney while responding to the complaint,” the department added to the station. “While the investigation sorts through the different versions of what took place by witnesses who were at the park, it is evident there was an overreach by our police officers.”

Brighton police told KDVR that officers have to interpret several changing state public health orders and local closures, and there may have been a misunderstanding about the park closure.

“It is imperative that we improve communication with our front line first responders so they are up to date on the latest rules in place regarding COVID-19 for addressing public safety,” the department noted to the station. “This is an opportunity for us to come together and do better for the community. We are deeply sorry for the events that took place on Sunday and the impact on Mr. Mooney, his family, and the community.”

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Homeowner who fatally shot intruder won’t be charged; DA calls it justifiable homicide under Colorado’s ‘Make My Day’ law

A Colorado homeowner who fatally shot an intruder late last year won’t be charged in the incident, as the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office determined it was a justifiable homicide under the state’s “Make My Day” law, Wheat Ridge Police said.

What does the ‘Make My Day’ law say?

The Denver Post explained that the 1985 law gives homeowners or any occupant of any dwelling the right to shoot and kill intruders who they believe will cause serious bodily injury or death. The paper indicated that fists can be deemed deadly weapons that justify shooting under the law — but that the right to shoot in self-defense doesn’t apply on front porches or in backyards.

“Make my day” is, of course, part of the famous one-liner from Clint Eastwood’s “Dirty Harry” Callahan character in “Sudden Impact.”

What’s are the details of this fatal shooting?

During the initial 10:57 p.m. call to dispatch Nov. 6, the caller said an unknown man entered the home, police said.

The homeowner said he fired one shot at the intruder because he feared for his life and the lives of his family members after the intruder became aggressive, police said.

Responding police found 24-year-old Takwon Wilson unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the chest, police said, adding that Wilson was pronounced dead at the scene despite lifesaving measures by officers and the fire department.

“This was a difficult case for our detectives as well as both families who were devastated by the death of the intruder,” Wheat Ridge Police Chief Chris Murtha said. “Regardless of the crime that was committed, one family lost a loved one and another is faced with the long-term impact of taking a life in the course of protecting his family.”