Thursday, December 31, 2020

Feds And Police In Wisconsin Investigate Intentional Tempering Of 57 Vials Of The COVID-19 Vaccine By A Pharmacist At The Aurora Medical Center In Grafton 

Feds And Police are unvestigating an intentional tempering of 57 vials of the COVID-19 vaccine by a Pharmacist at the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 31, 2020

Grafton,  WI - The FBI, the Food and Drug Administration and the Grafton Police Department in Wisconsin are investigating an intentional tampering of at least 570 doses (57 vials, each holds 10 doses) of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by a Pharmacist at the Aurora Hospital (Aurora Medical Center) in Grafton. 

The male Pharmacist has not been identified, but has been terminated, according to the hospital administration after learning that the incident occurred on two occasions December 24 and 25th and the Pharmacist confessing that he intentionally removed the vials from the refrigerator and left the COVID-19 vials of the vaccine at room temperature over night. 

Each COVID-19 vial holds 10 vaccine shots. The vaccine must be kept frozen in a refrigerator and once thawed, it can not be frozen again. 

The COVID-19 vaccine lasts for at least 12 hours in room temperature. 

So far, no charges have been filed against the Pharmacist, but he was taken into custody pending charges.

Monday, December 28, 2020

Tennessee Christmas Day Alleged Bombing Suspect Identified As White Domestic Terrorist Anthony Quinn Warner From Nashville

FBI and the ATF alleged that the person of interest or suspect in the Tennessee Christmas Day bombing is a 63-year-old computer expert and a White domestic terrorist who might have committed suicide.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 28, 2020

Nashville, Tennessee - Federal investigators in Nashville alleged that the person of interest or the alleged Christmas Day bomber is  Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, an alleged Trump MAGA (Make America Great Again/Keep America Great) supporter. Warner owned a white recreational vehicle (RV) similar to the vehicle used in the bombing by the suspect. A similar RV exploded on Christmas Day in front of the AT&T building in Nashville and authorities found human remains at the crime scene.

The feds confirmed that the human remains have been identified by DNA match belonging to Warner including his RV used in the explosion by the VIN number found at the crime scene. Authorities also believe that the alleged White domestic terrorist suspect committed suicide. 

Apparently, a real estate agent contacted the FBI after Warner's name was mentioned as a person of interest and told authorities that Warner had transferred two homes that he owned to a Michelle Swing, 29, from Los Angeles, one home is worth $160,000 and the second one is worth $249,000 without charging Swing for the homes. Both homes are located in the same street. Swing told authorities that she didn't know that Warner had transferred the homes to her and she paid $0 dollars for the homes, according to property transfer deeds in Tennessee.

Warner might have been paranoid with the 5G technology, according to mainstream news outlets. 

Saturday, December 26, 2020

El Galo Salsero, Tito Rojas, Famous Salsa Puerto Rican Singer Found Dead At His Humacao Residence

Rojas was found deceased on early Saturday in the balcony of his home in Puerto Rico.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 26, 2020

Humacao, Puerto Rico - On Saturday, 911 first responders were called to the residence of Julio César Rojas López, 65, stage name "Tito Rojas" aka, El Galo Salsero from Puerto Rico who was found deceased by his daughter at the balcony of his home in the Mariana neighborhood in Humacao. Preliminary medical news reports indicate that Rojas suffered heart failure (an alleged heart attack).

Rojas conducted a virtual concert on Thursday, Christmas Eve from Puerto Rico before his death. He was known for his popular hit Sala songs like Siempre Seré (1990), Señora de Madrugada (1993), Dimelo (2003) and Los Años No Pasan En Vano (2019).

In 2012, Tito Rojas performed live at the Henry Maier Festival Park also known as Summerfest on July 8th, the last day of the eleven-day event at Milwaukee's lake front music festival in Wisconsin.

World Festival Inc., which operates Summerfest celebrated its 45th Anniverary in 2012. Summerfest is held annually at the 75-acre Henry Maier Park and draws about one million festivalgoers.

This year, Summerfest 2020 and all of the ethnic festivals including the three-day Mexican Fiesta 2020, which draws more than 80,000 festivalgoers at the grounds during the Summer were canceled due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Friday, December 18, 2020

White UPS Driver Rants Racist Remarks After Realizing Hispanic Resident Isn't At Home To Receive Package


Doorbell video posted on Facebook by a mother showing a White racist UPS delivery driver ranting racist remarks at the residence of her son who happens to be a Milwaukee police officer.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 18, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Shirley Aviles, the proud mother of a Milwaukee police officer posted a doorbell video from her son's West Allis residence showing a White racist United Postal Service (UPS) delivery driver ranting racist remarks after noticing the Hispanic name of the resident, which the driver has no idea that the resident is actually a Milwaukee police officer. No one was at home to receive the package.

The unidentified UPS driver says, "Now, you get nothing, because you are a stupid motherfucker, who can't read, write and speak the fucking English language..."

Shirley, is well known in the Latino Community for her employment at the United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS) in the Migrant Outreach sector. Shirley Aviles, is the UMOS Director, for the National Farmworker Jobs Program. 

Shirley is also the daughter of prominent plastic business manufacturer Jose Aviles, the founder of Aviles Plastics in Milwaukee.

Shirley's son is Milwaukee Police Officer Hugo Aviles.

Update: The White racist UPS delivery driver involved in racist rants at a West Allis residence has been fired on Friday, according to UPS sources but, he hasn't been identified yet.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

15-year-old Wauwatosa Mayfair Mass Shooter Was Identified As Xavier Sevilla From Milwaukee

Sevilla, the alleged mass shooter at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa will remain in juvenile detention until a petition is filed to waive him to adult court. 

By H. Nelson Goodson 

Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 15, 2020

Wawautosa, WI - The 15-year-old mass shooting suspect has been identified as Xavier Sevilla, who allegedly shot 7 adults and one teen at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa on November 20th, he will remain in juvenile detention until the next court hearing on February 16, according to a juvenile court hearing. He has not been waived to adult court, but prosecutors are working to waive Sevilla to adult court.

Sevilla who was identified by Wisconsin Right Now dot com was on probation for a prior criminal offense and was not supposed to violate his conditions of probation.

According to police, Sevilla fled the scene by calling a Uber, which took him to his family residence. Police arrested the Sevilla a day after while traveling in a vehicle with Illinois plates. A Glock 9mm handgun was recovered when the teen was taken into custody. The suspect also had a packed bag and was attempting to flee the state.

Two additional suspects have been arrested in the case.

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Caesar Fuentes Charged With Felony 1st-degree Reckless Homicide For The Murder Of Andra Nicholson Jr. At Site1A Nightclub In The Third Ward Of Milwaukee

Fuentes allegedly fled the homicide crime scene and later turned himself in to police.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 13, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Sunday,  Caesar Fuentes, 23, was charged with one felony count of 1st-degree reckless homicide and use of a dangerous weapon for the murder of Andra Nicholson Jr., 24, at the Site1A Nightclub located in the 200 E. Buffalo Street in the Third Ward. 

