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Police shooting spotlights police spending in Wisconsin

When the sun rose on Kenosha on Aug. 26, former Marine Tim Thompkins said his hometown felt like a battlefield. Smoke lingered in the air from buildings and cars set ablaze the night before. Empty tear gas canisters and pepper bullets littered the streets. Homes were boarded up, and businesses ravaged.

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10-3392 Jones v. Cross

Prisons Prison discipline Specific intent is not an element in a prison disciplinary proceeding. “Jones argues that his lack of access to the evidence prevented him from presenting what he calls his actual innocence defense. As noted above, according to ...

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