Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Santos M. Solier And Bryell C. Bonds Charged For The March 29th Homicide Of Richard L. Alva Jr. In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Both Solier and Bonds have been charged with the homicide of Alva Jr.

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

September 29, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On March 29, 2021, Milwaukee police responded to a shooting scene just after 5:05a.m. near the 2300 block of W. Scott Street in the Southside of Milwaukee and found Richard L. Alva Jr., 34, critically shot. Alva died and police were able to recover video surveillance footage from cameras in the area and were able to identify the suspects involved in the homicide.

According to the criminal complaint, police recovered several video surveillance footage from the immediate area that showed Alva and both Bonds and Solier talking near an SUV for awhile. Then Bonds and Solier backed up with extended arms with firearms while also firing multiple gunshots at Alva who was unarmed. The suspects then fled the scene.

A woman who accompanied Alva told police that she and Alva were at a bar and one of the suspects had gotten into an argument with Alva.

Police recovered 10 spent cartridges where Alva was fatally shot.

Both Santos M. Solier, 24, and Bryell C. Bonds, 25, were charged each with 1st-degree intentional homicide and party to a crime. If convicted, both Solier and Bonds are facing life in prison each without the possibility of parole. Bond for Solier was set at $210,000 and Bonds was set at $150,000, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.

Solier was taken into custody in July and Bonds in May.

Next court hearing is on October 21.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

IRC Proposing Several Milwaukee County Legislative Map Districts That Attempts To Create Majority Hispanic Districts In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Milwaukee County eligible voting residents in the Southside of Milwaukee could get a two Hispanic-majority districts or three Hispanic-majority districts. 

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

September 23, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - The Office of Milwaukee County Supervisor Sylvia Ortiz-Velez announced  that on Thursday, September 23, at 7:00 p.m., the Independent Redistricting Committee (IRC) will meet to consider finalizing a legislative map for Milwaukee County. In the IRC agenda item 3, two maps identified as Map E and Map F create Hispanic majority districts. For example, Map E creates two Hispanic-majority districts (9 and 13) of 70.1% and 66.7%, which meet statistical standards set in case law to ensure that Hispanic voters can choose their preferred candidate, over the preferred candidate of non-Hispanic voters in the district. Map E also keeps important community boundaries in mind, notably by including the Domes in one of the districts and excluding neighborhoods in Walker's Point that have become increasingly White in the last decade.

According to the IRC, Map F attempts to create 3 Hispanic-majority districts (9, 11, and 13), but only creates one 70% Hispanic district, and two that are Hispanic-plurality (which means that Hispanics are the largest voting group in the district, but do NOT make up 50% of the eligible voters). 

Thursday's IRC public hearing begins at 7 p.m. and will be held virtually. 

Anyone who wishes to appear before the Independent Redistricting Committee and provide their input on the proposed political districts is welcome to sign up on the County Clerk's web site.

Milwaukee Southside Homicide Victim Found Inside Burnt Vehicle Identified As Senora Taylor

Taylor was discovered inside a burnt vehicle in the Southside of Milwaukee and police are investigating the case as a homicide.

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

September 23, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, Milwaukee police and the Milwaukee Fire Department were called to the 2700 block of S. 16 Street around 8:10p.m. after a vehicle on fire was reported. When the blaze was put out, first responders discovered the deceased burnt body of Senora Mitchelle Taylor, 25, after the blaze was put out.

Police suspect that Taylor was killed and the vehicle she was found in had been set on fire to destroy evidence of the crime. The cause of the vehicle fire and events leading up to it remain under investigation, according to police.

According to Wisconsin court records, Taylor was charged in Milwaukee County on June 30, 2020 with two felony counts for armed robbery and bail jumping, she pleaded guilty in August to both felony counts and was facing up to 40 years in prison and up to $100,000 in fines for the 1st count and up to 6 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines on the 2nd count and she was awaiting sentencing this November. 