Fuentes is facing more than 60 years in prison, if convicted. A cash bail of $75,000 was set for Fuentes.

Apparently, Fuentes and Nicholson got into an argument and altercation inside the nightclub and when Nicholson left the club on December 6th at 3:25 a.m., Fuentes got a handgun and fatally shot Nicholson multiple times outside of the club in an alley while Nicholson was on his cellphone with his uncle. Fuentes fled the scene after shooting Nicholson. Fuentes had called Nicholson a "f_cking Whitefish Bay N_gger" while at the bar, according to the criminal complaint.

Nicholson's uncle told police that he heard multiple shots while on the cellphone with Nicholson. Nicholson told his uncle that he got me and to come to the scene and help him. Nicholson died at the scene after life saving attempts failed.

According to the criminal complaint, Fuentes pulled out a Glock 9mm with an extended magazine and threaten to kill Nicholson and the autopsy showed that the deceased victim had six bullet wounds including one in the back. The Glock 17 Gen 5 and an extended magazine was recovered at Fuentes residence after Fuentes family turned it in to police. 

Witnesses at the bar told police that both Fuentes and Nicholson has gotten into an argument over sports and that Fuentes called Nicholson a "Whitefish Bay N_gger" and then Nicholson sucker punched Fuentes who later pulled out a handgun and followed Nicholson outside and shot Nicholson in cold blood while he was on the cellphone with his uncle. 

Nicholson's family arrived at the shooting crime scene first before first responders and police. They attempted life saving measures to keep Nicholson alive, but Nicholson succumbed to his injuries and died at the scene. 

When Nicholson's family members arrived at the scene and no one was in immediate area except the victim suffering from his injuries in an adjacent alley from the bar.

Fuentes, is a fire fighter and EMT with the Hale Corners Fire Department.

Members from the Black community are seeking justice for Nicholson and claimed that the Nicholson's homicide was racially motivated.

Update: The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office as of 12/24/2020 has Caesar Fuentes booked in the County jail with one count for 1st-degree intentional homicide.

Friday, December 11, 2020

Hale Corners off-duty Firefighter Caesar Fuentes Booked In Milwaukee County Jail For The Alleged Homicide Of Andra Nicholson At Site1A Nightclub In The Third Ward

Fuentes turned himself in to police after contacting his Hale Corners Fire Chief, according to police documents.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 11, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - Caesar Fuentes, 23, was booked on Wednesday, December 9th at the Milwaukee County Jail for the alleged homicide (charges pending) of Andra Nicholson Jr., 24, at the Site1A Nightclub located in the 200 E. Buffalo Street in the Third Ward. Apparently, Fuentes and Nicholson got into an argument and altercation inside the nightclub and when Nicholson left the club on December 6th at 3:25 a.m., Fuentes got a handgun and then fatally shot Nicholson multiple times outside of the club and he fled the scene, according to police.

Fuentes, a fire fighter and EMT with the Hale Corners Fire Department had a cash bail set at $150,000, while charges are pending.

Members from the Black community are seeking justice for Nicholson and claimed that the Nicholson's homicide was racially motivated.

Thursday, December 10, 2020

22-year-old Julian Rodriguez Fatally Shot At The 3000 Block Of S. 13th Street In Milwaukee, Police Investigating Homicide

Rodriguez was fatally shot by a suspect or suspects, according to police.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 10, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, December 8th, 2020, Milwaukee police responded around 3:58 p.m. to a shooting at the 3000 block of S. 13th Street in the Southside of Milwaukee. When police arrived at the scene, they found Julian Rodriguez, aka, "Don", 22, fatally shot.

The deceased victim, Rodriguez was identified by friends in social media. 

Police continue to investigate the homicide and are seeking an unknown suspect or suspects in the case.

Sunday, December 6, 2020

Margie Escobar, A Well Known Latino Community Education Activist Involved In The August 27, 1970 UW-Milwaukee Takeover Passed Away

Escobar was one of the nearly 500 educational activists involved during the August 27, 1970 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Takeover seeking higher education for Hispanics in the Milwaukee and Wisconsin area that were not allowed to enrolled due to a discriminatory policy in the UW-System in the early 1970's.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 6, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On November 24th, Margie Escobar, 86, passed away from complications with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), according to family. Escobar tested positive on November 14 and was later hospitalized.

GoFundMe account was created for Escobar's funeral expenses.

Escobar was also a Tejano music enthusiast and loved to dance Tejano for more than 50 years with her beloved husband Jorge M. Escobar.

She also dedicated her time as a teacher's aid.

On August 27, 1970, Escobar was one of the nearly 500 educational activists that participated at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) Takeover, which sought higher education for Latinos in Milwaukee and the state. Latinos at the time faced a discriminatory education barrier that was practiced and kept local Hispanics from enrolling at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee under then Chancellor J. Martin Klotsche at Chapman Hall. "Discriminatory treatment was the norm," cited from Myraid Magazine UWM 1990.

In 1970, only 14 Hispanic students were enrolled compared to 25,000 White students and there were no Latino faculty at UWM at the time. Escobar's role helped open the doors of education for thousands of Latinos in the state of Wisconsin UW-System. 

Their success in 1970 helped create the Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute (SSOI) at UWM, which focus on recruitement, advising and retention of Hispanic university students. The SSOI was later renamed in 1996 the Roberto Hernandez Center and since 1970 thousands of Hispanics have graduated.

Friday, December 4, 2020

Nicholas Alioto, Manager At Serb Hall In Milwaukee Who Was Attacked By MAGAs During A Trump "Defend Your Vote" Outdoor Rally Has Passed Away



Alioto was also known as a Trump MAGA supporter.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

December 4, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Monday, Nicholas Alioto, 55, the manager of Serb Hall in Milwaukee passed away. Alioto was tested positive on November 17 for Coronavirus (COVID-19) about 14 days before his death, but experienced mild symptoms. According, to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office, Alioto had diabetes and apparently died from hypertensive cardiovascular disease, or heart problems caused by high blood pressure. The Medical Examiner's Office hasn't ruled, if Alioto died from complications with COVID-19.

On November 14, Alioto who was a Trump MAGA (Make America Great Again/Keep America Great) supporter faced an attack by fellow MAGAs including Perfecto Rivera, a WISN 1130AM Radio host and former Republican candidate for Congress when he grabbed the microphone away from Alioto at an outdoor Trump "Defend Your Vote" rally,  according to a recorded video.  Alioto attempted to force those attending the rally to seat down and to wear facemasks as mandated by the Milwaukee Department of Health and City Ordinance to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The attendance for the outdoor rally was limited to 100 people for a political event, but more than several hundred MAGAs attended the event and most were standing around, not practicing distancing and not wearing facemasks. 

