Milwaukee protests against police brutality: Live updates from marches


Protest organizers Frank Nitty and Khalil Coleman focus on how lengthy the protests will go on and the way they’ve reached all races and ages.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Throughout America, protesters are demonstrating in opposition to the loss of life of George Floyd, a black man who died together with his neck pinned underneath the knee of since-fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Floyd known as out for his mom. He gasped the phrases: “I am unable to breathe.” He was accused of attempting to purchase a pack of cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 invoice.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is overlaying native demonstrations and fallout and can replace this story all through the day.

5:45 p.m.: ‘I want justice at present’: Protesters march to Mayfair Mall, show exterior Cheesecake Manufacturing facility

Protesters traveled to the Mayfair Mall, the place Alvin Cole’s sister Taleavia approached patrons seated open air at a Cheesecake Manufacturing facility, in accordance with Milwaukee protest organizer Frank Nitty’s livestream of the occasion.

Cole, who was 17, was fatally shot within the Cheesecake Manufacturing facility car parking zone by Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah in February. Mensah was positioned on administrative go away and is underneath investigation by the Milwaukee County District Legal professional’s workplace.

“They consuming on the Cheesecake Manufacturing facility the place my little brother was killed,” Cole stated, as protesters gathered across the restaurant’s outside patio. “Y’all consuming on the Cheesecake Manufacturing facility the place they’ll’t present us with no cameras. Y’all consuming on the Cheesecake Manufacturing facility that may’t even launch a press release in regards to the loss of life of my brother. Y’all consuming right here, you cheerful? I’m sorry to make you cry, however I’m unhappy myself.”

Cole implored the purchasers to go away, and a few did as demonstrators clapped.

The mom of Antonio Gonzales, who was fatally shot by Mensah and one other officer in 2015, spoke after Cole.

“I want justice at present,” she stated on the livestream. “Not after virtually 5 years, I want it at present.”

— Talia Soglin

3:25 p.m.: Tosa protesters submit grievance in opposition to officer who fatally shot teenager

A gaggle of greater than 50 gathered on the Wauwatosa Police Division to submit a grievance in opposition to the officer who fatally shot a Milwaukee teenager in early February exterior Mayfair mall.

The Milwaukee County District Legal professional’s Workplace is investigating the capturing loss of life of 17-year-old Alvin Cole on Feb. 2.

Kimberley Motley, legal professional for the Cole household, filed an open information request on the Wauwatosa Police Division on Thursday.

A gaggle entered the police station with Motley and chanted “Say his identify, Alvin Cole” within the foyer. A person additionally held a banner that stated “Justice for Alvin.”

Protests in search of justice for Cole have taken place over the previous few weeks following the loss of life of George Floyd in Minneapolis by the hands of a police officer.

Police say Cole was armed with a stolen gun and fired first as he fled from officers after a disturbance on the mall.

The household disputes that Cole fired a gun.

Joseph Mensah shot Cole 5 occasions, in accordance with police.

Cole’s household met Milwaukee County District Legal professional John Chisolm final week whereas a small rally was held exterior the Milwaukee County Security Constructing. The rally was additionally to indicate assist for the 2 different households whose sons died after Mensah shot them. Motley additionally represents the household for Jay Anderson Jr., who was shot and killed by Mensah in a Wauwatosa park in 2016.

In each of these instances, the shootings had been deemed justified self-defense.

A police captain instructed Motley that Tosa Police Chief Barry Weber was not obtainable to fulfill with the protesters or with Cole’s household. 

“Weber bought to come back out,” stated Cole’s sister, Taleavia Cole.

— Evan Casey and Talia Soglin 

2:51 p.m.: Protesters grieve, show at dwelling of Robin Vos, angered by his ‘tradition’ remark

Christine Nuemann-Ortiz, govt director of Voces de La Frontera, stood exterior the house of Meeting Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, on Thursday holding a wreath of flowers one may see at a funeral. 

“We’re right here to ship a message to Robin Vos who hasn’t needed to threat his life or the lifetime of a beloved one to work to assist them,” Neumann-Ortiz stated. 

Earlier than arriving at Vos’ home, protesters met at Echo Veterans Memorial Park to pay tribute to those that have died from the coronavirus after contracting it at work.  

