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when callers made anyhow. and the officers actually came back up to us and they said hand there's nothing to enforce he's not written the law please stop calling. and honestly i even forgot to. tell later when a 3rd officer showed up. and well we were tell when the call a day's fat it went to the beat cabs. and enough of the message on the cabs. truck. parked off the screen called the news just there something on the board already here all are. just sort of 46 nothing and his friends told him that it was clear over real park are that you could create a trouble with your unit is an officer of them when you told him to get up off the
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ground and the officer began to pet him down. i heard them cracks on the sounds of kind of fighting into the grown man like wrestling essentially the officer apparently backed up and threw his top tier individual twisted away from the officer pulling the toys out of his crib. the obvious or did they kind of lunge for the weapon once missed and then what happened on 3 swung as i was just hands didn't hit him i never saw any contact with. any kind went back to where they were so the officers back here their fight again 15 feet apart at this point and that's when the officer pulled out his gun and he did it on tree. and i knew it was not happen so i turned away. after i count. drawn for more shine
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it's. very very hard hard hard hard. hard hard. wired. not a 100. 1000000 or do you want to. ready ready write only when i was. gone to iraq. ringback every day day i didn't see the new subject the good that beat the officer with the wouldn't be taught striking him in the head the officer with you was the police detectives came to my house pub me a car end of the about all my son. you know in the course of my mobile
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in this car from like 30 to 45 minutes i was puzzled like what do they won't do 12 club what's the problem and i tell them the navy has is down this. trade you are saying they are trained as. a couple of temp agencies because of his illness he has in been able to keep. the doll so they were sitting next to me for this year now and i asked him well that's going on manus that well that was our vacation where they are all part. and our train was in a scuffle with a police officer in that tray is the same. i'm like tony where brother did well just not tell him this. and his words were. we thought you would have seen it on t.v.
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. good afternoon the deceit is a 31 year old male by the name of don tre hamilton now in the course of our investigation into his background we have learned that this is not his 1st experience with the walky police department as recently as last year moves on thursday afternoon chiefs lives 1st words were i don't want to demonize this man. but he was. homeless a robber and all these type of things that he was one other events he's been arrested for armed robbery and for disorderly conduct he was diagnosed with schizophrenia and until recently according to his grieving family they've been acting strangely and they stick to this mental health issue because many here mental health you think crazy so if they can put in people's mind said that this
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was a crazy person who attacked the officer then they feel that they have leverage within the community we have leave mentally ill people whose violence is a direct result of their untreated mental illness. they are on the streets of our cities because there is no place else for them to go and their families cannot. detect and then why did they take so long to tell us what happened. they said the name i did. this is there is a wallet. and this writer see. yes. they have closed is this case to with. the. crew. chief flynn
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said that we need to do a better job in tunis that is something that is very true. but the tray have the mental illness to not kill him that officer murdered my brother. because they didn't know one way or another if you had a mental illness until my mom was questioned in the car for 45 minutes. rear when i met her i believe damien was 2 years old. that. they may grow up to be the overseer of his brothers jr he always was them. before
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one or you know. trey was more quiet. he had to get to know them. and you didn't see any of us take this coming and i pray as he was brought up as. me with a different turn it is 6 for his decision on alcohol whether he's going charge offs or not and they are just been trying. to step in their way. so today they're not going to order me what i know. that they're not going to be released. i use them on the run around. it is hard to put into words the turmoil in the streets right now they are just having
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a tremendous time dealing with the fact that there hasn't been a resolution charging decision as we had believed that it was going to be the day for that. they're not going to make any mistake any time you're looking at the police use of force to use the results of the faith tells you that's a homicide investigation. you're determining whether they had a legitimate subjectively reasonable basis to use force under the circumstances. this particular case is complex because of the kurds in downtown milwaukee you know late afternoon work day and you literally have hundreds of witnesses and those have to be interviewed you have to look at the friends are gathered and. trained never show any. any kind of paranoid or frantic he was only and drab. in the home. and no one in my family
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no one gets family. when they even have a hot woman with schizophrenia and what do we call them. came with house and he with the way things are or he will say this like they do it. you don't leave. them. in the order. just. god gave me a child. that was uniquely may. and he's gone to rest now with the same god that created there.