Two other felony charges for possession of narcotics and for robbery with threat of force were dismissed in 2020, according to court records.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Petition Circulating For An FBI Investigation Into Full-scale Corruption, Alleged Crimes, Evidence Of Crimes And Misconduct By Police, Judge, Attorney And The WHHS In Waukesha County

A Change dot org petition posted (link: on Facebook alleged a full-scale corruption scheme of crimes and misconduct involving Waukesha police, a Waukesha County family court judge, an attorney and the Waukesha Health and Human Services, according to Julie Valadez, a domestic abuse wife who filed for divorce in Waukesha County just to become another victim by an alleged corrupt judge who funnels taxpayers money to an attorney.

Valadez has turned her personal Facebook account into a public platform to expose the judicial abuse while going through a difficult divorce that has taken a toll and her not being able to see her children by order of the court.

No woman should ever go through the overwhelming judicial abuse today while seeking a divorce remedy and fair justice in Wisconsin. Waukesha County family court Judge Michael J. Aprahamian has also failed to provide Julie with fair spousal support making it even harder for Julie to recover from an economic crisis.

The Valadez's petition asks for an FBI investigation into the allegations and says that she has the evidence to prove it, but so far, Waukesha County District Attorney Susan L. Opper and the Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul have failed to investigate after Valadez had contacted them. 

On September 20, 2021, Valadez filed a complaint against Waukesha County Judge Aprahamian with the Wisconsin Judiciary Committee claiming illegal acts that include "funneling money illegally to attorneys, concealing evidence, obstruction of justice, conspiring to have name forged on a federal stimulus check, violating federal ADA laws, violating federal HHS laws, lying on the record in court, obstructing access to public court proceedings and conspiracy to commit false imprisonment (the appellate court intervene with emergency stay as his actions are not lawful)" including other serious allegations.

Valadez has also filed a federal court case against Judge Aprahamian and attorney Molly J. Jasmer (Case: 2:21-cv-00795) claiming that Judge Aprahamian attempted to force her to sign a document when in fact Valadez had the option not to sign such a document under federal law. That case is pending and being heard by Magistrate Lyn Adelman in the Wisconsin Eastern District Court.

Valadez in the petition asks for public support and reads:

Investigation of Waukesha County Courthouse 

Investigation of allegations and evidence of corruption of tax dollars and GAL billing 

Investigate Molly Jasmer for alleged crimes in police reports and in Waukesha County case 2018FA296

Investigation of allegations and evidence of crimes committed by Michael J Aprahamian in case 2018FA296 

Investigation of allegations and evidence of corruption of Waukesha Police Department detective Rice and Fisher and Oremos 

Investigation of Robert Mueller for evidence of corruption allegations and evidence of Juvenile court.

Investigation of Waukesha Health and Human Services for allegation of corruption and misconduct as evidence contains. 

Prior article: 

Stay Granted In Finding Of Contempt Order By Waukesha County Judge Michael J. Aprahamian By Wisconsin Court Of Appeals For Temporary Relief Of Julie C. Valadez, A Domestic Abuse Victim In Divorce Proceedings

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Motorcycle Enthusiast 17-year-old Jose Luis Hurtado Died In Reported Southside Milwaukee Fatal Crash

Hurtado was pronounced deceased at the scene after losing control of his motorcycle and crashing into a parked vehicle.

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

September 18, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Friday, Milwaukee police and first responders were called to the 2400 block of S. 35 Street around 9:45p.m. where a motorcycle crash was reported. When first responders arrived at the scene, they found Jose Luis Hurtado, 17, aka, Luis Roman (El LR), critically injured and attempted life-saving measures, but were unsuccessful.

Police say that Hurtado lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a parked vehicle. The preliminary accident report indicates that speed could have been the factor of the crash. 

The fatal motorcycle crash investigation is ongoing, according to police.

According to the owner of the vehicle that got struck by the motorcycle in the accident, Hurtado's body ended up under the parked vehicle, instantly killing him after losing control of his motorcycle. 

Hurtado is survived by his young son Damien and immediate family.

Hurtado is originally from Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.

Friday, September 17, 2021

MATC President Announced That All Employees Will Be Required To Confirm Vaccination Status By October 31st

The vaccination status of employees will be confidential when reporting status in the secure Viewpoint system that is expected to be setup and running by September 27th.

