Underwhelming oversight 

The Joshua Carrier case brings up questions about whether the police and District 11 do all they can to keep kids safe

Dressed in an orange jumpsuit bearing "El Paso County Jail" in black letters, the 6-foot-6 inmate shuffles his plastic sandals across the crowded courtroom. Even at 30, he emits a boyish quality revealed in a tiny smile that plays briefly over his…

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