Alioto was told by fellow MAGAs to "get out of here, you were not invited" eventhough he was the manager of Serb Hall who allowed the Republican Party of Milwaukee County to hold the outdoor rally in the parking lot of Serb Hall.

Alioto had warned the crowd of MAGAs to seat down or he would shut down the rally in order to avoid being fined by the Milwaukee Department of Health for COVID-19 restriction violations or lose the business license.

Alioto was pushed to the side by a MAGA and lost his balance in the ordeal.

The Republican Party of Milwaukee County announced this week that it had raised at least $3,000 in donations to help pay for the fines that Serb Hall was allegedly cited for.

In January 2014, Alioto pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor stemming from several corruption charges during a plea deal facing a felony charges. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that Alioto faced eight charges of bribery, perjury, and filing false documents stemming from a wide-ranging gift-giving probe in the community college district and two other school districts in the South Bay. He pleaded guilty to one charge of aiding in commission of a crime. Alioto was ordered to perform 160 hours of community service and pay a fine of about $8,000, according to the report. He resigned as Vice-president of the Southwestern College in 2011.

Serb Hall remained closed on Friday during their Fish Friday sale in memory of Alioto.



Sunday, November 29, 2020

17-year-old Evian Elizondo Fatally Shot On Early Thanksgiving Day At The 2500 Block of S. 15th Place In Milwaukee's Southside



Elizondo who was fatally shot on Thanksgiving Day was an inspiring 17-year-old rapper known as Mke EZ on YouTube.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 29, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On early Thanksgiving Day just after midnight, Evian Elizondo, 17, was fatally shot at the 2500 block of S. 15th Place in Milwaukee, according to police. Elizondo died at the scene.

Elizondo's 18-year-old girlfriend witnessed the fatal shooting. Police are continuing the homicide investigation and are looking for unknown suspects.

A private funeral will be held for Elizondo and a public memorial is planned for Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 2:30p.m. at S. 15th Place and W. Harrison St. in Milwaukee's Southside.

Friday, November 27, 2020

Three Pinier Funeral Argentinean Workers Fired For Taking Photos With Armando Diego Maradona's Body, Renowned Soccer Player

Three funeral employees were fired after photos of them went viral on social media.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 27, 2020

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Three Pinier Funeral Home employees, Claudio Ismael, 18, and Claudio Fernández, 48, (son and father) including Diego Molina were fired Thursday after photos of them with the body of Diego Armando Maradona, a famous Argentine Soccer player went viral in social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp). Molina was identified by Maradona's attorney Matias Morla on his Twitter account.

Molina took several photos, which were posted on social media. 

The three men received a backlash of death threats.

Fernández has apologized and Molina hasn't been heard off, since the photos went viral.

Maradona, 60, died of a heart failure on November 25, 2020 in Tigre.

Authorities are seeking charges against all three men.

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Black Man Chanted Trump "4 More Years And U.S.A." At A Milwaukee Southside Intersection, Trump Also Defeated Again In Both Milwaukee And Dane Counties After $3M Recount Ends

Biden confirmed the winner after $3M recount paid by the Trump campaign.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 26, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - A lonely Black soul chanting for Trump on November 20th identified as Cedric Powell by Facebook friends, who was chanting "4 more years and U.S.A." while wearing a Trump flag and waving a Mexican flag at the intersection of S. 27th Street and W. Oklahoma Ave. in the Southside of Milwaukee. Trump (MAGA-R) lost the 2020 presidential election to Biden (D) on November 3rd. Biden received 306 Electoral votes compared to Trump's 232 Electoral votes, only 270 Electoral votes were needed to win the election. https://youtu.be/0ErUa1FgJ9w

The $3M two County recent recount paid by the Trump campaign ended on Wednesday in Milwaukee County, which confirmed that Biden won Wisconsin's 10 Electoral votes with more than 20,600 votes including both Democratic strongholds in Dane and Milwaukee Counties.

Biden will be sworn-in to office and will become the 46th U.S. President at noon on January 20, 2021. 

Trump's criminal immunity ends at noon on January 20th as well.

Biden won Wisconsin with the Latino and Black vote including in the U.S. More than 16.5M Latinos voted in the November 3rd election with Biden getting 70% of the Hispanic vote and Trump 30%, according to Latino Decision and the Pew Research Center.

In Wisconsin, the Latinos for Trump (LFT/MAGA-Make America Great Again/Keep America Great) failed to attract the Latino vote for Trump in both Dane and Milwaukee Counties including throughout the state. A LFT campaign office was also opened at the 700 block of W. Historic Mitchell Street, but failed to turnout the Hispanic vote for Trump. 

The Latino MAGAs failure in Wisconsin was eminent after creating a Facebook Latino MAGA page (https://bit.ly/30okuXc) in August 2019, which promoted Nazi propaganda and hate in the state targeting certain Latino/Hispanic activists and its link was connected to the Trump campaign donation site.

America overwhelmingly rejected Trump's MAGA Amerikkka on November 3rd.


Update: Trump first interview with FoxNews, since the U.S. presidential election. Trump a known pathological liar continued to make false allegations about voter fraud without providing any facts or proof. He blasted the federal judges who dismissed at least 30 Trump campaign cases due to providing no credible evidence of mass voter fraud in the election. https://youtu.be/U1i8R_5g0-o


Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Milwaukee Southside Hit-and-run Driver Sought By Police After Striking And Injuring Pedestrian




Man hospitalized after hit-and-run incident in the Southside of Milwaukee.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 25, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - A hit-and-run  was reported on Wednesday at around 11:45a.m. at S. Cesar E. Chavez Dr. and W. Mineral Street in Milwaukee.

Alejandro Rivera, the owner of Rivera's Western Wear released the outdoor surveillance video of the incident where a family member, Moisés Ruiz Guzman related to his wife was struck by a vehicle that failed to stop and accelerated at the point of impact. The hit-and-run victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Police are looking for the individual that fled the scene. In Wisconsin, it's a felony crime to flee the scene on a hit-and-run incident.

Video courtesy of Alejandro Rivera 

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Unidentified 15-year-old Hispanic Mayfair Mall Mass Shooter Will Remain In Juvenile Detention Until Next Month's Court Hearing, He Allegedly Shot 8 Victims Including a Teen

Latino teen mass shooter at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa will remain in juvenile detention until next month's court hearing.

By H. Nelson Goodson 

Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 24, 2020

Milwaukee. WI - The 15-year-old Hispanic male suspect who allegedly shot 7 adults and one teen at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa on Friday will remain in juvenile detention until next month, according to a juvenile court hearing on Tuesday. He has not been waived to adult court and has a court hearing next month.

The 15-year-old juvenile was on probation for prior criminal offense and was not supposed to get in trouble.