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

September 17, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Dr. Vicki J. Martin, the President of the Milwaukee Area Technical College ( MATC) announced that all employees will be required to post their vaccination status on the secure Viewpoint system by Sunday, October 31st.

The secure Viewpoint system is expected to be setup and running by September 27th, according to Martin.

Martin also says that students will be encouraged to get vaccinated as well.

"Moving forward, the college anticipates requiring regular COVID-19 testing for unvaccinated individuals. And while we are not currently requiring the vaccine for employees, MATC anticipates pursuing this option if fewer than 80% of employees are vaccinated by October 31st. A vaccination requirement would include accommodations for approved medical and religious reasons," Martin stated in the announcement.

Milwaukee County Board Of Supervisors Are Required To Confirm Vaccination Status By October 11th To Attend Hybrid Meetings Under Frivolous Administrative Order

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson on Friday sent out an email requiring all supervisors, staff and the public attending hybrid meetings to confirm vaccination status.

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

September 17, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) learned that Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors received an email on Friday, September 10, 2021 by Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Marcelia Nicholson requiring all of the supervisors, staff and members of the public to confirm their vaccination status when attending any full County Board and committee in-person hybrid meetings. A hybrid meeting is when both in-person and online transmission (streaming) of a meeting occurs.

Chairwoman Nicholson also cited Administrative Order 21-3v1, which is the Vaccine Mandate for Milwaukee County dated September 2, 2021, which has not been approved by the Judiciary Committee mandated by state law Chapter 323.14 (1 )(b)(3).  However, HNNUSA discovered that the Vaccine Mandate doesn't require Milwaukee County board supervisors or the public to confirm their vaccination status when attending in-person hybrid meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, the recent County Executive order on vaccine requirements does not include elected officials (County Supervisors) nor members of the public.

Also, it seems that the Vaccine Mandate Administrative Order 21-3v1 by Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley could definitely be frivolous, since the Board of Supervisors began to meet virtually around June 2020, which Crowley can still create any Administrative Order dealing with emergency and sign it, then he would be required to submit the mandate to the Milwaukee County Board Judiciary Committee for consideration and approval, according to Chapter 99.03, which mandates that the Judiciary Committee is the correct committee to take action on emergency and related orders that the Milwaukee County executive issues.

The committee on judiciary, safety and general services of the county board is established as the standing committee of the county board that shall retain policy-making and rule-making powers in the establishment and development of county emergency management plans and programs under ch. 323, Wis. Stats.

Apparently, emergency and related orders submitted by County Executive Crowley have been processed by the Milwaukee County Finance Committee, which the Vaccine Mandate Administrative Order 21-3v1 was approved by passing the Judiciary Committee in violation of chapter 99.03.

What does it actually mean, well both Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Nicholson and Milwaukee County Executive Crowley has been violating chapter 99.03 and Nicholson hasn't stopped Crowley from issuing mandates dealing with emergency and related orders that are definitely frivolous (null and voided), since the full County Board has been meeting and any additional emergency Administrative Orders that have been passed previously are in violation of chapter 99.03.

Update: On Friday during the Milwaukee County Finance Committee meeting, the 21-803 resolution, which is a resolution calling upon the County Executive to establish a Milwaukee County policy requiring all Milwaukee County employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide incentives to do so was layed over on a vote of 4-3 for further inquiry to the legality whether the Finance Committee is authorized to take action on approval of such emergency resolutions.

Milwaukee County Supervisor Sylvia Ortiz-Velez before the Finance Committee vote publicly quoted Maggie Daun, the Corporation Counsel who wrote the following statement via email to Ortiz-Velez recently, “I apologize, I need to make a small correction: chapter 99.03 in its current form mandates that the Judiciary committee is the correct committee to take action on emergency and related orders issued by the CEX (County Executive).  I will advise the Chairwoman of this separately,” Daun wrote.

The 21-803 resolution cites other private and non-profit entries that have placed vaccine mandates on staff, employees and patrons, but it doesn't cite any existing lawful state or federal mandates to create such a vaccine mandate policy by a local or County government requiring elected officials and members of the public to follow such a mandate.

