‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

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‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

Author: Deterioration of communication between institutions and an individual may be cause for catastrophe
An 85-ton, steel and concrete-reinforced Komatsu D355A bulldozer destroyed 13 buildings in June 2004 in Granby, Colorado. Patrick Brower writes as a witness to the 2004 rampage in his book “Killdozer: The True Story of the Colorado Bulldozer Rampage.”
Three rifles were mounted around the improvised tank. No police or pedestrians died in the hours long rampage.

‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

An 85-ton, steel and concrete-reinforced Komatsu D355A bulldozer destroyed 13 buildings in June 2004 in Granby, Colorado. Patrick Brower writes as a witness to the 2004 rampage in his book “Killdozer: The True Story of the Colorado Bulldozer Rampage.”
Three rifles were mounted around the improvised tank. No police or pedestrians died in the hours long rampage.

‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

Producers of a documentary film “TREAD” scheduled to debut at the South by Southwest film festival in March used “Killdozer: The True Story of the Colorado Bulldozer Rampage” as source material for their movie, Brower said.

‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

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‘Killdozer’ speaks to current social unrest

Marvin Heemeyer destroyed the Sky-Hi Newsroom — while Patrick Brower was in it — and many other targeted buildings around Granby, including town hall and a former mayor’s house, Brower writes in his book “Killdozer: The True Story of the Colorado Bulldozer Rampage.”
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