The flowers had been for Juan Manuel Reyes Valdez who died after contracting the coronavirus, allegedly at his job with Echo Lake Meals in Burlington, and Michael Jackson who labored at Briggs and Stratton, and died after contracting the coronavirus at work.  

Dozens of protesters drove from the park to Echo Lake Meals and dropped off a wreath after which drove to Vos’ home with a wreath. 

“Juan Manuel didn’t have the flexibility to fulfill his grandchild, Mike Jackson didn’t have an opportunity to get married to his long run fiancée and lift his youngsters,” Neumann-Ortiz stated. “(Vos) ought to resign. He ought to apologize and he ought to assist actual change.”  

In a secretly recorded assembly with Gov. Tony Evers, Vos is heard citing immigrant “tradition” as a part of the explanation why Racine County noticed a rise in coronavirus instances.  

The feedback drew the ire from immigrants and non-immigrants.  

Racine County Supervisor Fabi Maldonado, who was born within the United States however whose dad and mom are from Mexico, stated Vos was utilizing immigrants as a “scapegoat” and his feedback had been “basic instance of nativism.” 

“You’re saying it’s immigrants, you’re speaking to me, you’re speaking to my mother, you’re speaking to my neighborhood, you’re speaking to my colleagues,” Maldonado stated. “His lack of management is what must be known as out… as an alternative of bringing us collectively, he’s separating us.”  

Racine County Sheriff deputies had been at Vos’ home and politely knowledgeable the protesters that they could not go away the wreath and pictures on the mailbox. They supplied to take the wreath and pictures to retailer them at their sub-patrol station and so they could possibly be picked up later. Maldonado agreed to choose up the wreath and pictures afterward. 

In a response to the protest, Vos issued a press release saying the federal Households First Coronavirus Response Act required household and medical go away in addition to paid sick go away associated to COVID-19.

“In the present day was not about employee advantages; it was about politics, which is unlucky,” Vos stated. “At a time when everyone seems to be in search of solutions, we needs to be discovering methods to work collectively.”

Read the full story.

— Ricardo Torres

1:35 p.m.: Shorewood girl who accosted two folks desires to fulfill with victims, apologize

The 64-year-old Shorewood girl seen on video spitting on a Black teenager at a protest and shoving a 21-year-old man exterior her dwelling desires to fulfill with the 2 victims to apologize, in accordance with her legal professional.

Stephanie Rapkin has been charged with disorderly conduct, together with a hate crime enhancer that raises the utmost penalty to a 12 months in jail and a $10,000 high quality after prosecutors say she spat on Eric Patrick Lucas III, a 17-year-old Black pupil at Shorewood Excessive Faculty. 

In her preliminary court docket look on Thursday, Rapkin’s legal professional, Jason Luczak, stated he intends to file a movement to dismiss the hate crime enhancer, which requires prosecutors to show she was racially motivated in the spitting incident.

Rapkin, who practices as an property planning and probate legal professional in Mequon, has additionally been charged with battery to a regulation enforcement officer after prosecutors say she kneed Shorewood police officer Ali Govani within the groin when he tried to arrest her for shoving 21-year-old Joe Friedman on the sidewalk in entrance of her home on June 7.

Battery to a law-enforcement officer carries a most penalty of three years in jail, plus three years of prolonged supervision. Lucas’ legal professional, Matthew Pinix, and Friedman’s legal professional, Michael Maistelman, stated they might discuss with their shoppers to see if a gathering with Rapkin pursuits them.

Read the full story.

— Jeff Rumage

11:31 a.m.: Menomonee Falls Speedway underneath fireplace after locking doorways to protesters

A Menomonee Falls Speedway is underneath fireplace after it locked its doorways to protesters Tuesday night time, prompting these concerned to say it was racially motivated.

Based on witness stories, 5 Black protesters weren’t allowed to enter the gasoline station, however one white protester was allowed in to make use of the lavatory. 

Dashod Crutchfield, who’s Black, instructed the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday about 11 protesters at Eight p.m. strayed from the group of roughly 100 protesters.

Crutchfield of Milwaukee stated the group wished to use the loos, purchase meals and drinks and get ice on the Speedway, N87 W17245 Fundamental St.