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is that illness is nothing to be afraid of is not then to run from is nothing in. there any right is to die for. what politicians do. they put themselves on the line big get accepted or rejected.
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so when you want to be president and. want to. have to go right to be close with what will befall 3 of them or can't be good to. be interested always in the waters of our. best suit. when it comes down to it it is no actually that i think one can say oh well the russians are all bad the certainly is not the case that the west is all good there are absolutely things that the west needs to be doing and what i would like to see is much much less totally counterproductive rhetorical struggles we see against russia that it's you know it's it's become an easy way all getting so the audiences to approach you is to come up with cheap brush that helps move.
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says she stressed to. this or that the british present at the bill a bunch of. us to. stop the show so here she then the statistic is she's a cia bush quote oshawa. to which she never happened and i know what you mean and i must get your car moment in there for sure. want to talk to you so if you're my it's your bonus for trivia. it's a mistake so it's a quarter i'm still with them sort of spilled over for this interview but you both teach the to it's a student actually of course a personal curse to be broken for sure. to stop them spinning. expressed. a comic that we have selected is titled a collaborative response to crime and
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violence in the community and the others in the audience who are on the committee. she did. all. this and it limply the gondry hamilton case for the better part of 6 months was agreed by everyone including the family to have been a tragedy arising out of untreated mental illness in a public space the result of violence yet which is what this we're dealing with the upcoming reforms of the sadies of the mentally ill you're the guy you're. all for services have you any other big cities we've got a problem with untreated mentally ill people who have no options. it seems us gone . back on your meds and it was a mental health issue in april once ferguson broke suddenly as a racial issue. and this is to this shooting. my friends.
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we're hearing and hearing me many more and there were a lot of bald faced opportunists who latched on to this family and decided it wasn't a mental health story anymore it was a race story. to start a call is for justice started because we were here and around the only thing we need to reflect our history that has culminated in. this kind of i still just get new to all this process but i saw a lot of courage in any clue this may. i will say i'm a non-confrontational person but they're not saying serious. even though john is hurt. just want to play the move on with his life. and there are a lot of good you have forgotten troy what happened that day so i will. never be there
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. to know i asked everybody else. just. like almost. after man was not our son. bought for her. her. cut out of her. looking at life stuff was working protests causing some chaos on the scouts an avenue ours are not able to find these demonstrators they are upset over the shooting where they are one months ago the trade hamilton. like it is a board member. i'm.
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when i 1st heard initial reports on my were down trade i have a robbery on his record you know but i think they just had it tangled. i think i just turned 18. but had a baby. so me and then some older guy and some younger guy and i think we've got a couple lottery tickets on the watch for something like what is no more $50.00. but the next morning 2 detectives came to the house they basically handcuffed me right in the liver on. the island of doom in 18 months and to me the corrections to 16 years they say. some of those life lessons right there to be a better person. yes i make mistakes but i don't think anyone came home to the
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standard of what i was 17 years. or. so. i have the opportunity to speak and also his mother and his brother and one of the things that he made clear to me that they're interested in is restoring the dignity of their son their name their son's name and in particular several items one tree was not homeless 2nd he was not an armed robber. and so i want our community to know that he was neither homeless nor was he an armed robber. so my understanding there's a team. i'm foreign to time for he's. just
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15 and it was rough for you know single parent you know working every day good it was cool and it leads to some stuff that i did no one. ask to look at my days that still have my nights it is good 15 years right you know. brianna walked into the mental health his neck was broke his back was broken 3 places he laid in a diaper for 3 days begging for his life so. i'm still i still on the way. her son was shot 14 time on which i said you're you're not as much just it's somebody is worse than we make right but i'm glad to be a part of this because i want to see something happen. and then why are our want to know this caravello. think it is worth.
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i had a son his name was michael bell who was killed on november 9th 2004. he was coming home with a night out with friends designated driver he came intoxicated. michael so if you're too drunk to drive i'm going to drive michael was under the influence of alcohol but you can look on the dash cam video he's driving perfectly straight pull up in front of his house and just then a squad car pulls up behind him and my son got out of the car because he was at his own home but the officer pulled up said get back in the car get back in the car. cording to offer testimony and saw this other guy in the front seat and he grabbed michael and he took on the back of the car off camera. under getting down. the tase multiple times ran to the back of the house.
