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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin saturday March 14, 2015 a Knect Melo Al toe Ewe digital get live updates from the us Purdue big semifinal game next big ten semifinals Frank Kaminsky us will face Purdue after rallying to beat Michigan 71-60 sports. I a bbl a in. A a she by Sisto Milwaukee Dshay a Arike Ogunbowale sets a record with 55 Points in beating the cardinals 86-76 in overtime a posts in officer involved shooting i officials seek end to a shameful racial disparities teen was shot multiple times Nico Savidge , 608-252-6147 the 19-year-old who was killed by a Madison police officer on March 6 was shot multiple times the Dane county medical examiners office said Friday. An autopsy completed the Day after officer Matt Kenny fatally shot Tony Robinson showed Robinson was shot in the head Torso and right Arm according to Barry Irmen director of operations for the medical examiners office. A Host of Madison and Dane county officials meanwhile have signed their names to a statement sending condolences to Robinsons family and calling for an end to the areas a shameful racial Robinson was Black. Kenny is White. Hundreds of people have protested the shooting since March 6, and hundreds Are expected to attend a Public funeral for Robinson at Madison East High schools Milton Mcpike Field House on saturday afternoon. It will begin with a visitation from 2-3 30 ., followed by a service at 4 Madison police have said Robinson who was unarmed punched the police officer in the head and knocked him Down before Kenny fatally shot him. Kenny had been called to an apartment Home on the Hoo Block of Williamson Street for a report that Robinson was running in traffic and had battered multiple people. Craig Spaulding the father of a close Friend of Robinson told the state journal on thursday that Robinson was acting a a agitated and a was not being himself on the night he was killed. A Friend of Robinsons had called police in an Effort to get him help Spauld ing said. Toxicology results and other tests were not available Friday Irmen said and a Are not expected for several Irmen did not specify How Many times Robinson was shot and said the medical examiners office would not release any further information about Robinson. The shooting is being invest please see Robinson Page a5 Ukraine conflict i 1.7 million children harmed in says Vadim Ghirda associated press Young boys look out from the window of a children a Home last week in the rebel held town of charts Yak. Ukraine. Many of the children at the Home have been orphaned or abandoned amid the brutal conflict Between Russia backed rebels and ukrainian government stunted by War Nataliya Vasilyeva associated press charts Yak Ukraine Seryozha colors in his drawing of a tank lost in thought. Like Many 7-year-Olds in Eastern Ukraine he has trouble recalling a time before the War. A a they be always been shooting a he says vigorously scratch ing with the brightest of pencils. Yelena Nikolenko the director of the children a Home in the rebel held town of charts Yak says kids like Seryozha have been let Down twice. First orphaned or abandoned by their parents they were then dumped by their new families when the ukrainian government stopped paying benefits to Foster families in separatist controlled areas. A on top of that you have the War the shelling the fear a Nikolenko says. A it will be a scar for the rest of their lives that a for the conflict that erupted in Ukraine last year Between government troops and Russia backed separatists has claimed at least 6,000 lives and displaced nearly 1.8 million people. The United nations children a fund estimates 1.7 million children on both sides of the front line have been harmed through Lack of please see Ukraine Page a5 adult trial ordered in slender Man casette attorneys for two Wisconsin girls want the trial in juvenile court Todd Richmond associated press Waukesha two Young Wisconsin girls accused of stabbing their classmate to please the horror character slender Man must stand trial As adults for attempted homicide a judge ruled Friday. Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier each face a count of being a party to attempted first degree intentional homicide which automatically places them in adult court under Wisconsin Law. They could face up to 65 years in the state prison system if convicted. Both defendants and the victim Payton Leutner were 12 at the time of the incident last May. Both girls attorneys have argued that the girls legitimately believed they had to kill Leutner to protect their families from slender Many a Wrath. Anthony Cotton geysers attorney called Geyser a schizophrenic in court Friday. Waukesha county circuit judge Michael Bohren found there was enough evidence to order a trial in adult court. The defense teams had asked him to dismiss the charges during a hearing last month. They contended second degree attempted please see trial Page a3 ii Michael Sears Milwaukee journal Sentinel Anthony Cotton attorney for Morgan Geyser talks to the Media Friday after a Waukesha county judge ruled Geyser and another girl must stand trial As adults in the alleged stabbing of a classmate each was 12 at the time last May. Tomah a report baldwins staff erred position changes pay cuts planned after office took too Long to react Dana Ferguson associated press a report commissioned by . Sen. Tammy baldwins office blames her constituent services team for mishandling a report on Over medication problems at a Tomah department of veterans affairs Hospital but also acknowledges that senior staff members made mistakes. The review done by Perkins coie a Seattle based Law firm found that the Madison democrats office ineffectively communicated constituent concerns about the Tomah Hospital but did not intentionally sit on the report. Baldwins office released a five Page summary of the findings Friday. The constituent services team please see a Page a3 a vets defend Tomah a Hospital. B3walker impresses Matthew Defour , 608-252-6144 Concord. . Gov. Scott Walker had already Wanned up the packed private gathering of business executives when an audience member lobbed one of the first questions right Over the Middle of the plate. What did the second term governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate think about a Voung new Hampshire teacher of the year nominee in 2009 who had been Laid off due to last hired first fired Union rules ? without hesitation Walker dressed casually in khakis and a Blue sweater in contrast with the please see Walker Page a2 Walker weather. B4 mostly sunny cooler. High 55, Low 32 business comics nation world cd obituaries c6 opinion a4 sports b3 take five a7 television i Wasj legals % Hajj c Tok inv Otto Quot by Joura

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