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Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

Vicki McKenna

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in regards to Governor Tony Evers, statewide mask mandate box sixes and delicate area, explains Waukesha County resident Jared Fay. Vic. Filed a petition against the governor's power to issue the statewide mask mandate, according to the lawsuit Favorite argue state law prevents a governor from issuing more than one emergency order for the same pandemic. Governor, Evers declared the state wide mass mandate after he had declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home. The Supreme Court is looking to answer two questions. Did Governor Evers violated state law when he declared a state of emergency and put those orders in place? And whether the orders are an unconstitutional legislative power used by the executive branch.

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New Road Projects Emerging in Southeast Wisconsin

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

New Road Projects Emerging in Southeast Wisconsin

"And with the new year comes new road projects in southeast Wisconsin now the twenty nineteen is wrapping up we can expect a lot of road projects to kick in in the new year the deal tease my pirate says they're not taking the new you're lying down there's plenty to keep them busy and twenty twenty the completion of the project by finishing up the north flag will be getting some work under way here now we're seeing county on highway eleven towards the downtown area just over how we sixteen in Waukesha county will be re decking the bridge eighty three over highway sixteen and that's just to name a few that would also get

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GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

Mark Belling

12:27 min | 2 years ago

GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

"You I'm gonna be joined in just a few seconds here by congressman Jim Sensenbrenner who has been a powerful member of the United States house of representatives for decades former committee chairman and long time representative of currently called the fifth congressional district and the just the clouds of change a little bit over the years but it's always been a very very large chunk of the Milwaukee suburbs congressman Sensenbrenner good afternoon hi mark how are you doing I'm a great I you have it at all to do you want to share with our audience this afternoon so I'm just going to allow you to share it yes mark I wanna let you and your listeners know all of that I've decided not to seek reelection a year from November I always knew that when the time came for me to step aside I would come to that conclusion and I've done that now it's been a great run for the last forty two years I think I've made a difference both for our district in our country in building the Republican Party and making us safer through the patriot act in this modernization as well as standing up for disabled people and me on board so the time has come I think to pass the torch I'm proud of what I've done and then of what I want to do is to thank everybody who has supported me over the years because I never could have done it alone. obviously you've been there for a long time you had a few health problems have been some health issues in your family are those contributing factors here or have you just decided that you wanna roll off into the sunset and not have to do so much hard work for the rest of your life well first of all I'm not planning on going off into the sunset I will remain active in Wisconsin politics health question the answer is no my wife who has severe aneurysm is stabilized and I am feeling you know up to the job and you all are going to be hearing an awful lot for me during the next sixteen months when I survive my final term of particularly if the Democrats are foolish enough to actually go through an impeachment in the Judiciary Committee that was my next question you do and you're not resigning or anything like that your term would run to January of twenty one and you are going to serve that entire que van is correct I am not resigning I am serving out my term and at the end of this term I will have been in Congress longer than anybody else in Wisconsin history including David OP was that done was that a goal at any point what it all really. for the last two years but you know I I I figured yeah after all the pushing and pulling in the last Congress you know I wanted to be there in this Congress whether we were in the majority or the minority and when you're in the minority of course you have nothing to say about the schedule but I learned a long time ago that when you have a good idea you get a bipartisan sponsor co sponsor of it because in our divided Congress unless you do that it's not going anywhere. have you made a decision as to whether or not you're going to endorse someone who seeks to replace your I'm not going to win Doris anybody I'm sure there's going to be a scrum of Republicans running and I hope they all seek the party endorsement next month or next March the fifth district caucus the only thing I can say to those who are contemplating running are actually running is don't kill each other please. the I. up. ten year of your career you I mean the the what the media will describe me the use different adjectives than those of the conservatives would describe but forceful aggressive feisty combative committed all of those words do come to do come divided describing your career I mean it's hard what you mentioned that you're not going to go watch silently I can't imagine you ever being silent ready thank you not only were a consistent conservative and maybe a little bit ahead of your time in some of your conservative points of view you chose to make yourself vocal and clear and aggressive as you know there are some members of Congress we call a back benchers they go there and you never hear anything from them again and they cast their votes in the collector paychecks and so on you chose from the beginning. to be heard and that the voice of sense in better would be known and would be out there I talk for just a moment about that and about your own style and the way that you've kind of handle the comported yourself in your life tenure in Congress well after my first election I got a call from former president Ford he said Jim you have a safe district you can either be a great constituents Orvis congressman or hire people who can do that my staff has been great or you can be somebody who actually aggressively pursues and passes legislation that was very good advice and that's what I've done really right from the beginning and I don't regret doing that because the staff can do an awful lot of things that they can their goose registration they can't debated they can't vote on it they can't negotiate with the Senate and with the White House and I I just had my staff pull together some figures following Gerry Ford's advice I've been the lead sponsor coast sponsor of four thousand two hundred ninety nine pieces of legislation seven hundred sixty eight of them passed the house and two hundred seventeen of them have been signed into law by six different presidents so I think I made a difference both for our district in for our country and I've kept in touch hundred town meetings average every year nobody can come close to that in there a lot of people who come into the town meetings and say I've been to direct I've been to route and things like that but I think that this is an issue of accountability and I guess somebody could be wishy washy and six months later when things don't turn out correctly people say why didn't he or she tell us that that's not my style some is not going to pass I think people are newer right away. and they are put their efforts into something else. when I got wind that you wanted to have something to say obviously I didn't think it was you announcing reelection because you pronounce your candidacy for reelection ninety seven thousand times that it was something else one of the questions that will come up is why now are you burned out to get tired of the attitude in Washington did that come into play or is it simply that it's time and you want to go out on your own terms while you can still do it on your own terms well it's you know the thing is is that the framers set up the constitution that required compromise which is kind of a naughty word nowadays and it's been frustrating I'll be the first one to admit that I wanted to go out on my own terms I don't haven't announced opponent free election and nobody can come up and say well I forced him out map because there's nobody that has any credibility at math you know the other thing you know is is that I'd like to get a new representative in the fifth district before redistricting because if I served another term and would be leaving in twenty twenty two I can see the wolves on both sides of the aisle on Madison seeing themselves going to Washington and carving the seat up and believe me I have work to make the wall counties more Republican the wall counties have got to be kept together in redistricting if Republicans are going to have any chance of winning a statewide election yeah I guess we should tell people since she has changed a bit over every ten years you're just like I guess could roughly be described as a small portion of western Milwaukee county the northern half of walk a shot I think all they're virtually all of Jefferson I think you have all the virtually all of Dodge and Washington you no longer have sake I think I think I pretty much yeah you're pretty and the city of whitewater the city of white water ice. get a little bit down there and your white water in that so that's it yet it could change a little bit over the years with the redistricting and so on but it is generally bad. a Republican district and wanted which well you had challengers none that were ever very serious I guess my final question to you is was that liberating and allowing you to. not have to worry at all about. taking positions that were in chores by having a district that was perceived is generally safe do you think do you think that allowed you to become an even more effective and outspoken voice for conservatism it was because I mean I think you you pre date even Tommy Thompson's governorship in here what if you think about the foundational roots of the contemporary Republican Party in Wisconsin I mean your the route I mean it's it's been you and everything's calm well you better route well. very clearly so all the way the old nine district was when I was first elected it didn't start out that way half the courthouse in half the legislative delegation in Waukesha county were Democrats we had a party leadership that complained about conservatives at the bar at the Country Club and the next spring with my support down Taylor was elected Waukesha county chairman and with the party signing up for members and me pointing out folks who have fled from the city that is Republicans that really stand up for your values of small government good schools will crime rates lower taxes and you are a shared your previous voting habits and start voting for Republicans they have a lot of people but led by don Taylor bureau have been able to turn walkie Sean Washington counties into the Republican strongholds of they are and in terms of my political legacy I can look back at that it was a great deal of pride. you you may I I said that was my last question I do have another one you obviously timed the announcement the election is next year the primary election which is where all the action to be on the Republican side is you know a full you're a ways you're giving the other would be candidates an opportunity to go on this it will catch anyone by surprise even though you will Sir about obviously the entirety of the term did you have this in your mind last year when you were writing that the the election that you won back in twenty eighteen was the last is this but thought for a while it or did this come up in the last week what where's where's the time line bad where arms of how you come to this well you know what I what I can say is that Sean Duffy and I were the two most responsible for convincing Paul Ryan to run for speaker and I made a commitment at least mentally that I would serve out and be Paul Ryan's good friend in backstop and he gave me a couple of messages to straighten out which were real masses that you know Paul's retirement was a surprise but no surprise but things have gone along so far down the you know I said that you know really we don't need to have an uproar in the fifth district because it will hurt the statewide take care of well you know heard governor Walker and Attorney General Shamil and you know needed to have the the work that I was doing and the endorsements that I could make the keep the the fifth district legislators reelected. sure enough well it's I'm sure we're going to have you on the program is going to be a lot of things that happen over the next sixty months and I appreciate your joining us to make this time I would say epic and historic announcement this afternoon well thank you very much for giving me the opportunity mark okay thanks

