Blaska is on WORT Wednesday!
Petition the Mayor and Madison alders:
“We need more police and fire safety and we don’t need a $200,000 police critic!
School-to-prison pipeline is back in session
from the Madison police blotter
Better call Freedom Inc.!
11:45 a.m. Monday, November 11 —(West High School)
West High’s School Resource Officer pleaded with a 16-year-old girl to make a good decision, and voluntarily leave the school yesterday. The girl is not a student at West, and attends an alternative program. The SRO volunteered to give her a ride to the program. She responded by swearing at the officer.There was information the teen was looking to confront a student at West, and school staff worked to assist the SRO in escorting the girl from the school. She began swinging at the SRO, breaking his glasses, scratching his face, and biting his arm. The bite drew blood and the officer would later go to a hospital to be treated for a significant exposure. The girl also attempted to bite a school staff member. She was taken to the Juvenile Reception Center on tentative charges of battery to a law enforcement officer, causing substantial bodily harm/soft tissue injury, resisting/obstructing, damage to property, disorderly conduct, and trespass.
Support bringing the F-35 fighter jet
to Truax Field, Madison WI
• Online: http://www.angf35eis.com/Comments.aspx
Or surface mail to:
F-35A EIS Project Manager
3501 Fetchet Avenue
Joint Base Andrews MD 20762-5157
Comment deadline November 1.
Daily Archives: December 5, 2018
Is viewpoint discrimination (and reverse racial discrimination) at work here? An Open Letter to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne: While maintaining that Madison Police had not referred our complaint to you (See part #1), you made several arguments that … Continue reading
An Open letter to Ismael Ozanne, Dane County District Attorney: Thank you for meeting with me, unscheduled, Monday morning (12-03-18) in your office. That was most gracious. As we discussed, my purpose was to determine the status of a criminal … Continue reading