According to police, the 15-year-old shooter fled the scene by calling a Uber, which took him to his family residence. Police arrested the suspect a day after while traveling in a vehicle with Illinois plates. A Glock 9mm handgun was recovered when the teen was taken into custody. The suspect also had a packed bag and was attempting to flee the state.

The juvenile has not been identified at this time.

Two additional suspects have been arrested in the case.


Sunday, November 22, 2020

Alleged 15-year-old Hispanic Male Mayfair Mall Shooter And Several Accomplices Taken Into Custody In Wisconsin

Latino teen suspected of being the main shooter at Mayfair Mall on Friday that resulted with 7 adults and 1 teenager  being injured has been arrested along with additional suspects involved.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 22, 2020

Wauwatosa, WI - On Saturday, police arrested a 15-year-old Hispanic male during a traffic stop and the alleged firearm used at the Mayfair Mall mass shooting was recovered, according to Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry M. Weber. Several other suspects have been also arrested in the case. At least 7 adults and 1 teenager including 4 innocent shoppers  (bystanders) were injured during the shooting incident on Friday at around 2:50 p.m. when the Latino teen suspect who was in a group took out a firearm and began to shoot at another group during an altercation between two rival groups. 

Police are looking for additional individuals involved in the altercation between the two groups.

Weber admitted that police information released earlier identifying the main shooting suspect as a White male in his 20's or 30's by witnesses was wrong.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Frank Sensabaugh, aka, Frank Nitty Taken Into Custody By Milwaukee Police For Alleged 3rd-degree Sexual Assault


Sensabaugh live streamed his arrest by police on Monday night on his Facebook account.


By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 18, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, Frank Sensabaugh, aka, Frank Nitty, 39, was booked in the Milwaukee County jail pending a felony charge and bail was set at $50,000. Sensabaugh was taken into custody on Monday around 11:00 p.m. while he live streamed his arrest by police on his Facebook (FB) account.

According to the police arrest document, Sensabaugh allegedly is accused of 3rd-degree sexual assault. 

Sensabaugh during the FB live stream identified the woman who filed a sexual assault complaint against him as Chandi LeSure. LeSure, 36, apparently took Sensabaugh's rental vehicle for four days and didn't return it and he also denied the sexual assault allegation against him.

LeSure posted the following statement on her FB account.

Another individual was arrested at the scene as well for interfering with Sensabaugh's arrest.

Sensabaugh is well known for his local activism and leading protests including marches during the Summer calling for police accountabilty,  reform and justice for numerous Black victims of police brutality and murder.

Sensabaugh also led a 791 mile walk from Milwaukee to Washington, D.C. for the August 28th commemoration of the 57th anniversary of the 1963 Civil rights march on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King gave the famous "I Have A Dream" speech.

Update: Frank Sensabaugh was released without charges on Friday, but the sexual assault complaint by Chandi LeSure is still under investigation and ongoing, according to the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office.

Another woman came out and alleged on her Facebook account posted video on November 20th that on August 23, 2020, Frank "Nitty" Sensabaugh sexually assaulted her in the bathroom of a hotel in Pennsylvania. The woman, Tiffany Rivera-Carrigan says that she is driving back to Pennsylvania to speak to a police detective and will be filing a sexual assault complaint against Sensabaugh. Rivera-Carrigan also says that she has a cellphone recorded conversation with Sensabaugh where he admitted of sexually assaulting her.


Milwaukee police arrested Arthur Von Morgan, aka, Orsino Morgan, 39, after he struck an officer in the head three times the night that Sensabaugh was taken into custody. Morgan was charged on Friday, November 20th with one felony count for battery to a law enforcement officer. If convicted, Morgan is facing up to 6 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines.


Sunday, November 15, 2020

MPS District 6th Board Member Tony Báez Announced HIs Retirement And Won't Seek Re-election In 2021

Báez, Milwaukee Public Schools board member won't seek re-election.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 15, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - On Sunday, Tony Báez, Milwaukee Public Schools board member from District 6th confirmed that he will not seek re-election in April 6, 2021.

Báez released the following statement, "I am retiring from the MPS board, but not from educational advocacy at the local community level. I will continue to support progressive actions by MPS board members that protect and grow public education; improve the learning of our students; protect and advance the interests of MPS employees, and that eradicate racism and inequality. Equity and anti-racism must be a concern of us all; our public schools must be a bastion of humanity that meaningfully gives voice to its members, ensures input, and advances social and racial justice for our students, parents, employees, and the community.  We must continue to ensure that public schools are truly democratic institutions!"

Saturday, November 14, 2020

Facebook Video Showed Serb Hall Manager Nicholas Alioto Shoved To The Ground By MAGAs After Attempting To Enforce Safe Practice Distancing At The Outdoor "Defend Your Vote" Part 2 Rally In Milwaukee




Alioto who voted for Trump in the November 3rd election claims that he was assaulted by MAGAs during an outdoor event after attempting to enforce distancing at crowed venue.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 14, 2020

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Saturday, Milwaukee police arrested one individual after Nicholas Alioto, the manager of Serb Hall at the 5100 block of W. Oklahoma Ave. was assaulted by multiple individuals (MAGAs - Make America Great Again/Keep America Great) after attempting to enforce the City of Milwaukee Health Department COVID-19 restrictions such as distancing at a crowed outdoor event "Defend Your Vote" part 2 venue. At least, 500 MAGAs including former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and the Republican Party of Milwaukee County (RPMC) Chair David Karst were present. The RPMC sponsored the outdoor rally.

Alioto claims that he was shoved to the ground and kicked several times by individuals at the Trump supporting event. Alioto is heard in the Facebook video (video made available by photojournalist Jade Birch, first aired by Fox6News) telling the crowd to "sit down", in order to practice distancing or he would stop the Trump rally venue to avoid losing Serb Hall's business license.

Apparently, two Milwaukee City Health inspectors were present at the outdoor parking lot venue and one was reported to have been assaulted (pushed by MAGAs) as well, according to a spokesperson from the Milwaukee Health Department. The City of Milwaukee Health Department inspectors were at the rally to enforce bar and restaurant outdoor COVID-19 seat down restrictions and facemask requirements to operate.

WISN Radio Host and known MAGA Vicki McKenna, a guest speaker defied the Milwaukee health officials at the rally and told Trump rally participants to "stand up" in violation of the COVID-19 order, which mandates that those attending an outdoor gathering in restaurants and bars should remain seated to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Most of the participants at the Serb Hall MAGA/GOP rally didn't wear a facemask as required by City health officials at restaurant and bar venues, especially political gatherings at local businesses.

In Milwaukee, outdoor seating capacity at restaurants and bars is 100 capacity and people must remain seating and wear facemasks when not eating or drinking, according to the local health officials and City ordinance.

Serb Hall will allegedly be cited with multiple $500 fines (3 citations) for violating  the City's COVID-19 safe practice restrictions during the pandemic business operating conditions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The MAGAs at the venue ignored Alioto's warning and the venue abruptly ended after police responded to the scene.