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News Talk 1130 WISN

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Executive director of the Waukesha county. Historical museum, so six hundred million dollar impact on the economy. That's number. I'm not going to take credit for our quite all of that. But Wisconsin, Wisconsin. Yeah. We have an incredible museum community, and it really is that a outed myself as a transplant the area, but this statewide community of folks really reached out and made me one of their own very quickly. I'm willing to call myself, a Wisconsin much faster than I thought I would be otherwise are you a badger fan? I might be from Ohio that makes it, but I've lived in five different states. So my loyalties about I will say I've adopted the brewers as my National League team. Okay. That badgers getting they're still working on it. I love Madison, though, they're going to Madison I've been there for for games. It's a fabulous place to be on a game day as a nice museum in their own raps. So Lutely, absolutely. But in terms of of how our organization the the Waukesha county. Historical society museum, our largest impact with actually what we were just talking about our dark period our construction period we were one of. Several historic preservation projects in the state over the past few years supported through the state at work tax credit program as well as federal historic tax credit program, which is an offset to the project cost. It's not immediate. Here's here's a checkbook. But we still had to find private investors found development partner who brought in the investment necessary to the project. So we all said and done. My understanding is we're gonna come in between six and seven million dollars of direct investment into our building that was local area trades working on our building that was in our our part of you know, the the larger contribution that's a huge investment to to a community to have a construction project of that size happened of that kind of dollar amount to happen. And that's what historic organizations in particular context with with the tax credit programs and things were able to advocate for often where the owners of properties as was the case for us with historic courthouse. Complex, and so finding ways to to leverage investment there. In addition to our direct services and programs. I spoke about us as a as an international destination for folks were drivers of people into a new location. I'm the type of person if I'm in a new city or town one of the things my husband, and I do is look up on Google maps and type Newseum and see what's going on. It can be a really good indicator for where's a good place to go for a day trip or I'm traveling through. And I need to kill some hours between the wedding, you know, ceremony and the reception. What can I do? I'll go to the museum often times that means you're going to go get lunch somewhere, you're going to get a drink somewhere. After that. So we really are these anchors for our communities that can help drive folks in and keep them once they're they're that they're going to spend the day with us now. And I think at least for my standpoint, I was not aware of how many historical society museums are in scam sunny. Yeah. All different types, art, museums specific museums as well, as you know, the general museums like the more public museum. But so are these investors how you support or fund the organization primarily then in part -absolutely? So we're an organization that does not have one single source where a self funded and so private philanthropy is probably our largest bucket as it were made up of several hundred annual donors everything from, you know, the thirty dollar annual membership as a support up into some larger figure donations as well. We also right for grants from local and state and federal sources we were really fortunate this past year to be supported through Wisconsin humanities council for our intergenerational heritage fair program. That's a program that allowed us in our first year reopened after renovations. To guarantee we could serve a thousand students coming from throughout the county area. So that was a huge support source was. Getting that grant from humanities council support that program to make sure we could immediately start making our our educational service impact again to those students and they're coming from again throughout the county. We see in our visitation about sixty percent of our school groups and patrons walking in the door coming from the immediate city of Waukesha area. And then after that it's all coming from outside. So we draw a very mixed crowd as well. And you talk about ways that you can you can fund your organization like the the newsletter or the the magazine. Sure. But also for those listeners out there that want to get involved somehow and take a step further volunteering is important. You had mentioned that the workshop Coney struggle society museum, contributed five thousand hours of volunteer time Attlee, so tell us more about how folks can get involved in history and engage with the community, are volunteer. I. Sometimes referred to them as my a small army of volunteers. They to a range of functions we have folks who love to talk to people on..

