Going to War for Justice


| May 23, 2001


Going to War for Justice, Hunter S. Thompson, ESPN Page 2
In 1998, 25-year-old Denver resident Lisl Ellen Auman was convicted of murder, an act she claims was committed by another party while she was handcuffed in a police car. Now noted gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson has taken up the cause, which has featured a May 14 Denver rally with a gathering of Thompson's cohorts and a series of rants about the case, the most recent in ESPN Page 2. With winds of old-style '20s journalism and rambunctious '60s political activism, Thompson strangely reassures the soul while stimulating the intellectual adrenaline.
--Carey L. Biron
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