Good morning, and welcome to Monday.
- Former Milwaukee police officer Christopher Manney will not be charged with a crime after fatally shooting Dontre Hamilton at Red Arrow Park. District Attorney John Chisholm says “Manney’s use of force in this incident was justified self-defense.”
- In the wake of Friday’s protest on Interstate 43, police chief Ed Flynn called what happened on the highway a “clear breach of trust.”
- Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, Jr. requested the National Guard’s assistance after Friday’s highway protest.
- Earlier this year, the state of Wisconsin passed a new law requiring outside investigations of deaths that happen while an individual is in police custody. NPR recently detailed how that law came to be.
- Here’s more on that law.