Clayton Jones, a white protester from Menomonee Falls, stated he tried to get in after the protesters had been denied, however an worker instructed him it was the company determination to shut at 8:30 p.m.

Folks had been nonetheless inside and it was nicely earlier than the 11 p.m. posted closing time, he stated.

Marna Berlekamp, communications specialist for Speedway’s Marathon Petroleum Company, stated in an electronic mail to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel the corporate was ordered to lock the gasoline station’s doorways, although it is unclear who issued this order. 

“What occurred at that gasoline station was racist, plain and easy,” state Rep. Jonathan Brostoff, D-Milwaukee, who’s white and attended the protest, stated in a press release. “I’m calling on the folks of Menomonee Falls to acknowledge the racism of their neighborhood and work as exhausting as potential to make their metropolis welcoming to everybody.”

Read the full story.

— Cathy Kozlowicz 

8:58 a.m.: Packers amongst organizations closing for Juneteenth

The Inexperienced Bay Packers will shut their operations on Friday in commentary of Juneteenth, which marks the top of slavery in america.

Will probably be an annual observance, the Packers stated.

“The Packers will probably be observing Juneteenth and taking the chance to replicate on our personal roles and alternatives to additional our consciousness of racial injustices and inequities and what we are able to do to have an effect on constructive change in our communities,” Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy stated in a launch.

At present, solely the Packers Professional Store is open to the general public. It reopened on Monday after having been closed since mid-March in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Packers places of work reopened in a restricted manner on the finish of Could. 

Read the full story.

This is a listing of other organizations closed for Juneteenth.

— Richard Ryman


1:36 p.m.: Menomonee Falls residents calling for Trustee’s resignation after Fb posts

Menomonee Falls residents are calling on Village Trustee Steve Taggart to resign within the aftermath of controversial social-media feedback he made previous to a current racial justice rally.

If he does not resign, there’s a push to get Taggart recalled.

“We’re trying into it and hope to see what sort of assist we are able to get,” stated Menomonee Falls resident Clayton Jones, one of many leaders in a possible recall effort.

These efforts stem from Taggart calling the Faculty District of Menomonee Falls “radical communists” on the Menomonee Falls Republicans Fb web page for his or her perceived position in a rally June 6 that began at Menomonee Falls North Center Faculty.

In a second put up that very same week — on a Menomonee Falls neighborhood Fb web page — Taggert stated the gunshots a Fb person heard was the police division training for the Black Lives Matter rally the following day.

Stephanie Kosmeder, who ran unsuccessfully for a village trustee seat this spring, in contrast the backlash in opposition to Taggart to a lynching, which prompted its personal criticism.

Taggart and Kosmeder apologized for his or her feedback, however for a lot of the apologies weren’t sufficient.

About 75 to 100 protesters marched exterior their houses Tuesday night time.

There have been no arrests and no reported incidents, Menomonee Falls Police Division Lt. Gene Neyhart stated.

“The aim of going to each locations was to indicate them … that racism is just not welcome in our neighborhoods,” Jones stated.

Read more.

— Cathy Kozlowicz

12:54 p.m.: DOJ rolls out on-line technique of reporting civil rights violations

The U.S. Division of Justice has rolled out a new, on-line option to report suspected civil rights violations.

“The Civil Rights Reporting Portal will make it simpler for the general public to attach with us, which in flip makes us more practical at upholding these vital rights,” stated Assistant Legal professional Basic Eric Dreiband of the Civil Rights Division.

“I encourage the general public to make use of this portal to report civil rights violations” in housing, employment, schooling, voting and different contexts.

The brand new web site,, consolidates greater than 30 different methods to report issues about civil rights.

“The portal will dramatically ease the burden on victims of civil rights violations to determine the correct reporting channel,” reads a information launch from Milwaukee U.S. Legal professional Matthew Krueger. 

However for issues about police brutality, human trafficking or every other potential prison violations of civil rights, the DOJ suggests folks nonetheless contact their local FBI office

— Bruce Vielmetti

11:58 a.m.: Juneteenth flag to fly over capitol

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers introduced Wednesday that the Juneteenth flag will probably be raised over the Wisconsin State Capitol for the primary time in state historical past starting at dawn Friday.  

The flag commemorating the top of slavery in america will fly over the Capitol’s East Wing, changing for a day the rainbow Pleasure Flag recognizing lesbian, homosexual, bisexual and transgender delight. 

Evers in a press release famous Wisconsin has “among the most disparate outcomes” for Black folks and stated you will need to acknowledge the state’s historical past and transfer ahead towards “a extra racially equitable and simply society.”

Juneteenth, also referred to as Emancipation Day, is well known June 19. Folks in Madison and Milwaukee are organizing numerous occasions to acknowledge the day.

Read the full story.

— Lawrence Andrea

7:10 a.m.: Pabst Theater venues to advertise racial-justice organizations

The Pabst Theater Group’s 4 venues stay closed, however Wednesday they introduced they are going to be utilizing their platform to “assist amplify the voices of organizations and companies that combat in opposition to racial injustice and enhance the lives of these in Milwaukee’s African American neighborhood.”

For one week every month, the Pabst will promote a enterprise or group to their electronic mail subscribers and on their social media platforms via their new MilwALLkee initiative. The venue group has over 300,000 electronic mail subscribers and greater than 174,000 followers of their Fb, Twitter and Instagram accounts. 

“As essentially the most segregated metropolis in America, Milwaukee has crucial work to do within the motion in opposition to its lengthy historical past of systemic racism,” stated Gary Witt, CEO of the Pabst Theater Group, in a press release. “The Pabst Theater Group has at all times been an organization devoted to creating neighborhood. … We’re happy that we are able to now lend our platform to permit these teams’ attain to exceed their grasp.”

Youth mentorship program Operating Rebels Group Group would be the first to be featured, starting on Juneteenth, this Friday. The Milwaukee City League will probably be spotlighted in July. 

“As we have a good time 40 years of service to Milwaukee’s neighborhood, we’re excited to associate with the Pabst Theater Group to unfold consciousness in regards to the significance of mentoring and dealing collectively as a neighborhood to assist Milwaukee youth obtain their targets,” stated Victor Barnett, founder and govt director of Operating Rebels, in a press release.

Black-owned companies and organizations may be nominated for the MilwALLkee program at

— Piet Levy


9:45 p.m.: Speedway in Menomonee Falls closes after protesters try to make use of lavatory

The every day protest marches led by Milwaukee’s Frank Nitty wound up in Menomonee Falls on Tuesday night time.

And protesters wound up locked out of a Speedway gasoline station, positioned at Shady Lane and Fundamental Road, with a state lawmaker labeling what occurred “a racist act.”

Throughout Nitty’s livestream of the march, he filmed a Speedway gasoline station worker locking the doorways as protesters approached the enterprise saying they wished to buy and use the restrooms. Men and women could possibly be seen standing exterior the enterprise asking why the doorways had been locked.

At round 8:30 p.m., the station shut down for the night time. Its posted closing time is 11 p.m.

State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff, D-Milwaukee, additionally took to Fb Stay, together with his stream showing the employee and several customers inside with the door locked

“Apparently Speedway doesn’t need black folks coming into their Menomonee Falls district,” stated Brostoff, who later known as it “a racist act.”

State Rep. David Bowen, D-Milwaukee, was additionally on the scene. He later tweeted: “Day 19: @Speedway within the Menomonee Falls suburb closed so #BlackLivesMatter protestors cannot use the lavatory or get gasoline ‘on a company determination’. Appears fairly racist to shut when the black ppl present up. They need to make clear.”

Like Brostoff, Bowen has typically joined the marchers. A video tweeted by a WISN-TV reporter confirmed  the 2 exterior the station. It was unclear from the video if that they had requested to go inside.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporters reached out to the Speedway, however the phone line was constantly busy. Reporters additionally reached out to Speedway Company workplace  and the Menomonee Falls Police Division. Neither instantly responded to calls.

Bowen inspired his Fb Stay viewers to succeed in out to Speedway company and tweet in regards to the incident.

“We’re residing in an period the place it must be accountability,” stated Brostoff.

— Patricia McKnight

5:49 p.m.: Girl who spat on teen protester checks adverse for COVID-19

Stephanie Rapkin, the Shorewood girl charged with spitting in a teenager’s face during a George Floyd protest last week, has examined adverse for the coronavirus.

A lawyer who represents one other particular person whom Rapkin pushed in one other confrontation had demanded that Rapkin be examined.