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News Talk 1130 WISN

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We had a flat tire and Waukesha county. Guess what they're suing they've been so traumatized by the terrible police treatment that they receive because they are convinced that they are victims of racial. Profiling that's reflect refresh everyone's memories the incident occurred last August. The two men involved, Dimitrius Williams, and John Patterson Milwaukee. Pastors? There were headed back from a fishing trip. They had a flat tire near Morland road. They pull over to the side of the road. Up comes a Waukesha county sheriff's deputies with the red and white flashes on according to the two pastors initially we were elated. Hey somebody's coming over to help us. Quoting from the story of the Waukesha Freeman initially were happy to see that help it arrived. However, it was our initial impression of assumed assistance that quickly changed according to the lawsuit. Deputy Eric Michelson who was the field. Supervisor of deputy, Michael Powell. Michaelson asked the man if they had any drugs alcohol or weapons in their vehicle instead of offering assistance, both better also asked for the driver's license, although they say that no moving violation occurred. They also allege that the boat that they were towing for their fishing trip. Had an orange sticker often marking abandoned vehicles play started, even as they told the deputy that help was on the way to change the flat tire. Williams says that all of this was discriminatory. The two pastors claim according to the story in the freemen that they sustain damage, including emotional pain, mental anguish and loss of enjoyment of life because of this incident. Gebbie break. First of all, we need a term to come up with people that are stealing the victimization of others. We've got stolen valor for those who claim that they were in the military did all these things that they in fact did not do. When you consider the people that have truly been discriminated against because of their skin color. There is the city of their religion for these two clowns to compare what happened to them to that kind of situation is ridiculous. First of all. I don't think anything is unusual about when you see in a vehicle pulled off to the side of the road to come up and ask the person for their driver's license. I would assume they asked me for my driver's license. Second they asked if there was anything inappropriate in the vehicle caps always ask that. Because a we do a lot of drug interdiction and the people give their permission. You don't need a search warrant in order to look inside the vehicle so what? And Thirdly, they put the orange sticker on the side of the boat. They probably do that every single time. There's a vehicle sitting off to the side of the road. So that it can be barked. What did you go? I'm glad Waukesha county sheriff's deputies and they see vehicles on the side of the road, or at least looking into seeing whether or not, hey is this legitimate or not. We just came off the situation involving the finding of Jamie close. When law enforcement officers come across individuals that are in a situation like this. We want them to have their radar up, and they're up to make sure that nothing is amiss. But beyond that what you'll notice in. This story is that there is no allegation of any racially. Inappropriate comments made. There's no sterling Brown situation where someone got taste. There's those smart alecky comments coming from the officer. They came upon a vehicle on the side of the road and said, hey, do you have anything bad in here? Show us your driver's license. See they put an orange sticker on the car for this. They're traumatized. I've had bigger attitude thrown at me when I pulled over for speeding to presume that every time a cop asks you a question is because of your skin color. Is a way of taking racism that exists in our society and stealing it to make yourself. A victim. In this case with the apparent purpose of cashing, Ed. Give me money every time a cop asked me for my driver's license. And I'm willing to bet suppose I'm out of state, or you know, six counties away, they pulled me over to the side of the I'm willing to bet they'll ask me whether or not to have anything appropriate of the vehicle, especially if I'm pulled over to the side. Do you know how many of these cards pulled over to the side of the road? Do in fact have drugs, do you know, how much interdiction we're doing and Racine county with all the people that are pulled over there? We should want them to ask once they size the situation up. They figured out that everything was fine. And we moved died. No, what was victimized here. Nobody needs to file a lawsuit other than people that are trying to take a flat tire and turn it into a money maker for them by falsely accusing some hardworking sheriff's deputies of racism. What you want them to do next? I just drive on by when you're off to the side of the road. If we had anything in our car. You said you're dead. The end of it all by goodness gracious. What a horrible society we live in that you had to put up with that incredible abuse they pointed orange sticker on your boat. No. Pointed sticker on their boat. It's right up there with being put on a chain gang. All right, five forty four news talk eleven thirty w S.