If 21-803 is passed without clarification, modification in order to avoid any civil rights violations to members of the general public, it would create a liability.

The Civil Rights Act Title 2 says "All persons shall be entitled to the full in equal enjoyment of goods and services facilities and privileges advantages in accommodations of any place of public accommodation, as defined in the section without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, RELIGION, or national origin.

Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) has also learned on September 21, 2021 that Marcelia Nicholson, Chairwoman of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors is expected to retract her requirement for Supervisors and the general public attending hybrid County meetings from confirming vaccination status. The Vaccine Mandate 21-3v1 by Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley will now be sent to the Milwaukee County Judiciary Committee for review and Crowley's Administrative Orders dealing with emergency powers are now limited since, the full Board of Supervisors can convene, according to a credible source at the Milwaukee County Board.

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Milwaukee Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa Confirmed That She Isn't Happy That HNNUSA Published Her Sister's Criminal Record When She Ran For The State Assembly

Zamarripa says that she is done with HNNUSA for publishing her sister's criminal record when she ran for the State Assembly.

Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
September 16, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Thursday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) learned from Milwaukee Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa from the 8th Aldermanic District that she is done with HNNUSA after H. Nelson Goodson from HNNUSA as a courtesy said "hi" to Zamarripa who was attending the Hispanic Heritage Month event at the Deer District at Fiserv, The Mecca Sports Bar and Grill in downtown Milwaukee.

Ald. Zamarripa told Goodson that she wasn't to happy that HNNUSA had published JoAnna Bautch's criminal record when she ran as a candidate for the 8th Assembly District in Wisconsin.

Bautch was convicted in 2009 after pleading guilty to Pyramax Bank theft (theft-business setting) a misdemeanor charge of less than $2,500 and was ordered to pay $4,500 as a condition for probation, according to state court records. Bautch pleaded guilty and agreed to make restitution. She was an employee of the bank.

Bautch was sentenced to 9-months in jail in 2009, but the sentenced was stay and she was ordered to serve probation for 12-months.

Zamarripa told Goodson that HNNUSA did a "hit piece" on Bautch who was defeated by Sylvia Ortiz-Velez who became the State Representative for the 8th Assembly District. She also didn't want to continue to talk to Goodson who responded that Bautch's criminal record was "public record" and Zamarripa, the former State Assembly Representative for the 8th District wanted her sister to replace her in the State Assembly, but was unsuccessful.

Goodson told HNNUSA that he saw Zamarripa and while going by he said "hi" as a courtesy, but Zamarripa with an attitude told Goodson that she was also done with him and didn't want to continue talking. "It's unfortunate that her true colors came out, since I also live in Zamarripa's 8th Aldermanic District and voted for her to become an Alderwoman. But with the latest incident, I will no longer be casting my vote for Zamarripa and I would never recommend anyone to vote for her either. Since, I've known Zamarripa, she hasn't really done much to represent the community in the Assembly when she was in the State Assembly and hasn't done much to brag about in the 8th Aldermanic District either," said Goodson. 

Goodson also stated that, "Bautch should have made her criminal record public and Zamarripa should have known better to also advise Bautch to make it public in order to let the voters know, before the media reported it first." Do voters have a right to know the criminal record of any candidate running for public office?, of course they do, it's public record.

An article published by the Alverno Magazine dated December 15, 2020 included an interviewed with Bautch who discussed her criminal record after the election in 2020.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

UWM Student Emma Longacre Identified By Black Student Union For Using The "N-word" Including Making Racist And Homophobic Video Posts On Snapchat

The Black Student Union at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has identified an alleged White racist woman seen on a Snapchat video repeatedly saying the word "Nigger" and making homophobic comments, she is enrolled at the urban university.

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

September 15, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, the Black Student Union (BSU) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) posted a copy of a Snapchat video of user name Emma Longacre who repeatedly is saying the word "Nigger" that is deemed racist including making homophobic and offensive comments. The BSU reported the offensive and racist video to the UWM administration and want Longacre to face expulsion from the university.
UWM officials are investigating the incident and haven't confirmed, if any disciplinary action has taken place connected to any violation of the university's student code of conduct.