The rally participants then walked into the street along with Clarke to protest Biden's election and the City's COVID-19 outdoor restrictions.

The MAGAs in Wisconsin including in Milwaukee are upset that Trump (R) was defeated by Biden (D) in Wisconsin (Biden won 10 Electoral votes in WI) and who received a total of 306 Electoral votes nationally compared to Trump's mere 232 Electoral votes, 270 Electoral votes are needed to win the U.S. presidential election in 2020.

Trump lost his bid to get re-elected on November 3rd and America overwhelmingly rejected Trump's racist anti-immigrant stance and hate rhetoric towards people of color, especially Latinos, including his White nationalist MAGA Amerikkka agenda.

Update: According to WisconsinRightNow dot com., Perfecto Rivera, WHEDA's Business Development Officer, former Republican candidate for Congress District 4th (2006) and talkshow host at WISN-AM 1130 Radio "Valor Latino", since 2005 admitted that, “He said I pushed him and stole his microphone out of his hand and then other people were kicking him. I never touched his body. I did tear the microphone out of his hand. At that point, he was stealing our voice. That was my freedom of speech. When I took the microphone away. I laid it on the table where the power source was. It happened suddenly. I didn’t hurt the guy.” 

 During the incident, says Rivera, Alioto “attacked me and tried to choke me. I could feel it. The lack of his strength though in trying to choke me, I just walked away from it. He was trying to put his hands around my throat, and people were trying to pull him away from me. I didn’t see if he fell.” 



A newly released video by WisconsinRightNow from a different angle shows Rivera grabbing the microphone away from Alioto and Alioto grabbing Rivera by the neck as Rivera attempts to turn away. Another individual wearing a dark beanie cap and red shirt and black jacket is seen grabbing a hold of Alioto and pulling to side as Alioto loses his balance. Apparently, former Sheriff Clarke had told the crowd to stand up too and called for a Proud Boys chapter in Wisconsin. The Proud Boys are known as an alt-right White nationalist militia group. 

What Rivera and the rest of crowd at the rally didn't seemed to know was that Alioto is also a MAGA Trump supporter and voted for Trump on November 3rd. 

It seems that the MAGAs were attacking the very same individual that allowed them to hold a pro-Trump rally at Serb Hall.


Editors note: It's unfortunate that MAGAs are attacking MAGAs today in Milwaukee as the result of Trump's major defeat by Biden on the November 3rd election and not respecting the rights of private businesses in complying with the Milwaukee Health Department and City ordinance that regulates huge gatherings at political outdoor venues at local restaurants and bars. 

Shame on former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and Vickie McKenna for telling people to standup in order to defy the seating down City mandate and Perfecto Rivera for being part of the incident at Serb Hall including the Republican Party of Milwaukee County for booking the pro-Trump rally knowing that the COVID-19 outdoor restrictions would be enforced in Milwaukee and not abiding by the health department's order and City ordinance regulating huge political gatherings during the Coronavirus pandemic and especially not making sure that MAGAs attending were made aware to wear facemasks at the rally, which could prevent a surge of COVID-19.


Friday, November 13, 2020

Three MAGA Trump Supporters File Frivolous Federal Lawsuit To Exclude Absentee Ballots From Three Counties That Include Milwaukee, Dane And Menomonie, Which Biden Won In Wisconsin

Three Trump Make America Great Again/Keep America Great (MAGA) defendants identified in the case filed a federal lawsuit seeking to reject certain absentee ballots from three Wisconsin counties that gave Biden a victory.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 13, 2020

Green Bay, Wisconsin - On Thursday, Michael Langenhorst, Michael S. LeMay and Stephen Fifrick from Wisconsin filed a frivolous federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, Green Bay Division claiming without any evidence that absentee ballots cast for the November 3rd election in three counties, Milwaukee, Dane and Menomonie should be excluded from certification for voter irregularities that includes absentee ballots tainted with widespread fraud and some were cast without proper vertification of a state ID requirement and the lack of witnesses address vertification violating state law due to being confined at home during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The three defendants failed to provide any evidence to support their claims.

Biden won Wisconsin's 10 Electoral votes by more than 20,000 votes defeating Trump who won the state in 2016. A majority of Latinos, African-Americans, Native Americans including Whites with a cross section of Democrats, Independents and Republicans voted for Biden.


Update: The three Trump supporting plaintiffs, Michael Langenhorst, Michael S. LeMay and Stephen Fifrick from Wisconsin who filed a frivolous federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, Green Bay Division claiming without any evidence that absentee ballots cast for the November 3rd election in three counties, Milwaukee, Dane and Menomonie bypassed state law dropped their lawsuit on Monday, November 16, 2020 after failing to provide evidence to support claims in their case.


Monday, November 9, 2020

Dominick Black Intentionally Bought An S&W AR-15 By Strawpurchase For Alleged 17-year-old Murderer Kyle Rittenhouse Who Supplied The Cash

Rittenhouse gave cash to Black for the purchase of a deadly weapon through a syrawpurchase transaction.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 9, 2020

Kenosha, WI - Dominick Black, 19, of Kenosha was charged with two felony counts for intent to sell a dangerous weapon to a person under 18 in a strawpurchase transaction between Black and accused murderer Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, of Antioch, Illinois. If convicted, Black is facing up to 10 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines for each count. A cash bond for Black was set at $2,500 on Monday.

Rittenhouse confessed to police that he paid Black cash to purchase the Smith & Wesson AR-15 for him and Black admitted to police that he intentionally bought the weapon for Rittenhouse and both agreed to keep the weapon at Black's residence, since it was registered to him.

According to the criminal complaint, Black purchased the Smith & Wesson M&P 15 rifle at the Ladysmith Ace Home Center on May 2, 2020 in Ladysmith, Wisconsin.

Rittenhouse was extradited to Wisconsin to face multiple felony counts that include two counts of first-degree intentional homicide with use of a dangerous weapon; first-degree reckless homicide with use of dangerous weapon; two counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety with use of a dangerous weapon; attempted first-degree intentional homicide with use of a dangerous weapon and possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. If convicted on all charges, Rittenhouse is facing multiple life terms in prison without the possibility of parole. A $2,000,000 cash bail was set for Rittenhouse.

According to the criminal complaint, Rittenhouse intentionally murdered several victims identified as Anthony Huber, 26, of Silver Lake, Wisconsin (WI) who was fatally shot in the chest; Joseph "Jojo" Rosenbaum, 36, of Kenosha, WI who was fatally shot in the head and Gaige Grosskreutz, 26, of West Allis, WI was shot in his right arm while attempting to disarm Rittenhouse, a White vigilante and domestic terrorist who had fled the homicide crime scene after killing Rosenbaum in cold blood.