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CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

Handel on the Law

01:54 min | 3 years ago

CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

"Has been issued for a critically missing Milwaukee woman who suffers from dementia sixty two year old Deborah birth. Hold was last seen walking west on Wisconsin. Avenue near twenty eighth street just around seven forty this morning Milwaukee police say, she is wearing, a cast on her right arm and maybe in need of medical attention anyone. With information is asked to contact police a pedestrian is in serious, condition after a hit and run. Early this, morning a vehicle fled a traffic, stop in Waukesha. County and was later spotted in west Allis police there attempted to stop the vehicle near, sixty, six and Blue Mountains but were unsuccessful according to officers the vehicle then swerved narrowly missing a Milwaukee, sheriff squad car but when it's worth. Back and hit, a pedestrian, at the, corner of, Holly and blue Mont the vehicle fled the scene. And has not been located is, the, TSA, following you Civil libertarians are, sounded the alarm about the agency's quiet skies program that involves air marshals tracking the behavior of. Americans that aren't on some watchlist changes made to the program this past March allow the marshalls to follow passengers. And flight and once they land we get more from ABC's Stephanie Ramos says they. Want to eliminate any potential threats. To commercial aircraft but what's happening now is that this leaves the agency to choose which air travelers to. Focus on how closely they are tracked TSA. Says they want to eliminate any potential threats to commercial aircrafts but what's happening, now is that, they leave the agency to choose which air travel is to focus on now. Closely they are tracked there's still no sign that CBS CEO less, move as his job is in. Jeopardy in, the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, the husband of. The TV personality Julie Chen has denied any wrongdoing ABC's Zachary clash reports network executives are, addressing, the claims according to the Wall Street Journal this CBS board is scheduled to have The meeting tomorrow it is expected. To select a special committee to. Oversee the investigation into moon viz alleged.

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WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At eleven o'clock it is eighty two degrees today evening isolated storm possible high of eighty three from the wtmj breaking news center i'm tony paddock president trump ready to sit down for a one on one meeting with russian president vladimir putin tomorrow republican lawmakers were not calling for president trump to cancel his summit with ladimir putin but some did say they want to see the president get tough with the russian leader senator john mccain said in a statement that the president must be willing to demonstrate to putin that there will be a quote serious price to pay for his ongoing aggression towards the united states and democracies around the world other republican lawmakers said it wasn't enough for president trump to continue asking putin if you meddled in the two thousand sixteen election but that friday's indictment shows he must demand russia not interfere in the future karen travers abc news helsinki a three year old boy is dead in two adults injured when their car hit a tree and p walkie early this morning the waukesha county sheriff's office says first responders were called the prospect rocky point road just before six o'clock three year old boy was taken to the hospital but later died sheriff's deputies say it's not yet clear what made the car lose control a six year old child in waukesha is dead after being hit by pickup truck while riding his bike saturday night police say it happened at the intersection of racine and chevy chase just after nine thirty the child was rushed to the hospital but died shortly after the driver remained on scene and is cooperating with the investigation like heroes farewell for sun prairie volunteer fire captain corey bar at his funeral service speakers continuously talked about corey bars devotion to the department and his relationship with the community the person who made each person he came in contact with feel like their lives were the most important thing to him but it was his dedication to his family that set them apart quarter made all three of us girls is top priority every moment of the day captain corey bar is survived by his wife abby and twin three year old daughters audrey and haley berry nelson wtmj news busy day.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The i threes it is waukesha county has had several district attorneys who have chosen to ignore the law and do nothing to individuals who engage in closed government sue oppor the current district attorney in waukesha county is utterly useless and trying to get other governmental entities to follow the law she's never shown an interest in doing it never and her predecessor brad schimmel now the attorney general of wisconsin even though he talks a good game about open records is actually the biggest enemy i think that we have open government in the state of wisconsin he also does nothing to go after individuals and entities who tried to obstruct open records cases i have never asked schimmel office to intervene in a case and gotten a response that was productive ever after well he was the da in waukesha county prior to that in most counties it's the da whose job it is to enforce the law in milwaukee county it's the office of corporation counsel but that's an exception milwaukee county and the corporation counsel's office which is a separate legal office in that he handles all of the other seventy one counties you're supposed to go to the district attorney if somebody's not complying and ask them to force compliance paul bucher was the da before shimo i frankly can't remember if he was at he helping open records cases it's because that goes back quite some time but the last two they have the comfort of knowing that the people who have been the district attorney's in those counties will not force them to follow the law that's the first part the second party is perhaps more interesting there is a sense of overwhelming arrogance that is pervasive in government in the entire county of waukesha and the arrogance is actually earned by and large the governmental entities that waukesha county do a pretty good job by and large that means more often than not so therefore they think they're you know what doesn't smell and they think they ought to be able to do whatever they damn so you want to know something that we're not gonna tell you go jump in a lake your big mouth that's the attitude it's kind of like this imagine you had three kids one of them's in prison for murder the other ones all screwed up on drugs and the third went to medical school that is a doctor now let's take that third one supposed doesn't show up for mother's day or father's day add kind of ignores you you're going to cut them slack over those things which are bad things as opposed to the other two kids because what happens a prison for murder and the other ones all screwed up on drugs so in other words the doctor in this situation thinks that he can kinda be sort of a bad neglectful son because by and large the other things he's done a pretty good job with his life i can analogize anything can't i that is a great while you idiot well and that's kind of where kind of where it comes up it's gone on and on and on with cases like this i'm gonna talk about a couple of things because i want to bring this stuff to ahead one some of you may recall this this has gone on for years arrowhead high school in the heartland burton area few years ago built this locker room became it became a national laughingstock there's literally a skylight at there's carpeting all over the place they spent hundreds of thousands of dollars out at the same time the current can't turn around the school district is broke the locker room was a combination of a donation for one guy and public buddy donation with the one guy meant that.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And that information goes to ice whether you have to eighty seven g or not is can find out that i'm in the country illegally or not and whether or not i'm the subject of a potential issue detainers an issue that ice resolves so whether i'm to eighty seven g or not that processes happening in every jail across america today so you you have the ability to to make sure that i that you assist ice in hold the in detaining these folks until they can come and dispatch with them and what we've got even though these are known quantities known criminal quantities because the two eighty seven g isn't emplaced you're not permitted to do anything to extend attention until i can come and get him well right and and and i'm gonna say that was some qualifiers because some cases are different than others and and this is where the complexity of federal immigration law starts to cloud things up you can be you can be in the country illegally criminally and you can be in the country illegally civilly and it's the difference between those two that sometimes we'll get sheriffs in a situation where a judge a federal judge might look at whether or not you're the authority to honor that detainers beyond the resolution of local charges and that's that's been the subject of some questions now none of that affects wisconsin today as we sit here none of those cases are seventh circuit cases i'm trying to be proactive i'm trying to make sure that i don't expose waukesha county taxpayers to the potential future of failed litigation and i think that that's my role as a as a sheriff to make sure that when i'm doing things that i pay attention to the legal landscape i make make sure that what we're doing things that is going to be done legally and i am absolutely committed to working with my eyes partners and to eighty seven g not only allows me to have unambiguous authority and.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The judge to home the case is assigned as lead dreyfus junior judges have the ability to step in and override the decisions of commissioners on bail but that requires somebody from the da's office to take it to the judge and ask them to do it we just had an election for judge in waukesha county laura lau is a court commissioner her opponent in the race ran a number of ads in which he said that she was soft bail set herself as a court commissioner there indeed were some cases that were problematic there are other cases in which laura la actually i think was a pretty strong bail center we'll see how she does judge i would hope though that the victory of lao who is supported by the courthouse crowd he's not being considered by the other judges and commissioners in waukesha county that they can now go carte blanche and go as soft as they possibly can go when laura ran for judge and i offered no endorsement of no support for either candidate that race because i couldn't it good conscience say that i thought that any either of them was a soft judge would be a soft judge laura lau counted as the support of having most of the support of law enforce the law enforcement a courthouse crowded waukesha county and i felt that that was not much of an endorsement because the law enforcement crowd in waukesha county from the da's office to several of the judges led by ralphie ramirez and the sheriff are simply not very conservative people that are not very strong crime themselves all i can do is continue to share cases like this with my audience and hope but somebody clips the wings of commissioners like jasmer and the district attorney's office developed something of a conscience and realizes that wild bail indeed is for the purpose of making sure that someone shows up for trial when you have somebody who is soon to be sentenced on multiple charges they are a flight risk if you set minimum bail and be they are.