The Longacre's Snapchat video has been circulating on social media and the BSU also posted a copy on Tuesday of the racist video on their Facebook page.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

The Republican National Committee Who Supports Trump's Reelection Opened A Hispanic Community Center In The Southside Of Milwaukee For Recruitment

The RNC has opened a recruitment Hispanic Community Center in the Southside of Milwaukee ahead of the midterm elections during Hispanic Heritage Month.

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

September 14, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Tuesday, the Republican National Committee (RNC) who supports the reelection of Donald J. Trump as U.S. President and is infiltrated by a majority of Make Amerikkka Great Again/Keep Amerikkka Great (MAGA) cult of alleged insurrectionists announced that it has opened a RNC Hispanic Community (recruitment) Center (HCC) at 1310 W. Lincoln Ave. in Milwaukee.

The RNC will also open similar centers in other states where the predominantly Latino community resides in order to continue to promote a fascist agenda that is spear headed by Trump and his MAGA cult, which is under the guised of promoting a Conservative agenda, according to sources in the RNC/MAGA alliance.

Trump's agenda while he was at the White House promoted the gradual deportation of all undocumented immigrants and he also placed undocumented children in cages who crossed the border into the U.S. via Mexico. 

Trump made more than 40,000 confirmed lies and mistruths including the "Big Lie" that the election was stolen, no proof of election fraud was ever proven in frivolous filed federal court lawsuits. 

Trump and his White nationalist administration including the MAGA cult was rejected by a majority of the American electorate last November 2020. Joe Biden overwhelmingly won by more than 81M votes with a majority of 306 of the Electoral vote, which Trump only received a mere 232.

The RNC/MAGA alliance are known to be anti-sanctuary cities, doesn't support undocumented immigrants who are hardworking taxpayers in Wisconsin and other parts of the U.S. to be allowed to get driver licenses or driving permits as a safety issue for safe roads, doesn't support a Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill with a pathway to citizenship for more than 13M undocumented immigrants in the U.S. and the RNC/MAGA didn't support for undocumented taxpayers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to receive a stimulus check.

In Milwaukee, the majority of eligible voting registered  Latinos rejected former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R/MAGA), former Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (R/MAGA) in 2019 including Trump in the November 2020 election.

The executive director of the RNC/MAGA Community Center in the Southside of Milwaukee is Patricia "Pati" Concha. Also, according to inside sources, both known MAGAs Mario Herrera, aka, La Mari and Dawn Maldonado, aka, Damaris Perez, La Convicta will volunteer at the RNC Community Center to recruit Hispanics as R/MAGAs. Herrera, the former Hispanic Outreach Director of the Republican Party of Wisconsin and Maldonado who was convicted in Racine County in 2000 for two counts of theft of up to $1K and two counts of false representation created a MAGA fake Facebook page and a dot com to engage in false information and libelous defamation content targeted at local Latinos/as.

Tony Evers (D) was elected as Governor of Wisconsin in 2019 and Latinos were instrumental in electing both Evers as Governor and Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes (D).

Their are nearly 170K Latinos in Milwaukee County and more than 381K Latinos in Wisconsin, according to census stats in the State.

Monday, September 13, 2021

Huge Turnout Out At The Impromptu Mexican Independence Day Street Takeover 2021 Flag Waving And Parading In Milwaukee During The COVID-19 Pandemic

At Mitchell Park

At S. César E. Chávez Drive (Video Facebook)

Hundreds of Mexican flag waving and impromptu parading vehicles gathered at Milwaukee County Mitchell Park on Sunday to celebrate the Mexican Independence Day during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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

September 13, 2021

Milwauke, WI - The largest gathering yet in the Southside of Milwaukee during the Mexican Independence Day impromptu flag waving and parading in the City.

Hundreds of vehicles from various local auto, truck and customized car groups gathered at Milwaukee County Mitchell Park on Sunday, September 12, 2021 during the annual event and then proceeded to cruise along the Southside predominantly Latino community.

Milwaukee police managed to successfully direct traffic from the park into the main street on S. 27th Street (S. Historic Layton Blvd).