On Tuesday, the District Legal professional’s Workplace notified legal professional Mike Maistelman of the outcomes.

“We’re relieved that Legal professional Rapkin examined adverse for Covid-19” Maistelman stated. “Now we await how the prison case performs out.”

Rapkin, 64, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct, with a hate crime enhancer, for spitting at 17-year-old Eric Lucas exterior the Metro Market on Oakland Avenue on June 6, and with battery to a regulation enforcement officer on June 7, throughout her arrest for a second confrontation with a protester, school pupil Joe Friedman, exterior her dwelling.

Maistelman represents Friedman.

She has been free on greater than $10,000 bail since her arrest. The hate crime is a misdemeanor, the battery a felony.  She is scheduled to make her preliminary court docket look Thursday, through teleconference.

Rapkin practices property and probate regulation in Mequon.

Her legal professional, Jason Luczak, couldn’t be reached early Tuesday night.

— Bruce Vielmetti

1:37 p.m.: Peaceable curfew violations will not be prosecuted, however 40 folks charged with crimes

Milwaukee District Legal professional John Chisholm introduced Tuesday his workplace won’t prosecute peaceable protesters, however has charged about 40 folks for crimes that spun out of the early days of the persevering with marches over the loss of life of George Floyd.

The announcement appeared to deal with greater than 160 tickets issued to individuals who had been out previous the 9 p.m. curfew that was in place from Could 31 to June 1. Metropolis Legal professional Tearman Spencer stated Friday his workplace could be reviewing all of them and dismissing some, in need of a normal amnesty demanded by the ACLU Wisconsin and a number of other protection attorneys.

A lot of the $691 citations had been issued by the Milwaukee Police Division and could be dealt with in Municipal Court docket. Chisholm stated his workplace would “intently scrutinize” any curfew citations written by Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Workplace, however as of Tuesday, it had not been requested by the sheriff’s workplace to evaluate any curfew tickets.

Prosecutors have charged folks with numerous crimes for actions that spun out of protests, together with housebreaking, property injury and reckless endangerment. Federal prosecutors have charged one man with tried arson and possession of an explosive gadget, and one with aiming a laser pointer at an FBI airplane and a Nationwide Guard helicopter whereas they flew surveillance above protests.

— Bruce Vielmetti

1:32 p.m.: Widespread Council strikes ahead on motion to scale back police funds

Following a prolonged dialogue over the position of police locally and the town’s fiscal challenges, Milwaukee Widespread Council members on Tuesday authorized a measure directing the town funds workplace to discover the implications of a 10% minimize to the Police Division funds.

Members stated they felt an urgency on this second when protests over police brutality and racial disparities have unfold throughout the nation. And so they highlighted the significance of planning nicely prematurely of the town’s fall funds season. 

RELATED: Wisconsin police departments have more than $45 million in surplus military equipment, including armored vehicles

Read the full story.

— Alison Dirr and Asha Prihar

8:29 a.m.: Colectivo raises $43Okay for NAACP from ‘Unity’ espresso gross sales

Colectivo Espresso, the Milwaukee-based roaster and cafe, is giving $43,000 to the NAACP from gross sales of its “Unity” espresso. 

Colectivo began promoting the Ethiopian espresso mix final week, vowing to donate 100% of all gross sales to NAACP chapters. The corporate stated Monday it had already raised $43,000 via the gross sales that will go to NAACP chapters in Milwaukee, Madison and Chicago. 

The espresso mix Unity is on the market on the Colectivo web site and in its cafes for $15.95 a pound. 

“This isn’t the top,” Colectivo wrote in a message to prospects in regards to the preliminary donation. “We sit up for persevering with our partnership with the NAACP.” 

— Sarah Hauer


12:58 p.m.: Widespread Council exploring 10% minimize in police funds

Eleven members of the Milwaukee Widespread Council are directing the town’s funds director to create a mannequin 2021 funds wherein the Milwaukee Police Division would lose 10% of the funding it was budgeted this 12 months. 

“Our residents have been marching within the streets for the previous a number of weeks demanding change,” Ald. José Pérez, the measure’s lead sponsor, stated in a press release Monday. “They need to be heard. If adopted, this proposal will start a neighborhood dialogue of how we might make that change.”

