ADL Expresses Concern about Larimer Sheriff’s Religious Comments on Government Website

The Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League expressed concern today about the remarks made by Larimer County Sheriff Jim Alderden on the official Larimer County website, in which he expressed his personal opinions promoting Christianity in the public square. “Sheriff Alderden is certainly free to hold personal opinions about his faith and the propriety of religious displays in the

Hate Crime Investigation Urged in Assault on Jewish Man

Date:March 13, 2008 UPDATE: One of the suspects was arraigned on March 7th and pled not guilty. A motions hearing is set for April 30th, and a jury trial is scheduled for June 9th. The other suspect pled guilty to the 3rd degree assault charge, and the bias-motivated crime charge was dropped. He was sentenced to 120 days in jail

Fixing the Immigration System Must Be Done Without Bias

This letter appeared in The Greeley Tribune on Oct. 3, 2007 Dear Editor, The recent forum held in Greeley focusing on crimes committed by undocumented immigrants causes the Anti-Defamation League concern. Fixing our broken immigration system is a pressing problem in America today and ongoing discussion and debate is needed to find meaningful and workable solutions.  It is vital, however,