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Father Of Man Killed By Police Seeks New Law Requiring Independent Review Of Officer-Involved Fatalities

Back in 2004, Kenosha police killed Michael Bell, Jr. during a traffic stop. Michael Bell, Sr. is seeking a new state law following his son’s death. ...more

Family To File Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Local Authorities

An attorney who represents the family of an Alabama man says they want answers from authorities in the death of their loved one....more

Legislators Say Failure To Render Aid Law Was Created For Cases Like The Death Of Derek Williams

As reported yesterday on the Samster, Konkel & Safran, S.C. website, special prosecutor John Franke has reportedly decided not to charge three Milwaukee Police Department (“MPD”) officers involved in the death of Derek...more

Derek Williams Inquest Jury Begins Deliberations

The Inquest into the death of Derek Williams in Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) custody entered the jury deliberation phase on Wednesday, February 20, 2013. As previously reported on this website, the jury is considering...more

Earlier Assistance Could Have Saved The Life Of Derek Williams

The fifth day of the Inquest into the death of Derek Williams in Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) custody took place on Friday, February 15, 2013. As previously reported on this website, Mr. Williams died in the back seat of...more

Derek Williams Inquest Continues With Expert Testimony As To Cause And Manner Of Death

The second day of the Inquest into the death of Derek Williams in Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) custody took place on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 and featured testimony by experts who disagreed regarding the cause and...more

Inquest Into Death Of Derek Williams To Begin On February 11, 2013

Back in July 2011, Derek Williams died in Milwaukee Police Department (“MPD”) custody. An initial investigation determined that the MPD officers involved in the incident did nothing wrong. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel then...more

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