Milwaukee County Sheriff's deputies assisted the Milwaukee Police Department at Mitchell Park.

Police reported no incidents at the Mitchell Park parking lot.

The Mopar Outcast Car Club hosted this year's September 16 Mexican Independence Day Street Takeover, according to their Facebook page posting for the event. 

Also, Milwaukee police block  part of the S. Cesar E. Chávez Drive from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. National Ave. where multiple vehicles and crowds gathered to celebrate the impromptu flag waving event. Vehicles burned rubber at the corner of W. Scott St. and S. Chavez Dr.

The annual United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS) Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival was canceled again for a second year in a row due to the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Mexican flag cruising and impromptu parading in the Southside of Milwaukee usually ignites during the traditional Fiesta Patrias, Mexican Independence Day and other events celebrating national holidays for Latinos.

The Mexican Independence Day is celebrated in the U.S.A.,  Mexico and Worldwide in commemoration of Mexico's independence day, which actually marks the moment on September 15, 1810 when Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Catholic priest known as Father Hidalgo, made the first cry "Grito" for independence from Spain in the town of Dolores in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico.

Mitchell Park full Mexican Independence Day Street Takeover 2021 video link:

"I didn't cross the border, the border crossed me!" H. Nelson Goodson

Hundreds of vehicles gathered at Milwaukee County Mitchell Park on Sunday, September 12, 2021. Video link:

Saturday, September 11, 2021

Trump MAGA Supporter Rebecca Kleefisch Announced Bid For Wisconsin Governor

Kleefisch, the former Lt. Governor of Wisconsin under former Governor Scott Walker (MAGA/R) announced her candidacy for Wisconsin Governor.

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

September 11, 2021

Butler, WI - On Thursday, former Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (MAGA/R) and a Trump MAGA supporter (Make Amerikkka Great Again/Keep Amerikkka Great) announced her candidacy for Governor in Wisconsin. Both Kleefisch and former Governor Scott Walker (MAGA/R) were ousted from office in 2019 after two 4-year terms. Also, Donald Trump (MAGA/R) lost Wisconsin in 2020 to Joe Biden (D), who became the 46th U.S. President.

Kleefisch at the Western States Envelope Company praised Trump and she confirmed that she wants to ban sanctuary cities in Wisconsin (Kleefisch comes out as anti-immigrant), would sent the Wisconsin guard to the border, support voter oppression bills, is against health-care mandates, criticized Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) for his effort to cap the COVID-19 pandemic spread in the state and she wants schools to stay open during the pandemic and doesn't support additional unemployment benefits for workers who have been unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On stage with Kleefisch was Mario Herrera, aka, "La Mari", the former Hispanic Outreach Director for the Republican Party of Wisconsin and a known MAGA who along with Dawn Maldonado, aka, Damaris Perez "La Convicta" and the operator of Bylyngo Interpreting and Translation, LLC in Milwaukee created a MAGA fake Facebook page and a dot com to publish liablous defamation content targeted at a Latino member of the community. Both Herrera and Maldonado including ByLyngo Interpreting and Translation, LLC are facing potential litigation for their liablous defamation content on FB and dot com.

Maldonado was convicted in 2000 in Racine County for two counts each for theft of up to $1,000 and false representation, according to Racine County court records. 

While Herrera worked for the Republican Party of Wisconsin, he failed to generate Latino voter support for both Walker and Kleefisch including Trump. The Latino community in Wisconsin rejected the MAGAs campaign to reelect Walker and Kleefisch including Trump.

In 2017, her husband Joel Kleefisch was photographed with a group of 3%'s who were making a White Power hand sign. Joel at the time defended his decision to be photograph with the White nationalists (supremacists).

Friday, September 10, 2021

Home Buyers Beware When Purchasing A Home In The City of Milwaukee, It May Have A Toxic Freshwater Lead Lateral Connection To The City's Water Service Lines

Home buyers beware when purchasing a home in the City of Milwaukee 

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

September 10, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - Hasn't anyone noticed that in the City of Milwaukee, realtors and private home sellers are not mandated to include in the home listing that the home being sold on the market has a toxic freshwater lead lateral connected to the City's water main (water service lines). Toxic freshwater lead laterals can create a health risk to anyone drinking or cooking food with the water from the lead laterals, especially, if the lead laterals have been disturbed or lead particles loosened up and get into the drinking and cooking water supply.

