Truth Frequency Radio
Aug 25, 2013

SWAT situation disrupts popular adventure race in Denver


denver-local-news-propaganda-militarized-police-state-bike-race-oyster-SWAT-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationDENVER – A potentially volatile SWAT situation near Sloan’s Lake disrupted the popular Oyster Race on Saturday morning, forcing cyclists to take a detour to avoid the crime scene.

Police officers in full tactical gear smashed the top floor window of a house, looking for an armed burglary suspect on the 3600 block of West 23rd Avenue.

It all happened in the middle a competition that calls itself the “original urban adventure.”

The disruption didn’t faze Tanya Dillard and her teammates.

“Expect the unexpected,” Dillard said. “Yeah I mean that’s pretty much part of adventure racing. It’s an urban adventure race so it’s probably even more.”

The situation did pose a challenge for Denver police.

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NFL bag policy comes to Sports Authority Field


bag-policy-NFL-denver-local-news-propaganda-safety-terrorism-TSA-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationKUSA – Under new NFL bag restrictions, anything you carry in to an NFL game must be clear and no larger than 12″ by 6″ by 12″. That rule went into effect Saturday afternoon.

Fans can also use clear plastic gallon-size Ziploc bags. Ladies can take in a small purse or clutch, but it can’t be larger than 6.5″ by 4.5″. Fans cannot take in backpacks diaper bags camera cases or coolers.

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