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Body cameras for cops are a good idea but two-officer squads are even better

Published Sept. 3, 2015

It's fairly easy to understand why there is a mad rush to put body cameras on every police officer who hits the streets in America, including Milwaukee.There have been several incidents around the country, primarily black victims and white cops, that have in large part been responsible for increased cries for police oversight.


Chisholm's controversial Hamilton decision required courage

Published Jan. 15, 2015

District Attorney John Chisholm could've taken the easy way out and filed charges in the Dontre Hamilton shooting. Instead, he looked at the evidence and made his call, which was an example of a profile in courage.


Paper's campaign against MPD stinks of vendetta journalism

Published Sept. 27, 2012

I have a lengthy history as a journalist, and I know a campaign when I see one. It's true of the crazy birther movement. It's true of the MSNBC relentless assault on Mitt Romney's taxes. It's true of Rush Limbaugh and his acolytes in their campaign against women's rights. The Journal Sentinel coverage of the Milwaukee Police Department has that same kind of odor to me.

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