19-year-old Robinson was shot and killed by Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny on March 6th.
The press conference will be held in the Dane County Public Safety Building on West Doty Street in Madison. The incident began on March 6th when authorities got a call that a male was yelling and jumping in front of cars, Madison Police Chief Mike Koval said. About four minutes later, the dispatcher says, “I got another call for the same suspect at [the same address]. When Officer Matt Kenny went to the apartment on Williamson Street, he heard some commotion and forced his way in, Koval said. Following the shooting of Robinson, Kenny was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. One day after the protests, Attorney General Brad Schimel said the Department of Justice's reports on the incident would be turned over to a prosecutor in a matter of weeks. By April 1st, Robinson's mother, Andrea Irwin said she believed Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne would thoroughly review the circumstances surrounding her son's death. The Madison Police Department has been diligently preparing for this announcement for several weeks.
It is quite possible that there will be civil dissent, and the men and women of the MPD will - as they have done in the past - help facilitate the safe movement of people should they decide to exercise First Amendment rights.
Many of those who took to the streets following this officer-involved shooting in March were students. A letter was sent home to parents of children in the Madison Metro School District by Superintendent Jennifer Cheatham on Monday -- in advance of Tuesday's announcement.
We know that with this announcement, many of our students will need to process what they are feeling and be able to talk about what happened in a safe, respectful and productive way.
We also know that there will be protests planned for Tuesday that our middle and high school students may be asked to participate in. Second, we would encourage you to talk to your child about staying safe if they do participate in protests at any time. On Tuesday, the group is encouraging folks to meet in front of the Social Justice Center on Williamson Street following Ozanne's announcement.


The protesters who actually have jobs were going to do a general walkout, but since nobody would have noticed, they decided to loot and burn a Rent-A-Center instead. We first wrote about the shooting of Tony Robinson (black) by Police Officer Matt Kenny (white) way back in March of this year. For the gritty details, see that prior post Analyzing Wisconsin police shooting of unarmed Black teen. The unarmed Wisconsin teenager who was shot to death last night during a confrontation with a Madison cop pleaded guilty last year to armed robbery and recently began serving a three-year probation term for that felony conviction, court records show. Ozanne said that it was understood that Robinson was believed to be unarmed when he broke into the apartment building, though they believed at the time that Robinson had taken hallucinogenic mushrooms or some other drug. I nominate Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne for the Rudyard Kipling Award, Judicial Division, for his statement in today’s news conference, as an appropriate example of grace under pressure. Get the latest from Legal Insurrection each morning plus exclusive Cyber Insurrection and Author Quick Hits! No weapons seen.”Dispatchers identified him as Tony Robinson, according to 911 audio obtained by WKOW. Wisconsin Circuit Court documents indicate Robinson pleaded guilty in December to an armed robbery that occurred last April. Five days after the incident, large groups gathered near the Capitol in Madison -- one rallying in support of Robinson, and the other in support of law enforcement. But just a week later, family members cast doubt on the case, saying the DOJ's probe into Robinson's death isn't fair, because the agency is staffed by former police officers. Our contingency planning has involved both logistics and multiple meetings with community leaders. Officials with the Madison Metro School District have sent a letter home to parents -- asking that students stay in class on Tuesday. It`s the lesson plans the teachers will be using, resources, how to handle students who need a different space or different environment to process differently given their specific need.
We want you to know that we are planning to provide structured opportunities at middle and high school for students to discuss what happened once the announcement is made. We want to make sure that you have the opportunity to talk with your student about these events before Tuesday.


While we have been proud of how responsibly and safely our students have participated in events throughout the community, we also think it is important for you to talk with your child about both their rights and responsibilities as part of a protest if they choose to participate, as well as the consequences of a possible arrest. The group announced Monday that they'll rally Wednesday morning in front of the apartment house where Robinson was shot and killed. Folks should look out and look unto people who are in the street who are engaging in direct action as folks who they should support and be in solidarity with -- and that`s going to be very important. This is a very minor, very small inconvenience to miss work or miss school compared to the major inconvenience that the family experiences," M. Rather this decision is based on the facts as they have been investigated and reported to me. Toxicology tests determined that he had mushrooms, THC or marijuana and Xanax in his bloodstream, Ozanne said. The Law of Self Defense proudly announces the launch of it’s online, on-demand state-specific Law of Self Defense Online Training. It is our hope - that working together - Madison can come through these challenging days ahead without violence or property damage.
Each school is handling it a bit differently, but all of them have an adequate plan in place. I think it`s important that people are having the conversation not just in our classrooms but also at home," Alex Fralin, chief of schools for secondary education said. At the elementary level, our staff will be ready to support students and provide opportunities for conversations as issues come up. First, we ask that you would encourage your student to stay in school during the school day as to not negatively impact their instructional time. The whole comment section has been wiped out sheesh what a joke I’m done with this site! He also holds Law of Self Defense Seminars around the country, and provides free online self-defense law video lectures at the Law of Self Defense Institute and podcasts through iTunes, Stitcher, and elsewhere. If they join with this group of thugs they will be telling the rest of us that they care more about a black thug than a fellow citizen, no matter their color, who has committed no crimes.



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