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Certainly given the fact that he is now accused of violating the terms of his first bail by going off on another crime spree you'd think that jasmer might set some sort of bail that would be hard for somebody to come up with but no i call jasmine's office today she has not gotten back to me i also called the chief judge jennifer dorrell who in the past is offered defenses of molly jazz marie and we missed one another's phone messages she did contact me back but it was after the show started and they haven't had an opportunity to talk to her i call the da's office but frankly dealing with sue operas office and expecting any kind of condemnation or any kind of attempt to see if you can't get this in front of the judge to see if he can raise the bail has been a waste of time in that office now the good news is as of noon today the myers had not posted the bail the waukesha county jail does have an online reporting system for inmates and it's pretty close to real time they updated frequently so as of and today and today's the he hadn't come up with a thousand dollars bail and we can only hope that he doesn't or somebody doesn't post it for because if he does this guy who's staring at several prison sentences and is clearly into a proven that he's a danger fleeing alluding crashing vehicle stolen vehicle the weapons charge all of this stuff he can return right back to the street and as i say the thing that makes cases like this so frightening is a you're dealing with somebody who given the track record a frequent charges has the likelihood of committing more crimes given the fact that he's already allegedly accused of earlier carbs at second i keep talking about this the nothing to lose category i always put myself with the other guy shoes semaj i'm staring at four years but i get to be on the streets for three months doggone well if i do something again they're just going to add it to the thing that i already have it's going to be no extra problem for me those are the ones that.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"So here you get catch a guy about as close to red headed as you could imagine the waukesha county district attorney's office has decided not to charge burnside with auto theft there's no grand theft auto there's no auto theft there's no felony theft over a certain amount none of it he and said is getting the much softer charge of misdemeanor theft that's the sort of thing that you get if you swipe a power to a lot of somebody's garage misdemeanor theft for the for the for the stealing of a car valued probably around fifty five sixty thousand dollars the most he can get and they never get the most is nine months they do have enhancer in here the lawn wisconsin does allow it enhance it if he put in place for chronic criminals which of course is what burnside is unfortunately he's been a chronic criminal for some time and whether or not anybody does anything with the enhancer type of sentencing we'll see well anyway there's a couple of people who are involved in handling this case that i think the cats rightly proud of how they piece all this together over two counties and multiple people and so forth and they're gonna end up seeing a guy who's end up going to for probably not be punished at all nine months is the most that you can get maybe as a chronic criminal he'll end up doing more time on one of his original convictions by and large he's probably going to skate again as he skated his entire life for the people contact me are unhappy it's almost like what are you what do you have out there and find these cars if we're gonna get no backing from from the d a and this case waukesha county were su oppor is a rather lenient district attorney at least that's my judgement she rejects that that's my judgment so i contacted her office because i do want to get their point of view on their side and there maybe there's a rationalization for it she acknowledged to me she was not familiar with the case she was reading the file but she wasn't familiar with the case she said that the guy who's handling the case whatever assistant da 's ted's package she said unfortunately she can't ask him why he isn't charging a more serious thing because he's on vacation until april twelfth and that's what i went into.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Backing lau and most of the republican establishment of waukesha county is backing melvyn melvin is being endorsed by governor walker former governor tommy thompson most of the republicans from the state legislature from that area who have chosen to endorse one way or the other a few of the more conservative judges are endorsing melvin most of the people in the waukesha courthouse building and legal community itself are supporting law including the sheriff eric seabirds in the district attorney susan oppor and a handful of the current judges see the paddle lines kind of being drawn the more politically oriented conservatives and the ideological conservatives are backing melvin whereas the courthouse community which is a republican county but a courthouse that has not always been that conservative is backing laura lau i have been encouraged by supporters of both sides to rip the other candidate in the race and my stance that i have taken so far on this race is but i think based on who is supporting him and what is track record is that it saved assume that jack melvin is likely to be a law and order conservative as a judge there are never guarantees with judges but that's the likeliest scenario i think with laura lau i can't say she's not going to be a law and order judge yourself and i think that some of melvin supporters have wanted me to say that but i'm not going to go on here and say something that i don't know to be true as far as the court commissioners in waukesha county of god and this is setting a low bar because a couple of them are lousy laos seems to me to have been pretty good she has worked on bail reform that's pretty good on the other hand there are some things that have concerned me about law as i mentioned i'm bothered by the fact that some of.

