Race as in Racial Conflict — That seems to be the Main Stream Media’s primary agenda nowadays. This past weekend, we had the 50th Anniversary of the Selma March… Also called Bloody Sunday. All the major news outlets covered it. The odd thing is, that none of them reported the fact that Bloody Sunday was an attack on Civil Rights Marchers by DEMOCRATS! Do some studying on Sheriff Jim Clark of Dallas County, Alabama. He was the ringleader of the democrat thugs on that day in history.
The NY Times on Sunday featured a cropped photo of the anniversary event on their front page. It cropped out ‘Dubya & Laura Bush’ and only showed BHO leading the event march.
Soooo, I logged into the network this afternoon and Lo & Behold, the YAHOO Home Page had a BIG STORY out of Wisconsin. TOP BILLING!!! Seems a Black 19 year old (Bi-Racial actually) was shot & killed by a White Police Officer on Friday. This posting is going to focus on that aspect of RACE and the MSM. It appears that Madison Wisconsin may become a powder keg similar to Ferguson Missouri.
I’m not going to waste space here by showing any of this AP / YAHOO nonsense… It’s all your typical liberal non-journalism crap. It’s all “UNARMED Black Teen, great kid, heading to Community College blah blah blah”. Feel free to read the link yourself.
Then we have a UBER-LIBERAL Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper, who I must add, did a much more thorough story. Below are a few excerpts.
Madison — Before Tony T. Robinson was a shot by a police officer inside a house on Friday, events that night were quickly spiraling out of control for the teen.
Madison police were called when he started jumping in front of cars on Williamson St., on the city’s east side, according to a police radio scanner. Then in swift succession, Robinson apparently hit a friend and tried strangling someone else.
Robinson, 19, who was black and unarmed, was killed by an officer who was called to the incident, which apparently started at a gas station and ended with Robinson’s death in a two-story house across the street.
Robinson had been convicted for his role in a felony armed robbery last April.
Then there’s this tidbit a little further down in the story…
In a Dane County dispatch recording, which was posted online by a website called Liberty News, the dispatcher says witnesses reported that no weapons had been seen. A few seconds later, the dispatcher says Robinson entered a residence at 1125 Williamson St. and tried to strangle someone.
The dispatcher says the person being strangled was a “patron,” apparently a customer from the gas station across the street.
About 20 seconds after Kenny entered the residence, he can be heard breathing loudly and saying, “shots fired.” Seven seconds later, Kenny yells, “shots fired, start an ambulance — at least one.”
The shooting occurred about 6:30 p.m. Friday. Robinson died at a hospital.
“There’s no doubt that we have to be clear about this: He was unarmed,” Madison Police Chief Mike Koval told reporters on Saturday. “That’s going to make this all the more complicated for the investigators, for the public to accept.”
The state Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigation will conduct an independent review of the shooting, as required by state law.
Kenny, 45, was injured Friday night during the altercation with Robinson, but his injuries weren’t significant and he wasn’t hospitalized, Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain said. As a matter of protocol, a blood sample was taken from the officer.
This is the second time that Kenny has killed someone in the line of duty. On July 15, 2007, he shot and killed Ronald Brandon, 48, who was white, after Brandon pointed what turned out to be a pellet gun at Kenny. The officer did not know the weapon was a pellet gun, and the district attorney cleared Kenny.
After serving nine years in the U.S. Coast Guard, Kenny started working at the Madison Police Department in 2002. He is a member of the department’s mounted patrol and has worked with the special weapons and tactics team.
Then a little further down the story gives this info. How does one get arrested in April, and also convicted AND SENTENCED in April? Does a Guilty Plea eliminate the trial altogether. And if so, why wasn’t Robinson serving time for Felony Armed Robbery?
2014 armed robbery
DeSpain confirmed Sunday that Robinson was arrested April 25 with three other people in connection with an armed home invasion at a Madison apartment.
According to a department incident report, Robinson, then 18, was arrested with the two other men and one woman shortly before 6 a.m. as they were fleeing an apartment with electronics, a shotgun and other property. Police were called when a witness saw several men, one armed with a long gun, enter the building.
No injuries were reported in the case, police said. Robinson pleaded guilty to felony armed robbery and received three years of probation, according to court records.
At this juncture, I want us to focus on Wisconsin Law and Armed Robbery.
(1) Whoever, with intent to steal, takes property from the person or presence of the owner by either of the following means is guilty of a Class E felony:
(a) By using force against the person of the owner with intent thereby to overcome his or her physical resistance or physical power of resistance to the taking or carrying away of the property; or
(b) By threatening the imminent use of force against the person of the owner or of another who is present with intent thereby to compel the owner to acquiesce in the taking or carrying away of the property.
(2) Whoever violates sub. (1) by use or threat of use of a dangerous weapon, a device or container described under s. 941.26 (4) (a) or any article used or fashioned in a manner to lead the victim reasonably to believe that it is a dangerous weapon or such a device or container is guilty of a Class C felony.
(3) In this section “owner” means a person in possession of property whether the person’s possession is lawful or unlawful.
From a Wisconsin Law Firm —
“Armed Robbery Charges and Penalties — In the state of Wisconsin, armed robbery is classified as a Class C felony. The severity of the charge will depend largely on the circumstances of the case, such as whether the gun was drawn or fired. The possible penalties for an armed robbery conviction include: Up to 25 years in prison – Up to $100,000 in fines – Revocation of right to bear arms – Restitution”
So, we have now determined that Armed Robbery is a Class C Felony in Wisconsin, now let’s review the penalty. Please note the following is from this 95 page PDF file.
Page 7 of the PDF File
“Introduction – In Wisconsin, a felony is defined as any criminal offense that is punishable by imprisonment in state prison. All other criminal offenses are classified as misdemeanors. Any person age 17 years and older who commits a felony or misdemeanor is considered an adult and may be sentenced to confinement or placed on probation, and/or fined.”
Page 9 of the PDF File
Under 1997 Act 283, a bifurcated (determinate) sentencing structure was created for all felony offenses. Under this structure, courts are required to impose a bifurcated (two-part) sentence for any felony occurring on or after December 31, 1999, except for felonies resulting in a life sentence.
Page 13 of the PDF File
SilenceDogood2010 Comments: If Tony Robinson was convicted in April of 2014, for Armed Robbery, why wasn’t he in jail? Why was he only given Probation? Had he been in jail, he wouldn’t be dead now. I think I can answer my own questions.
Because of Liberal Judges on the bench.
I tried to find out the judge’s name that sentenced Robinson, but I didn’t have any luck on that.
Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Ninth Day of March in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Fifteen.