Monthly Archives: September 2019

Mike Koval takes off the gloves on Ms. Vicki’s show

Straight talk Mike Koval, retired police chief of Madison WI, tells Our Ms. Vicki McKenna that City of Madison government is facing an $11 million deficit but he would not be surprised if there was money for an independent police … Continue reading

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Who will succeed Mike Koval?

Our guess: someone soft and squishy If an internal name were to be considered by the Police & Fire Commission, one we have heard is Paige Valenta, assistant chief of operations. But she is described as “tough.” That’s a disqualification in this … Continue reading

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Police chief Mike Koval announces retirement

What did we tell you this week? His last day is Monday. Vic Wahl will take over Blaska Policy Werkes first broke this story four days ago (Wednesday 09-25-19). From his announcement: If you have followed me as Chief, you know that … Continue reading

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Hold teenage car thieves responsible? In Madison?

Quite a haul: three cars! From WKOW TV-27: Authorities say a family in the Hawks Landing subdivision was asleep early Friday morning when a team of burglars stole three of their vehicles: a 2019 Honda HRV, a 2015 Acura RDX … Continue reading

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News media suppressed free speech in John Doe probe

“A classic case of an imbalance of power” “In Wisconsin, the prosecutors had the [news] media in their pocket” The news media likes to portray itself as defenders of the little guy. But when it comes to citizen activists participating … Continue reading

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Tasing at the Schools of Unmet Needs

Essential Madison school district supplies: tasers and lawyers Crime causes poverty That’s what we shall call Madison public schools: the Schools of Unmet Needs. More details emerged from the fight at East high school (we reported before anyone else) on … Continue reading

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