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michael was accused of ball rushing an officer here and this is actually a car that was here it was hasn't moved in in 10 years and sadly that's that's the area where michael michael died. you can see. michael was shot in the morning of november 9th 2004 on friday they really really it was justified before crime lab reports are complete before autopsy risk complete before witness statements are even taken they were they they held their own thing and i will adjust the 5. here's a picture of michael i'm a veteran and i always felt that i was really a brother with law enforcement. i was a captain this was my copilot navigator time for 23 years i go out and believe in a democratic principle just to come home and have a police officer killed my child and then think i'm going to get
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a fair and due process and the doors pretty much shut in my face. this data is there the news reports throughout the years we have to go to governor doyle at the time ready to go to the attorney general they don't even bother to give him a copy but this is the contract for a billboard that only the already ran and i had to resort to full page ads in newspapers and billboards to get her to justifiable but the city settled out of court with bell's family ready mychal bell's father his use of the settlement money to put up billboards around the state calling for a change in the way these investigations are handled backing a bill that would require officer involved deaths to be reviewed by an independent authority. to see what. what profession is fine and asking himself you cannot have colleagues and asking colleagues and think you're going to get an objective report you're not and there's no profession nurse who can
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do it so why would we expect that of law enforcement when the stakes are so high. the law had just passed and the john tray hamilton case happened a week later and i don't think that city was ready for the new laws require that it be an outside agency other than the marquis police department to investigate the evidence to interview witnesses collect the evidence that would then be provided to the district attorney's office what we found pretty early on in this case is what really was walking police department detectives the did the investigation. only investigations that get there fast freeze the scene identify witnesses and get a preliminary idea of what happened the same day downtown.
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we can just stand around for the what are some possible witnesses were all gone home. when d.c.i. got there it became their investigation. the outside investigation was done by d.c.i. . investigation who has a lot of different agents on him but the ones that investigated entrées case was ex milwaukee police officers special agent david cook bundy spent 25 years at n.p.t. and collecting a city pension a 5 $1000.00 a month special agent gilbert hernandez spent 35 years in. which here of course scruggs is were the only big city. there was the state is overwhelmingly a world and suburban white go walkies where the homicides occur i can't get a copper for daring to come here and know what to do about homicide just to gauge the challenge quite honestly is the what or how many levels of review you read for
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some folks that review doesn't result in a police officer under arrest it's not bully. i live with a mental health issue do i look like a criminal. i'm here because i want your support i want your help but i can't do that if i'm afraid. shack 14 times so we are home in good shape for all these all this officer which say they want you these good reasons is bad so i am saying they sided with a right wing christian for me is the half truth is not really interesting. every year i have. to. be having high. school this is a vicious in this kind of stuff. we
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have to look in more detail workers for man came from. worse to burn it worse he raised it did he have black friends did he have mexican friends. and when you look into his record more in-depth you know that he had a communication problem. yes 17 other occurrences where he either use excessive force or he used language or he had a sexual assault on his record when we say the klan was starting to get in out of traffic here going up to cars where this work was in trying to even beat up a white clown into a grandstand and that's when things got heated in the incident is all caught on camera.
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ah that i. have it that. you can pick each. week. you know world of big partisan move. and conspiracy it's time to wait to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever. need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle
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for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. during the great depression which are old enough to remember there was and most of my family were unemployed working class there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objectively than today but there was an expectation that things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america where shape by the turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no on. one set of rules for the rich opposite set of rules for poor. that's what happens when you put her into the hands of a narrow sector of wilf which will is dedicated to increasing power for itself just
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as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. you know world big part of a lot of things and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely. watching the hawks. i'm.
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ready ready ready ready ready sure to stop it for continuing to grow. i just never know very good about the idea of bringing. it into the world because i didn't feel like things were in very good shape that a life was just going to be a lot of software program. there's no reason in the world you take things that are already made the. movies on the move something else that. everybody's scared to talk to that is certifiable is really dependent on us addressing this issue and if we can even talk about it if we can even have a conversation of that it then. we're in trouble.
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