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Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Debacle

Steve Scaffidi

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Debacle

"Dot com now a great event max wednesday punchy springs hotel out in waukesha county there i'll look forward to it i will be there and it is up close and personal you're you're listening to jeff interview onstage all these newsmakers candidates elected officials in the state of wisconsin so if you can get out there join us next wednesday night we were talking to anti tired off from milwaukee dot com what he thinks about this this facebook story cambridge analytica used by the trump organization and others to potentially influence voters with paid ads nothing unusual about that nothing illegal about that but that story prompted a lot of people to sell their facebook stock and the shares are down ten percent in a week and that's probably one of the biggest reasons why mark zuckerberg decided to start doing interviews four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage talk and text i just ask the simple question does this story give you pause make you say maybe facebook snap for me or am i going to use it in a different way four one four seven nine nine one six twenty what facebook has said they're going to do a three point plan they're going to investigate all third party apps those companies that are accessing your information any of those companies will now be investigated they're going to restrict third party access for future abuses and then finally make sure users understand what they're signing up for again the free free platform facebook you're not paying for it what you sign up for what they can get from your profile and if anyone who's on facebook knows that one of the things you've seen as people often use variations on their name or they spell it a different way to kind of protect your identity they don't disclose everything about their life including the jobs they have and what you know what they do elements trying to protect that but there are things within that profile that these companies can can glean from it and that's clearly what cambridge analytica did and when your ceo and the founder of facebook mark zuckerberg said it's a breach of trust i take him on his word he's in trouble facebook is in trouble because of something that's perceived as an intrusion on your privacy whether you sign up for that or not that's.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Eleven thirty w i s mark belling late afternoon show now this story a firefighter of an omni falls is facing criminal charges for threatening to kill governor walker his name is nncholas hagar he lives in land and he's forty five years old i don't know if the waukesha county district attorney couldn't come up with a way to more serious charge or not what i do know is is that after all the school shootings and all of the other people making inflammatory comments that we have in our society we have to start taking these these threats seriously whether the person in cans to act or not we clearly now have no way of knowing had nncholas crews not shot up a school and killed people all of his threats to shoot up the school that so many people were aware that as well he didn't really mean it in this instance you have an individual who draws a public salary it is living in our community who has threatened to kill governor walker his name as i say nncholas hagar he went on the facebook page of democratic candidate for governor dana walks and wrote the following quote i suggest we take all our firearms to the governor's mansion and execute the parasite that's about as direct as it gets according to the story on gs online quoting the criminal complaint when police interviewed hagar he said he uses colorful language he says he wasn't actually in favor of killing walker well of course that's what he's going to tell the cops and maybe he actually would not have killed walker but he posted it on facebook we have so much incendiary stuff out there and social media and some of the things that in the past where beyond the pale are no longer beyond the pale like threatening to kill republicans i'll remind you that last year a gunman went to washington dc and tried to kill a bunch of house republicans at a softball practice and actually wounded one of them seriously criminal charges are misdemeanors they do carry punishment and i would certainly hope in the waukesha county court system where we have a case of judicial relaxed going on we're half the judges are soft and the other half are not that hager be punished to the maximum degree possible and at least his neighbors now no.

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A "game of wits"? Austin serial bomber may be seeking to "outsmart" police

Jeff Wagner

01:02 min | 3 years ago

A "game of wits"? Austin serial bomber may be seeking to "outsmart" police

"On thursday adapting bills that we are in the process right now negotiating with the senate to be able to get a package that will pass both chambers gets the governor walker and become law spoke with wtmj steve's kapiti earlier today the opioid crisis will be front and center tomorrow in waukesha county health and human services deputy secretary eric harkin will be in town he's going to hold it roundtable with county leaders including lieutenant governor rebecca klay fish a serial bomber in austin texas is changing tactics apparently from handling explosive devices to using a delivery service parcel that blew up inside a fedex sorting center in the senate tonio suburb of shirts last night caused only one minor injury but finding out where it originated could be a big break in finding the austin bomber at a fedex drop off site in suburban austin police lieutenant rich andrea says they believe the package that they didn't shirts came from here so there's going to be hopefully video hopefully somebody saw and that fedex office is only a few blocks from the spot where two men were hurt in a trip wire bombing.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A high fifty and on monday sunny and chilly again a high of thirty nine degrees in waukesha forty two in milwaukee it's thirty three degrees in waukesha county a unique collaborations taking place to try to figure out how to make our schools safer we discussed it with waukesha county executive paul faira pay a very pertinent subject that has been forever really but this week once again and the focus safety of our schools and in waukesha county you guys are really going through the steps to try to ensure that our schools are as safe as possible what are some of the things at the government level that you're discussing or working on it is john you know we've heard a lot of conversations going around keeping our school safe and we had a group of individuals get together from law enforcement sheriff's department local law enforcement or school districts and mental health officials had a meeting a couple of days ago to say what do we really need to do in order to keep the school safe and it comes down to to kind of aspects one is how do we keep the buildings themselves safe and what can we work with law enforcement to make them safe but the other key components in is how do we develop a threat assessment how do we develop a tool that can help us really understand individuals that are having issues a lot of them are mental issues that directs them down a path where they want to do harm in how can we interrupt that pass to make that was part of the conversations we've had been very successful in really is gonna take an opportunity to look at how we deal with mental health in the schools from the county level from the state level in bringing new process to to front to help us combat this so when you talk about mental health and that important part of this equation are we talking about some sort of threat assessment tool or some systems in place or what are some of the things we should be discussing there are some school districts that are out throughout the country we're looking at best practices right now but there are assessments that are out there right now there's one.

