Westword (Denver), “Sole’s New Track “Three Way Fight” Addresses Politics of Protest in Denver and Beyond”

We didn’t do anything violent and we didn’t do anything that night that hadn’t been done at the previous march, but as soon as we took the streets, the cops started kettling us and were arresting people. There were more cops than there were protestors that night. That gets to the root of it — the city goes after anarchists. The city was specifically targeting anarchists and anarchist organizers and radicals. They try to pick out who the leaders are and take those people off the streets and [those people] end up getting trumped up with felonies and other false charges.

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