Every potential home buyer should have the right to know, if he or she are buying a home from the 74,000 homes in the City of Milwaukee that still have a toxic freshwater lead lateral connected to the City's water main.

Contact your Wisconsin state legislator today and push for statewide legislation mandating that realtors and private home sellers to list when selling a home that the house for sale has a toxic freshwater lead lateral connected to the City's water main.

Check list of properties in Milwaukee with services lines (LSLs) made of lead, whether it includes the utility-owned section from the main to the curb stop, the privately-owned section from the curb stop to the meter, or both. There are 164,000 water service lines in Milwaukee; at this time, approximately 74,000 are made of lead. 

City of Milwaukee lead service line record search at link:

Unofficial Average Standard Time To Answer A 911 Emergency Call In the City of Milwaukee Is More Than 5 Minutes And A Non-emergency Call Is More Than 30 Minutes

According to the Milwaukee Police Department executive committee, it takes more than 5 minutes to answer a 911 emergency call compared to the national standard average of 15 to 20 seconds to answer a 911 call.

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

September 10, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - On Friday, the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) executive committee (MPD Inspector Nicole Waldner, MPD Chief of Staff Nick DeSiato and Budget Office Dennis Yaccarino) reported to the Milwaukee Common Council Public Safety and Health Committee (PSHC) that the average estimated standard time to answer a 911 call is more than 5 minutes compared to the national standard average time of 15 to 20 seconds to answer an emergency 911 call. To answer a non-emergency call in the City of Milwaukee, the average unofficial time is more than 30 minutes, according to Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic, the Chair of the PSHC.

DeSiato told the PSHC when asked how long does it take for a 911 call to be answered, he stated that the average time to answer a 911 emergency call is 5 minutes and 43 seconds or at times it takes 2 minutes or 7 minutes.

Alderman Jose Perez says that he has received many complaints about the slow response to answer non-emergency calls from the 12th Aldermanic District constituents. Many constituents who become frustrated while waiting to talk to someone on the non-emergency call, do actually drop the call after waiting a long time and never do call back, according to the PSHC members.

The MPD officials cited deficiency in staff (lack of employed and trained staff) to answer emergency and non-emergency calls 24/7, especially on holidays. The MPD also doesn't compile data from non-emergency calls and how many calls are dropped by those calling to report alleged low priority crimes, neighborhood drug buys and etc.

The MPD will have a new mobile answering 911 call service, which both the MPD and Milwaukee Fire Department emergency calls will be combined by 2022.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

The FBI Is Offering A Reward Of Up To $100,000 For Information Leading To The Arrest Of Octaviano Juarez-Corro, A Milwaukee Double Homicide Fugitive

Juarez-Corro who allegedly killed two people and injured three others when he brazenly fired multiple shots into a crowded Milwaukee park has been added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading directly to his arrest.

Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
September 8, 2021

The FBI in a press release on Wednesday says, that homicide suspect Octaviano Juarez-Corro who remains on run to avoid prosecution had been charged with two counts of intentional homicide first degree and three counts of attempted intentional homicide first degree in 2006, along with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. He is believed to have fled to Mexico.

Authorities allege that on the afternoon of May 29, 2006, Juarez-Corro entered South Shore Park on the banks of Lake Michigan, where hundreds of people were gathered for a Memorial Day picnic, including many families with children. Juarez-Corro approached a friend of his estranged wife's and began a conversation. Juarez-Corro and his wife were reported to be in the final stages of their divorce. The couple share a daughter, who was 3 years old at the time of the shooting.

"They were reportedly going through a difficult time in sharing visitation with their daughter," said Special Agent Steve Whitecotton, who is investigating this case out of the FBI's Milwaukee Field Office.

Shortly after entering the park, Juarez-Corro reportedly pulled out a gun and began firing. Two people were killed. Juarez-Corro's wife suffered two gunshot wounds in the chest but survived. Two others were also injured, one of them gravely.

