Boulder Cops Fool Reporters At 3:32 p.m. on Thursday, the Boulder County District Attorney's office put out a press release warning reporters. It said anyone going to the Boulder Airport would have to obey all rules -- park only in designated spots, don't park on the streets and don't block any roads. A reporter could be excused, then, for assuming that John Mark Karr would be arriving at the Boulder airport at 5:00 p.m., just like the rumor mill was reporting. So, it was quite a surprise when the plane landed at the Broomfield Airport, 10 miles away, instead. This just a few days after the Boulder County Sheriff's office put out a statement saying there was no need to try and get a shot of Karr in Colorado because "Karr will not be paraded or exposed to public view during his transfers to or from the county jail..." Was this a deliberate effort to foil reporters hoping to get a "perp walk" shot for the front page or that evening's news?