In a harrowing early morning incident, the Colorado Supreme Court building was infiltrated by a gunman, prompting a tense standoff and raising serious questions about security protocols. Details remain largely unclear, but the episode raises concerns about judicial safety and underscores the potential volatility surrounding high-profile rulings.
According to the Colorado State Patrol, the intruder shattered a window and entered the building shortly after 1:00 AM. He then encountered a security guard, allegedly holding them at gunpoint and demanding access to other parts of the building. Through intimidation, the suspect obtained keys, allowing him to move deeper into. . .