The Police Division funds, at $297.four million this 12 months, is sort of half of metropolis departmental funds from the general-purpose funds.  

Town will undertake the 2021 funds later this 12 months, so this proposal won’t decide what the police funds will probably be subsequent 12 months.  

Read the full story.

— Alison Dirr

10:50 a.m.: Coach whose ‘I am unable to breathe’ exercise went viral has been fired

A coach at Anytime Health in Wauwatosa has been fired after they drew and posted an “I can’t breathe” workout that garnered national backlash

The exercise, which was posted on a dry-erase board on the health club, says “I am unable to breathe,” after which “… do not you dare lay down.” 

The exercise additionally included a drawing of an individual, drawn with black marker, in a kneeling place. “I am unable to breathe” had been among the many ultimate phrases of George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for Eight minutes, 46 seconds. Floyd’s loss of life has prompted nationwide protests to name for racial justice and an finish to police brutality. The proprietor and employees of the health club have all volunteered for anti-racism coaching the corporate is now offering, in accordance with a press release.

Read the full story.

— Evan Casey

7:30 a.m.: These two males have been on the forefront of Milwaukee protests

Frank Sensabaugh (also referred to as Frank Nitty), 39, has turn into one of many extra distinctive faces — and voices — of the motion in Milwaukee. His lengthy dreadlocks are exhausting to overlook, alongside together with his outsized baseball cap worn simply so to the aspect. His Fb Stay posts, direct from the protest entrance traces, draw hundreds of viewers.

However simply out of digicam view is Khalil Coleman, 33, the important thing organizer of the most important native every day demonstrations that erupted after the loss of life of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Coleman directs medics, safety and site visitors management and makes certain a sure order holds.

“For the 10 hours that we’re on the market day by day, folks really feel a way of freedom,” Coleman stated. “They really feel a way of togetherness, a way of affection, one thing that they by no means felt earlier than.”

Since Could 29, they’ve been on the middle of protests within the Milwaukee space. Their marches are designed to instill ardour and vitality, and join with many who’ve misplaced endurance with ready for change to come back via measured means.

Read full story.

— Invoice Glauber


5:15 p.m.: 80 folks protest racism in Waukesha march

Within the metropolis of Waukesha, about 80 folks took to the streets to protest racism within the prison justice system following the loss of life of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.

“We noticed a extremely sturdy exhibiting in protests in Waukesha earlier than and I need to maintain that going,” stated Ben Sturdy, who organized the protests. 

He stated he plans to arrange a weekly Waukesha protest till extra adjustments are made within the prison justice system.

“I believe it’s actually vital for the folks over in Milwaukee that this occurs in Waukesha as a result of, should you maintain having protection of the Milwaukee protests folks in Waukesha are going to really feel disconnected from it as a result of it’s not out on their doorstep,” Sturdy stated. 

Protesters walked round Waukesha from the Metropolis Corridor to the Police Division. On the Police Division, protesters kneeled for 9 minutes to honor George Floyd. 

Then Sturdy requested law enforcement officials to march again to the Metropolis Corridor with them. 

“I ask you to march with us to indicate that you simply worth the members of your neighborhood greater than the system that suppresses them,” Sturdy stated. 

One officer, Lt. Chad Pergande, determined to stroll with them. 

Pergande refused an interview, however he did converse with protesters whereas marching. He instructed protesters that the Police Division tries to eradicate racism by hiring the suitable folks and supply bias coaching. Protesters challenged the officer to do extra to fight racism and keep away from utilizing pressure. 

As protesters walked, many vehicles honked in assist. Folks got here out of their houses to look at and a few cheered on the march. 

“It’s wonderful to see,” Damien Meredith stated as he watched protesters move his dwelling. “It reveals all people is taking discover that there’s a downside that should change.” 

Helen Boudry marched together with her dad on Sunday afternoon. 

“I believe it’s vital to indicate that this isn’t simply a problem in cities, it’s a problem in all of America,” Boudry stated. “Although we’re in a small city like Waukesha, the trigger can nonetheless unfold and our voice can nonetheless be heard.” 

Two people adopted the protesters, one holding an indication that stated, “Assist good cops.” The 2 folks refused to be named however stated they had been there not as a counter-protest however simply to remind folks about good cops.   

– Jordyn Noennig

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