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Ace's And Eight's

What\'s the name of the building with that pyramid symbol on it in photo 6?


That's the Denver Federal Courthouse.


Monday, August 25, 2008, in downtown Denver
Protestors don orange jumpsuits Monday, August 25, 2008, in solidarity with prisoners detained and totrured by the U.S. at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
A Code Pink contingent marches to the Federal Building at 19th and Stout in Denver as part of a prisoner rights march.
Mock prisoners kneel at the door to the Federal Building in Denver. Ben Carnes reads a two page letter from Leonard Peltier, American Indian prisoner held in the 1975 Pine Ridge shooting deaths of two FBI agents. Though widely regarded to be innocent of the charges, Peltier has been imprisoned for 33 years. Peltier writes, "... I will never regret standing up for my people for as long as I can draw my breath." Pam Africa, Minister of Confrontation for the MOVE organization, rails against racist police actions.
>Weary marchers take a break as building employees watch the event. Handmade protest signs lay in a pile at Tent State, a gathering place for leftists temporarily located at Cuernavaca Park in Denver.
Bob Kinsey, Green Party candidate for senate in Colorado, speaking at the Mercury Cafe in Denver, urges residents to build up the organization into a viable third party.
Green Party presidential candidate, Cynthia McKinney Green Party vice presidential candidate, Rosa Clemente Cindy Sheehan

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