Posted: August 1st, 2010 by Gadget42
Vandal leaves mark on Boulder County Justice Center
Despite a police crackdown on graffiti, at least one vandal managed to hide his or her work in plain sight this week — on the front entrance to the Boulder County Justice Center.
Using what appears to have been a set of stencils and white paint, someone added a set of quotation marks around the word “justice” on the facility’s main sign at the corner of Sixth Street and Canyon Boulevard.
According to some passersby, the graffiti appeared sometime late Sunday night. But no one at the justice center, including the attorneys, prosecutors, judges and police officers who work there daily, noticed the markings for days.
Some workers said they appreciated the attempt at humor.
Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett was less amused when he saw the quotations for the first time Wednesday afternoon.
“I’m quite proud of the work that happens at this center,” he said. “So to suggest on the official sign that it’s not justice is not appropriate.”
Mili Note: Waaah waaahh wwaaahhh “I’ve been coming here for almost a week and never noticed this. Someone peed in my sandbox and it infringes on my high-and-mightiness as a attorney at law.” Blubber blubber, boo hoo.