Rachel Campos-Duffy says some blacks find immigration centers ‘better than’ public housing

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Rachel Campos-Duffy, a Fox News contributor and wife of U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, drew stinging criticism this week after she compared immigration detention centers favorably with public housing, backing up her thesis by citing the opinions of unnamed African-Americans. > NY Times

Journal Sentinel: Milwaukee police reports on Sterling Brown’s arrest ‘don’t match’ the video

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On body camera video, Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown appears to show very little — if any — resistance to Milwaukee police before he is tased outside a drugstore on the city’s south side. Yet draft police reports offer a much different account. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Buck Sterling Brown: ‘I gave in so they didn’t pull out their guns.’

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As a gang of Milwaukee police officers surrounded Sterling Brown, forced him face first into the pavement and fired a Taser into his back, he thought about everything he had to live for. “I gave in so they didn’t pull out their guns,” he said. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wauwatosa police release new video after Mayfair Mall arrest

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Wauwatosa police released a surveillance video Monday that police say shows more of the interaction between an officer and a black teen following a controversial arrest at Mayfair Mall Friday. With captured cellphone video showing the officer hitting the boy in the head twice, a “use of force” investigation is underway. > FOX 6 Milwaukee

Video shows Wisconsin police officer punching black teen in the face

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With disturbing cellphone video showing police officers fighting with a 17-year-old in a Wauwatosa mall parking lot and punching him in the face, the Black Panthers have already said they’re holding police and mall security accountable and are demanding the officer be fired. > CBS News

Sen. Lena Taylor says she’s the victim of ‘political lynching,’ won’t quit

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At a press conference Wednesday (full video here), State Sen. Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) says race and gender have played into the scrutiny she’s faced over her behavior the last few weeks, and that she plans to remain in office. Taylor was stripped of her position on the state Senate’s powerful budget committee Tuesday. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Sen. Lena Taylor bullied her staff, report finds, prompting her removal from budget committee

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State Sen. Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) bullied her staff and retaliated against one employee for using family and medical leave, Senate investigators have found — a conclusion that, combined with her being embroiled in a controversy over using a racial insult at a Milwaukee bank, cost her a spot on the Legislature’s budget committee. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel