June 4, 2022

USA: 3 Shootouts aka Mass Shootings In Milwaukee That Is Not Getting National News. 3 Men Charged. 17 People Were Shot And Injured. Milwaukee To Enforce Curfew For Under 18 But Soft On Violent Crime.


We don't have a gun problem. We have a lack of self-control problem, a criminal supremacists problem and a Commie Democrats soft on crime problem, not doing shit to catch the criminals as in crimes go unsolved and when they do catch the criminals, they immediately release them back onto the streets to allow them to continue terrorizing the community.  These same people siding with the criminals want to take away YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms in order to defend yourself against these criminal supremacists and a tyrannical government. Remember, criminals do not obey laws. Therefore, criminals will have access to guns through gun trafficking venues and you will be left defenseless with no guns because the same government siding with criminals said they wanted to keep you safe from guns.  (emphasis mine)
FOX6 News Milwaukee published May 19, 2022: Milwaukee shooting: $1M bond for 3 men charged. Three men charged in connection to a shooting near Water and Highland that injured 17 people made their initial court appearance Thursday, May 19 – cash bond for all three set at $1 million.
FOX6 News Milwaukee published May 17, 2022: Milwaukee shootings: Incident at Water and Highland captured on camera. Shooting incident at Water and Highland captured by surveillance camera.
WISN 12 News published May 17, 2022: Video released from 1 of 3 shootings from Friday night. Milwaukee police say they seized 11 guns recovered from the shootings. 
TMJ4 News published May 18, 2022: Milwaukee to enforce curfew, researchers say curfews increase violence. Milwaukee leaders say curfews are going to be enforced in the city to help cut down on violence. A business owner says something needs to be done. However, some research shows curfews are ineffective.

Fox6 News, Milwaukee local
written by Bill Miston
Sunday May 19, 2022

MILWAUKEE - Three men charged in connection to a shooting near Water and Highland that injured 17 people made their initial court appearance Thursday, May 19 – cash bond for all three set at $1 million.

Marquise Jackson, 24, has been in custody since the Friday shooting.

"Here he was alleged to have possessed not just a dangerous weapon, but he brought what I think most people not familiar with firearms would call a rifle to this incident," said Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Chad Wozniak.

"In reviewing the case, it appears he fired that weapon 10 times, at least," Wozniak said.

Jackson, along with co-defendants 23-year-old Christopher Murry and 21-year-old Lemont Siller, are charged with conspiracy to hurt a 20-year-old man. They are also charged with seven counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety.

Investigators say Siller had a beef with the man. That conflict was what led to a shootout near Water and Highland. It was the second shooting on Water Street that night.

Of the 17 people injured, five were arrested – including Jackson. A number of weapons were recovered.

"I think it’s important to note the defendant was out on a domestic violence allegation of a strangulation at the time of this incident," said Wozniak. Jackson was ordered to not possess any weapons.

"He is light years away from being able to post anywhere near that amount," Brett Copeland, state public defender, said of the $1 million.

"Mr. Jackson, I’ve said this before, I’ve set bail on the other defendants in this case," Milwaukee County Circuit Court Commissioner Grace Flynn said. "I agree with the state – that the fact that you’re facing 200 years is an incredible factor for making you a significant bail risk in my mind."

All three men are due back in court later this month for a preliminary hearing, along with another man. Jeremiah Fraylon is charged with felony firearm possession by an adjudicated delinquent, carrying a concealed weapon and bail jumping – being held on a $10,000 bond.

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