Press: Denver's Justice

"O JUSTICE, WHEN EXPELLED FROM OTHER HABITATIONS, MAKE THIS THY DWELLING PLACE."

This bold inscription has decorated the front of the Denver Post Building ever since rascally Julius Tammen and F. G. Bonfils bought the paper 38 years ago.

Not far from the Post, on the top of the Denver County Court House, has stood for the last 50 years a gilded iron statue of Justice, with traditional sword and scales. Last fortnight, when workmen started to raze the Courthouse to make room for a park, the Denver Post ran a picture of...

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