The shooting victims were at a Kenosha protest with hundreds of peaceful protesters seeking accountability for the Jacob Blake shooting by Kenosha Police Officer Rusten T. Sheskey who shot Blake 7 times in the back while he arrempted to return to his vehicle as his children watched in horror. Blake is now paralyzed from the waist down and it is not known, if he will be permanently paralyzed.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Joe Biden Defeats Trump In The November 2020 Election

Latino MAGAs for Trump failed to re-elected him for a second term to the U.S. Presidency as Biden will become the 46th President and Kamala Harris, the first female of color to become the next Vice-president of the U.S.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 7, 2020

Washington, D.C. - On Saturday, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden, 77, was projected the winner of the November 3rd U.S. Presidential election 2020 by CNN after receiving more than 270 Electoral votes after Pennsylvania declared Biden the winner. Also Biden's Vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris, 56, will become the first woman of color (Black/Southeastern Asian descent) to be elected.

Both U.S. President Donald Trump and his Vice-president Michael Pence were rejected by the majority Latino and African-American voters in the U.S. Latinos (MAGAs-Make America Great Again/Keep America Great) for Trump in Wisconsin failed to turnout the Hispanic vote for Trump including Michigan.

Biden received the majority of the Latino vote nationally with 74% of the Mexican-American vote compared to Trump who received at least 23% of the vote, according to exit polls by Latino Decisions (LD) dot com.

The breakdown according to LD, Biden received 70% of the Puerto Rican vote compared to Trump who received 26%of the vote.

Democracy Now dot org. reported that, Twenty-point-six million Latinos went to the polls in this election. That’s 64% of the 32 million eligible Latino voters, while in previous election cycles the turnout had been routinely below 50%. In raw numbers, 8 million more Latinos voted this year than in 2016. That’s a 63% increase over the last presidential elections.

In Wisconsin, Hispanics rejected Trump and they were instrumental in electing Biden/Harris. At least 135,000 eligible Latinos voted and Biden won with more than 20,000 votes giving Biden 10 Electoral votes in Wisconsin.

The Latino MAGAs for Trump in August 2019 created a fake Latino MAGA Facebook page in Wisconsin to promote Nazi propaganda including hate and to target Latino community activists and had also opened a Latinos for Trump campaign office (700 block of W. Historic Mitchell Street) in the Southside of Milwaukee where the predominantly Latino community resides, but Trump and the Latinos for Trump were chastised and rejected by the majority of the community for supporting Trump who is well known as a pathological liar with more than 20,500 lies and mistruths since, being at the White House and for his anti-Latino immigrant rants including hate and racist rhetoric targeted at immigrants of color.

Trump had prematurely claimed victory in getting re-elected after the November 3rd election and failed to realized that the majority of Latinos including African-Americans and White American eligible voters in the U.S. had rejected him and his White nationalist administration.


Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Democrats Win In Both The 8th And 9th Wisconsin State Assembly Districts In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Democrats Ortiz-Velez and Cabrera defeated Republicans in the Southside of Milwaukee.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 3, 2020

WI: On Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election, the projected winners in the Wisconsin State Assembly Districts in the 8th District is Sylvia Ortiz-Velez (D-Milw.) who defeated Angel Sanchez (R-Milw.) and in the 9th District is Marisabel Cabrera (D-Milw.) who easily defeated Veronica Diaz (R-Milw.). Both Districts are located in the predominantly Hispanic community and are Democratic strongholds.

Jimmy Anderson (D-Fitchburg), a Hispanic won re-election in the WI State Assembly 47th District. 

Also, two Republican Wisconsin State Assembly legislators, both Latinas were elected. Rachael Cabral-Guevara (R-Appleton) in the 55th District and Yesenia Eldermira Rodriguez, aka, "Jessie Rodriguez" won re-election in the 21th District.


Monday, November 2, 2020

Melania Zavala-Espino Charged With Felony For Aiding Her Son Diego Zavala And A Male Accomplice To Avoid Prosecution For The October Homicide Of Brayan Anguiano Perez In Milwaukee

Zavala-Espino's son,  Diego fled to the California-Mexico border with an accomplice by Greyhound bus after being allegedly involved in the Brayan Anguiano Perez October homicide, according to Milwaukee police.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 2, 2020

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Monday, Melania Zavala-Espino, 40, of Milwaukee appeared in a preliminary Milwaukee County Circuit Court vitual hearing in connection for aiding her son, Diego Zavala, 19, and an unknown male accomplice to flee from felony prosecution for the October 18, 2020 homicide of Brayan Anguiano Perez, 17, at the 800 block of W. Rogers Street in Milwaukee. Zavala-Espino is charged with one felony count for haboring and aiding a felon. If convicted, Zavala-Espino is facing up to 10 years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines. A $10,000 cash bail was set for Zavala-Espino. An arraignment court virtual hearing was set for November 11th.

According to the criminal complaint, Zavala-Espino was seen aiding her son, Diego an an unknown male suspect to flee Milwaukee to avoid prosecution for a homicide. She was video surveillance recorded leaving with her son and an unknown suspect carrying a suitcase and a backpack from her residence at the 700 block of W. Rogers. 

Zavala-Espino lied multiple times to police investigators about the whereabouts of her son. She finally confessed that she bought two Greyhound bus tickets with fake names for Diego and his friend who were also caught by video surveillance footage being involved in an altercation with a group including Anguiano Perez. According to police, Diego was seen firing a gun at the group, which resulted in the death of Anguiano Perez. The 17-year-old victim was shot once in the lower abdomen. A witness from the group with Anguiano Perez also identified Diego as the main shooter.

During the preliminary hearing, it was also mentioned that the group in which Anguiano Perez was with returned fire, but no video surveillance camera recorded the incident, but it did record the group when they moved into the surveillance camera recording area after the shooting incident.

A second video surveillance camera in the area recorded both Diego and his friend run to the 700 block of W. Rogers where he lived after the shooting incident. Diego told his mother that a shooting altercation had just occurred between them and another group. Zavala-Espino then bought two one-way Greyhound bus tickets to the California-Mexico border with fake names for Diego and his friend. Diego and his unknown friend are believed to have fled into Mexico to a avoid prosecution.

Diego nor his friend have not been officially charged with felony homicide, but charges are pending. A warrant is expected to be issued for Diego and his accomplice.

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Record Set In Wisconsin, 5,262 COVID-19 Cases Reported By The WIDHS And Milwaukee Health Department Sets New Restrictions To Combat Virus Surge

City of Milwaukee Health Department issues new COVID-19 restrictions under Phase 4.2 Order to deal with the current virus pandemic surge.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 27, 2020

Under the new order, which goes into effect Thursday, October 29, 2020, public gatherings are limited to 25% of the site's capacity, or a maximum of 10 people at an indoor event and a maximum of 25 people at an outdoor event, excluding employees. Religious and political gatherings are restricted at 100 people. 

