Sunday, March 22, 2015

Thug In Madison Was A Thug

I have written about when in Madison, WI., where I used to live, a thug decided to attack people and police officers and luckily for society, he was removed from this earth by a few shot by a police officer.
Well, it turns out this thug liked to eat mushrooms, and not the kind you find in Wal-Mart or Whole Foods.
On a September day in 2005, a crash on Madison’s Southeast Side left a critically injured driver pinned in a destroyed Chevy.
Madison police officer Matt Kenny, alone and first on the scene, used skills honed as a medic in the U.S. Coast Guard to treat the driver until paramedics arrived. Later in the same shift, he helped the Wisconsin State Patrol pursue an armed suspect eluding capture at 110 mph on the Beltline.
In some ways, it was just another day in the life of a cop. But a supervisor found Kenny’s work that day emblematic of his value.
“I wanted to take this opportunity to recognize how much I rely on his steady competence in keeping our team functional out in the field,” Sgt. Sue Armagost wrote in a commendation letter. “He is quiet, always competent and carries on without complaint through day after day of constant challenges.”
The letter is one of 46 accolades in Kenny’s personnel file. The thick folder documents his 13 years with the Madison Police Department, from green recruit in 2002 through the later years as he became increasingly relied upon to train new officers and his peers in first-aid and firearms.
He now is on paid leave pending an investigation by the state Division of Criminal Investigation. On March 6, Kenny shot and killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson following a struggle inside a Williamson Street apartment building.
Robinson was black; Kenny, 45, is white. Within hours, Robinson’s death became a rallying cry — locally and nationally — by people infuriated by racial disparities in the criminal justice system and elsewhere. Some protesters say race inevitably played a role in the shooting, calling it murder.
Kenny had responded that evening to a disturbance following reports of Robinson running in traffic and battering people. Madison police officials have said Robinson punched Kenny in the head and knocked him off balance before Kenny fatally shot him.
A Robinson family member has since said Robinson took hallucinogenic mushrooms earlier on March 6, lending credence to statements by friends thaMadison Police Chief Mike Koval has expressed sorrow over Robinson’s death and reached out to Robinson’s family and the black community. He also has defended his department against charges of racism and described Kenny as “a consummate professional” committed to selfless service.
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Well, I am not in sorrow that this thug is dead.  This thug decided to assault people and then tried to take on an armed cop and the thug lost, big time.
Once again, the liberal fools and tools have decided to support a thug, only to be proved that they really supported a drug induced violent thug.

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