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3 arrested for prostitution in Waukesha County after man calls police to report theft of money, cell phone

Jeff Wagner

02:35 min | 3 years ago

3 arrested for prostitution in Waukesha County after man calls police to report theft of money, cell phone

"So here this is this is one of the classic examples of how how a plan pin fall apart hogan all right here's the story channel twelve heavy store maybe other people do to us on child's well a waukesha me called police to tell them the two women he hired for sex had stolen his phone and cash so here here's your here is the deal the guy's name is scott peshmerga all right now apparently scott pitchman decides that he wants to hire not one but two women to come over for sex he's an adventurous guide accord okay you give him credit already instead of okay according to a criminal complaint pitchman met victoria panya on the website backpage whatever that might be looking for an intimate evening the complaint says that she this would be this woman where he opinion and a woman named maria l abroad and a third woman uh win two passions merton home for sex on sunday night so it's three people i gotta levette aright once they got there they agreed on a four hundred dollar price k four hundred bucks the complaint says when the women left they took the four hundred bucks they also took the guy's work phone with them so they robbed him so now here you're getting there you you've arranged for this intimate evening you've agreed on on the price and the people that you've had this intimate evening with have now rob jewell so what do you do the guy calls the alligator's credit he calls the cops and says hey these workers have just robbed me and he now finds himself again charged in connection with the overall thank you might be better off just saying you lost your phone exactly isn't that what you have insurance for you know if this brought to mind i um what we're we're we're going with us no no no this this i am in las vegas our this i am in las vegas wingers ago and this per this guy of with has friends who are on the las vegas vice squad see this is a cautionary tale is an education it is an educational moment here on the guy who works by can you imagine be a cop who works the vice squad in las vegas he was saying that about a third of their calls are these things that they.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Up the get to the repair shop she's third stake in his stuff out of his car gun is one of the things it's in the car puts the god in what she thinks is the guys backpack turns out of the gun was put into the backpack of the child well i always put myself of the other guy shoes if you're transfer a gun from one place to another don't you think you should tell the person what you did with the gun was there an oral statement on the part of her that i put the gun into the backpack and he just assume that she met his backpack don't know did he ever responsibility given the fact that he had a gun to the car to know what happened to the god my guess is they both kind of thought that she put the gun into his backpack and not the backpack of the child should there be a criminal charge year we'll it doesn't surprise me that the waukesha county district attorney doesn't bring a criminal charge because the waukesha county district attorney's office under the current district attorney is not particularly an aggressive office i think we're i in charge here i would have brought a charge of something probably not all that serious but something i don't know that it would rise the level of child lacked but i think being careless with regard to what you're doing with a gun involving a child it's possible 2017 that that might come into and play in 2018 were reintroducing what we'd.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"News talk 1130 wins than mark billing late afternoon show of it's not still fifty one is that he knows all wouldbe goal you're not even in there getting it updated weather i've got thirty six had beg bed were not that far from big beds can still be 51 well that night they think you're thurbers go stand outside and put your hand or excite you we have it slow to react thurbers that it it may be it just hasn't hit to our building yet but we have this big cold wave moving into the area and sub southwestern waukesha county for example the temperatures have already dropped significantly other a snow right now falling through madison in the area south of madison all of this is moving in from the cells westward the northeast and you're gonna see about a forty degree drop in temperature over about an eight hour period and much of it happening for those of you south and west of milwaukee already orwell west of milwaukee and the uri is right along the lakeshore north your guy get at last just as this thing is moving through but it's moving zone very very intense and bring fairmont up precipitation with it fortunately most of the precipitation looks like for the milwaukee uri it's going to be raid as we move through this anyway four tonight mostly cloudy with a chance for snow showers lingering this is all going to bottom out at a low of what seventeen so it's going to take a few hours to get all the way down there with a big part of the drop the first thirty degrees or so is going to happen should happen over the next two to three hours if you have it already experienced that cold weather for the next week or so to not a tomorrow mix of sun and clouds high twenty three also a mix of sun and clouds on saturday cold high sixty and partly sunny on sunday nineteen there is a chance for snow on monday in fact they're saying monday likely likely slow on monday with a high of twenty two uh next week tuesday mostly cloudy high nineteen wednesday mostly cloudy tie twenty so we got a little mild weather for a few days in back to january is there anybody who's ever says january's a favorite bonds if you ask anybody of the twelve months of the year what's your leastfavourite wouldn't january woodward would it it you know it's after.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of i forty one in waukesha county a multi vehicle crash has all three lanes of i forty one northbound blocked at one hundred in 24th street travel time starting to see some delays five northbound from the zoo to good hope rode right now is at fifteen minutes an extra 5 that continues to climb as traffic slowly moving along in the northbound lanes again be aware full closure i forty one northbound at 100 in 24th street in waukesha county will have more details as soon as they are provided southeast wisconsin may be coming out of a wind chill advisory here at noon but storm team 4 meteorologist josh worse there says the afternoon won't bring much more relief so we've been falling basically ever since that snore arrived yesterday evening with a little clipper system sliding through swede been falling ever since our high temperature went down at midnight i think this afternoon will top out about three or four degrees through the afternoon hours for the air temperatures wind chills will be double digits below zero and for our inland areas as you go well away from the lake we made and struggled hit 0 for this afternoon for a high temperature if you will that cold weather not expected to keep crowds away from time glaring new year new york new year's eve another blast of cold air moving to the northeast part of the country is expected to arrive just in time for new year's here's abc's rob marciano at war kohl coming in and we got windchill warnings that it covers several states and it's there that means this dangerously colder air coming in as we go through the next twenty four to 48 hours in a lot of folks are going to be partying outside of getting worked with where they need to be for new year's eve celebrations and teens and lower 20s belowzero will be the call coldest air naturally here in the big apple since 1962 bars and restaurants getting ready for a busy new year's eve celebration as well as helping people get home safely no sleep a lot.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of events green bay milwaukee and manasan governor wocka to visit juvenile prisons which are undergoing federal criminal investigations and are the target of multiple lawsuits could come up in his bid at four another term emma credit challengers say the decision epitomises walked out of leadership the governor says he doesn't need to visit the facilities because he has faith in prison leadership type of the tmj drake associates market update at the opening bell nato is four at twenty three thousand three sixty seven the nasdaq down twenty at gene gene the s p up just a fraction at 25 75 egged roadways it has been a challenging morning data's son not getting much better at least not in now waukesha county 94 westbound you're delfi while late when bob and bridges just east of the gotta acts took it was on fire the only have the left lane open you cannot get by in the right lane so it is going to be a tight ride heading through that area all lanes on the east on side are open passed the scene it's just probably gonna find a little bit of slowing nagged of folks are slowly down take a look at this thing highway 16 th the eleven minutes and then from the zoo to downtown fifty minutes an extra 8 on west uh that'll be an eightminute ride from the zoo no cadalora 41 southbound highway q to the zoo 15 minutes we've got 94 southbound heavy eight minutes now late town southbound 43 brown deer road to the marquette will be fourteen that's just an extra two and then on the bypass between the hale ambasaador seven minute ride there it's an extra two i'm debbie lazaga.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Unfortunately the bills seems to be going nowhere in the wisconsin legislature and one of the reasons it's going nowhere is because of the opposition of waukesha county sheriff eric see persson i think a light needs to be shine died this you have sheriffs and cevers cities one of many but he's been the point man on it he's on the national board of whatever the national association of sheriff's is the sheriff's in wisconsin are opposed the legislation that will require them to cooperate with ice if ice asked for immigration hold the bill says if ice in isis immigration and customs and forcement that if ice ports at the taylor on an individual but local county sheriff our local police agency must comply and must hold the person till ice gets them very very simple leg rich in other words that suppose i'll use waukesha kadi let's suppose there somebody of the waukesha county jail he cereal legally they busted in for something or another iced puts in immigration hold on him the bill would require the sheriff in that county to actually hold the person for 48 hours it's not a resented unsafe get a hold of for nine months 48 hours that if ice says hey you have soandso over here hold for 48 hours we have a federal order to hold him that you have to comply all across wisconsin sheriff's right now are not complying the just ignoring it the saying screw ice a week here let the illegal back at the street doesn't matter how many crimes he's got to commit the bill would require them to hold them for 48 hours sheriff's iverson is opposing the bill nye talked with him this this afternoon before the show he says he's not supposed opposing the bill he's trying to slow it down to get it right well i think that said of the way of say you oppose the bill if you don't take the bill is right that means you oppose it he said he wants to make the bill better the bill is perfect i don't want it water dowd it is not unreasonable to ask a sheriff two in their jail hold someone for 48 hours after the federal government asks them to 48 hours is reasonable period eight of taibe isis and have offices in every county in the.