Dance floors are prohibited.

Restaurants and bars without approved COVID-19 safety plans are also required to limit both indoor and outdoor capacity to 25%.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WIDHS) reported that, it took 7 1/2 months to reach 100,000 COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin and the cases more than doubled (206k) in just 36 days under the Republican controlled legislature and GOP with 1,852 reported deaths as a result of the COVID-19 virus in the state, which the GOP challenged every public health restriction to slow down the surge and spread of COVID-19 that Gov. Tony Evers (D) implemented by limiting indoor gatherings at restaurants, bars and etc., urged the practice of distancing and to wear a facemask.

Of the 574 COVID+ deaths in Milwaukee  County investigated, 15 had no known co-morbidities, the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office reported on Thursday.

Also, U.S. hits 7-day highest of COVID-19 case, since the pandemic began.

Health experts say, the resurgence of cases that they have warned would strike in the fall and in the winter months of 2020-2021 could be worse than the U.S. has seen so far.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

17-year-old Brayan Anguiano Perez Fatally Shot In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Suspect or suspects are being sought by police for the homicide of 17-year-old Anguiano Perez.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 22, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee Police are investigating a homicide which occurred in the 800 block of W. Rodgers Street on October 18, 2020 at about 12:35 a.m. Witnesses heard about 4-5 gunshots. The police arrived to find Brayan Anguiano Perez, 17, with multiple gunshot wounds. The shooting victim succumbed to his injuries. 

Police are looking for the unknown suspects. The circumstances leading up to the shooting are under investigation, according to police.

In an unrelated shooting, Milwaukee police are investigating a nonfatal shooting that occurred on Monday, October 19, 2020 around 7:00 p.m. at the 1400 block of W. Forest Home Ave. in Milwaukee's Southside.

A 19-year-old male victim was reported shot and taken to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Police continue the investigation to learn what triggered the shooting and to locate the shooting suspect.

In an unrelated shooting, Milwaukee police are investigating a nonfatal shooting that occurred on Monday, October 19, 2020 around 7:00 p.m. at the 1400 block of W. Forest Home Ave. in Milwaukee's Southside.

A 19-year-old male victim was reported shot and taken to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Police continue the investigation to learn what triggered the shooting and to locate the shooting suspect.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Alicia A. Ojeda, Facing Two Felony Counts Of Reckless Homicide For The Fatal Crash Deaths Of Teresa And Luis Contreras In Milwaukee

The couple killed in a two vehicle crash in the Southside of Milwaukee identified.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 21, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - A Milwaukee couple killed during a fatal crash on Saturday in the Southside of Milwaukee at the 5200 block of S. 27th Street have been identified as Teresa Contreras, 50, and Luis Contreras, 48, according to family members. 

Milwaukee police reported that Alicia A. Ojeda, 34, was driving at a high rate of speed (more than 75mph on a 40mph speed zone) and fatally struck the Contreras' vehicle and both Luis who was the driver of the second vehicle and his wife Teresa died at the scene around 8:33 p.m. The Contreras couple was headed home at the time of the fatal crash.

Ojeda was taken to a local hospital and survived the crash. She was taken into custody.

Ojeda was charged on Wednesday with two felony counts for 2nd-degree reckless homicide, she is facing up to 25 years in prison and $100,000 in fines for each count and two felony counts for knownly operating a vehicle under suspension causing death, she is facing up to 6 years in prison and $10,000 in fines for each count, if convicted. 

Teresa and a group from Mujeres Con Poder de Transformacion Social program on Saturday were presented with a Milwaukee County Citation by Milwaukee County Supervisor Sylvia Ortiz-Velez for their tireless efforts to get at least 92 recycling bins for Milwaukee County Parks and Kosciusko Park in the Southside of Milwaukee. 

Teresa worked with CORE el Centro in the Southside of Milwaukee for 16 years; she started in the role of coordinator of the Children's Program, became a Zumba instructor, and most recently was the Manager of the Mujeres Con Poder Program, according to CORE El Centro, a non-profit organization.


Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Julio Cesar Gumeta Ramos, A WI DACA Recipient Facing ICE Hold After Milwaukee County Conviction For OWI-2

Gameta Ramos is currently being held at the Milwaukee County House of Correction for a OWI-2 conviction and has a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold to face deportation proceedings, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 20, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - Julio Cesar Gumeta Ramos, 27, a registered Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient in Wisconsin pleaded guilty in September to a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, second offense (OWI-2) and was sentenced to 12-months in the Milwaukee County House of Correction (HOC), which sentence was stayed by the presiding judge and probation imposed with 20-days to be served at the HOC. Gumeta Ramos is now facing a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) hold for deportation proceedings after he completes his sentence,  according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office. Gumeta Ramos was ordered by Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Kiefer to turn himself in on October 10th to begin his sentence at the HOC.

Gumeta Ramos is currently facing deportation due to his second misdemeanor conviction for OWI and under federal immigration laws, he is subject for deportation due to his 12-month sentence. If Gumeta Ramos would have been sentence less than 12-months for his conviction, he would have been eligible for release and remain as a DACA recipient. It is not clear, if Gumeta Ramos was advised by his attorney that by pleading guilty for the misdemeanor OWI-2, he would be subject for deportation under immigration federal laws signed into law by former President Bill Clinton (D).

Also, deportation proceedings apply to any Green Card permanent resident legally in the country and not a U.S. Citizen, if convicted for a misdemeanor crime and was imposed a 12-month sentence even, if the sentence is stayed or placed on probation.

According to Milwaukee County Court records, Judge Kiefer didn't advised Gumeta Ramos that, if he pleaded guilty, he would be subject for deportation.

Gumeta Ramos as a DACA recipient was able to qualify for a valid driver's license in Wisconsin, but his license was suspended on August 2019 after failing to pay a June 2019 citation fine for failure to keep vehicle under control, according to court records.

On October 12, 2019, Gumeta Ramos was cited for OWI, operating vehicle without insurance and refusal to submit to a sobriety test, according to the City of Milwaukee Municipal court records.

The Ayuda Mutua MKE Facebook page claims that Gumeta Ramos is not receiving his medication at the HOC and has launched a campaign to help release Gumeta Ramos from County custody, but an ICE hold would make it impossible for his release during the Coronavirus pandemic. 

Ayuda Mutua MKE posted on Sunday that, "Julio Gumeta is a DACA recipient that has supported our communities and families. Demand County Executive David Crowley and your Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors to release Julio immediately!"

"House of Corrections is not providing him his medication..."

Gumeta Ramos is also known as an immigrant rights activist from Milwaukee.

