A man spoke Monday with police in a Milwaukee park. After a night of violence that left a half-dozen businesses in flames, the Milwaukee police chief expressed surprise at the unrest that erupted after the fatal shooting of a black man Saturday by a black officer. “This was, quite frankly, unanticipated,” Chief Edward Flynn said Monday.
A man spoke Monday with police in a Milwaukee park. After a night of violence that left a half-dozen businesses in flames, the Milwaukee police chief expressed surprise at the unrest that erupted after the fatal shooting of a black man Saturday by a black officer. “This was, quite frankly, unanticipated,” Chief Edward Flynn said Monday. Jeffrey Phelps The Associated Press
A man spoke Monday with police in a Milwaukee park. After a night of violence that left a half-dozen businesses in flames, the Milwaukee police chief expressed surprise at the unrest that erupted after the fatal shooting of a black man Saturday by a black officer. “This was, quite frankly, unanticipated,” Chief Edward Flynn said Monday. Jeffrey Phelps The Associated Press

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