Alibi V.20 No.25 • June 23-29, 2011 
Michael Lee had the words “Not Guilty” tattooed across his back while he was in jail. The work was done by several inmates with sharpened staples and ink made from Vaseline soot.

News Feature

Justice at a Price

The City locked up Michael Lee for murder, then paid him $1 million

Michael Lee spent 15 months in the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center before being released in March 2009. He was facing the death penalty for the murder of the Yis, an elderly couple who'd been found dead in their Northeast Heights home in December 2007. "It's the scariest thing I've ever been through. Hands down."

Council Watch

Seven-Hour Cram Session

The Council crammed a lot into their last meeting before summer recess. Councilors voted to: review APD’s deadly force policies; allow big restaurants not to install fire sprinklers; and let the city to vote on red-light cameras.

Answer Me This

What do you know about last week?
See? Hobbies.

Ask Kat Curious

Dating in Your Forties

The Alibi’s advice-bestower talks about love lives in Burque and doing the robot.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because it happens to someone else.
Image via Pixabay

EVENT HORIZON ()

Serve Yo' Self Some Cake

13th Birthday Celebration

Enjoy prizes, giveaways and other exciting opportunities to win piles of pleasure as well as a free vibe with every purchase.
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Image courtesy Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

EVENT HORIZON ()

Chúc mừng năm mới!

Vietnamese New Year Festival

Celebrate Lunar New Year, a time to celebrate family, renewal and prosperity with a traditional ceremony, music, dance performances, traditional Vietnamese dishes and much more.
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Image courtesy of NM Political Report by Andy Lyman

EVENT HORIZON ()

Let''s Rise Up in 2020

NM Women's March

Women Rising, the 2020 New Mexico Women's March, happens on Sunday, Jan. 19 at noon. This year's rally, highlighting immigration rights, climate justice and reproductive rights happens in the middle of Downtown, at Albuquerque Civic Plaza. Besides a protest march, powerful speakers are scheduled to bring an affirmative and empowering message to an event that also features crafts and informational booths, food trucks and live music. For more info and a printable flyer about this free, all-ages victory march, visit nmwomensmarch.org.

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