January 24, 2008--Douglas Bruce announces his side of the kicking incident and requests the members of the Colorado House not censure him before the House voted 62-1 for censure for kicking a Rocky Mountain News photographer. The Denver Post, Glenn Asakawa
Denver (AP) -- Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce will have another day in court on his motions to dismiss a case against him or move it to Colorado Springs. A Denver District Court Judge on Monday refused to suppress statements made by Bruce in his tax evasion case. The judge will hear the other motions on Tuesday. According to the Denver Post, Bruce was combative with Judge Anne Mansfield over Bruce's arguments and courtroom procedure on Monday. The judge told Bruce he had no factual or legal support for his motions to suppress the evidence. Bruce is accused of failing to file tax returns in 2006 or 2007, and of dodging taxes on income made during those years, and in 2005.
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