DENVER (Reuters) - A man who pleaded guilty to planting a bomb outside a Colorado police station to avenge the killing of his friend almost a half-century ago was sentenced on Friday to 27 years in prison, federal prosecutors said.David Michael Ansberry, 66, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Denver for the botched bombing of the Nederland police station in 2016, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn said.
Man Gets 27 Years in Botched Plot to Bomb Colorado Police Station
College basketball’s trap: How agents and shoe companies team up to exploit athletes
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A Brief Age of Aquarius – Part 4
Feeding Boulder’s burgeoning immigrant population was becoming a problem. An estimated 1,000 hirsute hobos were showing up in Boulder every week, bringing with them a panhandling epidemic. The business community was freaking out, and blaming them for the growing trash problems on the Hill, even though most of the trash was food wrappers and beer cans, likely not the discards of pot-smoking long hairs, but those of partying frat boys. Ever the idealist, though, I decided that I could do something to make peace, and so I went to some of the business owners and suggested we hold a hippie/straight people meeting.