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"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"waukesha county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From the wtmj newsroom i'm ashley beata going to be a wet one overnight storm team 4 meteorologist brian godhre storms will fire up and they will be very slow moving and there's a lot of moisture in the air as so that will storms located squeezed that out and you'll get maybe a quick inch or even more than that out overnight tonight in some spots that will not be widespread a flash flood watch remains in effect for all of southeast from his continental cunningham this morning an investigation is underway after a police involves shooting at the counting creek outlive mall that leeson suspect dad the whole situation began with an armed carjacking waukesha county tuesday afternoon at the man led police on a taste ninety four westbound and stop in front of the rpr's at the mall waukesha county sheriff eric severson the suspect stopped the vehicle in the middle parking lot exited the vehicle with a handgun and started running towards the rvs restaurant the suspect was ordered to stop you fail to do so on multiple attempts in which time he was shot by a deputy from a washer county sheriff's office and a police officer in the city of gulf you'll police department the man died at the scene of both carjacking and the shooting are under investigation belinda babinec wtmj news assess actress i spotted at the metal brooke park ride not in plucky witnesses say the man was sitting in his vehicle playing loud music he later took off his clumsy just a handgun to carjacking other vehicle matthew vault tells wisconsin's afternoon news he called 911 two report the carjacking went down to where the guy were originally part of the vehicle hitting there still running hard are open your crying and on our clothes were in them and it looks chirac volatile dispatchers which direction the suspect was henin in the pursuit began a short time later colleen bowland wtmj news a detective is helping a woman's story on facebook will make more people aware of human sex trafficking and kenosha ilyaas care was confronted by stranger wide beach in.

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