Friday, October 16, 2020

A Felony Warrant Has Been Issued For The Arrest Of Theodore Edgecomb For The Murder Of Jason T. Cleereman In Milwaukee

Edgecomb remains on the run from police for the murder of homicide victim, Cleereman.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 16, 2020

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On October 2, 2020, Theodore Edgecomb, 30, was charged with one felony count for 1st-degree reckless homicide,  including use of a dangerous weapon, one felony count for bail jumping and one misdemeanor count for bail jumping in the September 22, 2020 homicide of Jason T. Cleereman, 54, an immigration and divorce attorney was fatally shot by Edgecomb in an apparent road rage around at E. Brady St. and N. Holton St., according to Milwaukee police.

If convicted on all counts, Edgecomb is facing up to 60 years in prison on the first count, up to 6 years in prison and $10,000 in fines on the second count and up to 9 months and $10,000 in fines for the third count.

Cleereman was the passenger of a vehicle whose wife was the driver and she witnessed the shooting.

Cleereman practiced law for 22 years and was the former Chairman of the Southside Organizing Center (SOC) and an active Board member, according to SOC.

According to the criminal complaint, Edgecomb is being sought by police and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Cleereman's wife told police that Edgecomb was riding his bicycle Westbound on the Eastbound side of the street as she was headed East and almost struck him. Cleereman reacted and made a comment.

While stopped at the corner, Edgecomb caught up with the victims and he got close and asked Cleereman, if he had said something about him and then struck Cleereman. Cleereman got out of the vehicle and confronted Edgecomb as he took out a gun and fired at Cleereman fatally striking him in the head. Cleereman's wife tried to warn her husband that Edgecomb had a gun, but Cleereman didn't hear his wife's warning and got killed.

Edgecomb remains on the run, but his bicycle was found at his home. Police followed a trail of security cameras in the area, which footage showed where Edgecomb was headed too after the shooting.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Local Beloved Milwaukee Southside Handyman Francisco "Fran" Rodriguez Found Deceased At Residence



The body of Francisco "Fran" Rodriguez was discovered in his apartment after missing for a week.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 15, 2020

Milwaukee, WI - The body of Francisco "Fran" Rodriguez, 65, was found on Friday, October 9, 2020 at his apartment at the 1500 block of W. National Ave. after he went missing for a week, according to friends. Fran was a well known beloved handyman in the Southside of Milwaukee, especially on S. Cesar E. Chavez Dr. He loved to dance to Puerto Rican music in public, enjoyed Hispanic events including roasting lechon (pork) and enjoyed his life to the fullest.

Fran was originally from Salinas, Puerto Rico.

Eduardo Velez, the former owner of E&J Records at the 1200 block of S. Chavez Drive in Milwaukee says, that he will dearly miss Fran and he loved him like a brother.

Also friends and family are mourning his loss of life.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office is doing an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

OCFSD Continues Partial In-person Student Attendance Despite Their 350 COVID-19 Phase Threshold Rate For Full Virtual Learning Is Surpassed By 372.6 Cases Per 100,000 In Population, Student Parents Claim

The Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School Districts Board is allegedly reconsidering its COVID-19 threshold phase of 350 infection rate per 100,000 of the population to go into full virtual learning and keeping its students safe from the pandemic surge in Milwaukee County including Oak Creek and Franklin.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 14, 2020

Oak Creek, WI - Student parents of the Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School Districts (OCFSD) are claiming in social media that the school Board is reconsidering changing its current COVID-19 phase threshold rate of 350 positive cases per 100,000 of the local population in order not to go into full virtual learning to keep the students safe from infection and spreading the virus to their families including relatives and the local population.

The Oak Creek Health Department testing results indicated that at least 372.6 positive COVID-19 cases per 100,000 in the local population have been reported. Which surpassed the OCFSD own threshold of 350 cases on its COVID-19 phase threshold to go into full virtual learning. Apparently, the OCFSD has failed to follow its own COVID-19 threshold guidelines to protect students and staff (including teachers) from getting infected and causing a surge of the virus within the school district to keep the students enrolled in the partial in-person attendance instead of going full virtual learning. Its pure negligence by the school Board to continue operating as is when COVID-19 positive cases have surpassed the OCFSD own threshold guidelines.

The OCFSD COVID-19 data dashboard cases for October 9, 2020 indicated that 7 students tested active positive for the virus, 93 students were in quarantine, there were 2 staff active virus cases and 7 staff in quarantine. 

The OCFSD COVID-19 data dashboard case update for October 15, 2020 indicated that 15 students tested active positive for the virus, 230 students were in quarantine, there were 4 staff active virus cases and 50 staff in quarantine.

The students who tested positive and those in quarantine were identified by assigned school, but the staff testing positive and in quarantine weren't identified by assigned school indicating a double standard used by the school Board.

By the OCFSD own threshold guidelines, the school districts should have been placed on full virtual learning until the threshold COVID-19 cases show a decrease to continue partial in-person attendance, according to parents.

One parent in an email to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) wrote, "I read the school board minutes for the Special Meeting on Sep 8 that included potential updates to phased entry and re-entry criteria. That update summarizes part of the discussion held at the Aug 24 board committee meeting RE: the district dashboard. It says:

"The Board specifically discussed Percent Positivity and how it could be influenced by factors such as interruptions to the amount of testing materials available, total tests being conducted in our community, decisions to only test people experiencing symptoms, and a variety of other factors which may influence the viability of Percent Positivity as binding criteria for transitioning between phases of instruction.  Board President Carini subsequently added this Special Meeting."

"So they want to propose focus on the "disease burden" (cases per 100,000 residents). Ok, fine. However, during this same week they add an additional risk category called "Critical" to the disease burden charts making the City's case load appear like it's in a lower risk category when things are still flaring out of control here. Bottom line, they are moving the goalposts to suit the board's aim: returning to full time, in-person instruction. This is why we gotta get out of this defunded, right-wing district."

So far, at least more than 215,000 people in the U.S. have died from complications with COVID-19 and more than 7.83M positive cases have been reported.

In Wisconsin, at least 152,578 positive COVID-19 cases have been reported and 1,536 deaths have been confirmed, by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, since the Coronavirus outbreak nationally.

In Milwaukee County, at least 32,383 COVID-19 cases have been reported and 439 deaths.

The City of Oak Creek COVID-19 Status Dashboard data, since the last update (10/6/2020) reported, 37 new cases, 1,045 positive cases of 9,616 total of individuals tested with 23 deaths and they're at least 109 cases active.

The City of Franklin, Wisconsin Health Department COVID-19 Status Dashboard data, since last update (10/14/2020) reported, 933 positive cases of 12,643 total individual tests, 14 positive cases, since last update, with 102 active cases of 933 and 12 deaths reported.


Update : On Thursday, the Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School Districts (OCFSD) Board on a vote of 4-3 will go to all virtual learning on Monday, October 19, 2020 for at least two weeks after experiencing a surge of infected students (19 infected and 230 quarantine) and staff (4 infected and 50 quarantine) as of 10/15/2020, according to the OCFSD Dashboard Status data.