NY Times buried evidence exonerating Kavanaugh
The New York times had blockbuster new evidence exonerating Kavanaugh but instead emphasized a flimsy allegation. David French in National Review.
“Now all four people that Ford identified as being at that high-school party in the summer of 1982 have now said no such party occurred.”
• “Never should have been published” — USA Today
• Former NY Times editor defends Kavanaugh — Fox News
More tales from the school-to-prison pipeline
Shooting at a car
Terquil D. Davis, age 17, no permanent address,
was arrested 09-09-19 for first degree reckless endangerment and possession of a firearm by an adjudicated delinquent after shooting at a moving car .
Detectives learned Davis is in the midst of a dispute with a couple of other young men. Davis was walking when those young men pulled up near him in a car in the 1700 block of Northport Drive around noon Monday.A retired Dane County Sheriff’s detective was in the area and watched as Davis fired multiple rounds at the car. The retired detective and a Wisconsin Department of Justice agent – who also happened to be close – chased after the suspect. With help from Maple Bluff police officers, the two men took Davis into custody.
MPD officers were also on the scene very quickly. They arrested Davis and confiscated his revolver.
Detectives have now located the involved car and found it contain two bullet holes. There were no reports of injuries. The investigation is continuing.
The MPD thanks the retired detective, the Department of Justice agent, and Maple Bluff police officers for apprehending a suspect who opened fire in broad daylight in an area where many innocent people were going about their lives.
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