"The fact that this individual would be so reckless in an area where families were gathered to celebrate—and in front of his 3-year-old daughter—is just utterly unacceptable," said Whitecotton. "He needs to be held accountable and brought to justice."

Juarez-Corro is now 47 years old. He is believed to weigh between 180 and 200 pounds and has brown eyes and dark hair, which may be graying. He usually wears a mustache and sometimes a beard. He is between 65 and 67 inches tall.

Any information leading to the whereabouts and arrest of Juarez-Corro, contact the local FBI office.

Renzo Rascon-Gamboa Charged With 1st-degree Reckless Homicide For The Fatal Shooting On August 26 That Left A 19-year-old Woman Dead And Another Injured

Rascon-Gamboa is being sought by Milwaukee police for the August 26 fatal shooting homicide of a woman and that left another woman injured.

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

September 8, 2021

Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee police is currently seeking to locate Renzo Rascon-Gamboa, 21, who on August 26, 2021 around 5:33a.m. fatally shot Mercedes C. Hernandez, 19, of Neopit and injured another 19-year-old woman in a vehicle that four females and the deceased female passenger occupied.

Rascon-Gamboa was charged on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 with two felony counts for 1st-degree reckless homicide and use of dangerous weapon and 1st-degree reckless injury including use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted on all counts, Rascon-Gamboa is facing up to 60 years in prison for reckless homicide and 25 years in prison and up to $100,000 in fines for the reckless injury criminal charge.

According to the criminal complaint, the five women in a vehicle were chasing Rascon-Gamboa from S. 14 Street and W. Washington area after the women returned to the scene of a vandalized vehicle, which belonged to the suspect. Police say that Rascon-Gamboa's ex-girlfriend had confessed to  vandalizing Rascon-Gamboa's vehicle and they had left the scene earlier, but one of the females involved noticed that she dropped her wallet at the scene.

When they returned to the scene on S. 14 St. where a vehicle's rear window was damaged, they saw Rascon-Gamboa leave the scene and gave chase. Then Rascon-Gamboa managed to stop along the chase, got out of the vehicle and fired multiple shots at the vehicle full of women including his ex-girlfriend. Hernandez who was a passenger was shot and later succumbed to her injuries and a second victim was also struck in the ear and suffered a non-life-threatening injury. Rascon-Gamboa's ex-girlfriend was not injured.

The women called police and afterwards drove to the 1100 block of W. Hayes Avenue to meet with police.

The ex-girlfriend told police that the suspect had vandalized her vehicle on July 9 and in retaliation they decided to vandalized the suspect's vehicle.

Rascon-Gamboa remains on the run to avoid prosecution.

Sunday, September 5, 2021

Falleció José B. Zamora, Un Ávido Entusiasta De Las Motocicletas Harley-Davidson

QEPD José B. Zamora

Milwaukee, WI - José B. Zamora, 76, de Milwaukee y actualmente vivía en el vecindario de Las Lomas en Nuevo Pueblo Viñas de Santa Rosa, Guatemala falleció el domingo 5 de septiembre del 2021. Zamora llegó a Milwaukee a fines de la década de los 1960's y más tarde se convirtió en ciudadano estadounidense. 

Zamora también era un entusiasta de las motocicletas Harley-Davidson y se retiró de Briggs and Stratton.

Zamora era un ávido cazador de Wisconsin. 

A Zamora le sobreviven tres hijas y un hijo. 

Nuestro más sentido pésame a la familia Zamora por la prematura pérdida de un familiar. 

A tribute and in remembrance of Jose B. Zamora/Recordando a Bene y Que En Paz Decanse, video link:

Fuente: Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

Jose B. Zamora, An Avid H-D Motorcycle Riding Enthusiast Passed Away

RIP/QEPD Jose B. Zamora 

Milwaukee, WI - Jose B. Zamora, 76, from Milwaukee and currently lived in the neighborhood of Las Lomas in Nuevo Pueblo Viñas de Santa Rosa, Guatemala passed away on Sunday, September 5, 2021. Zamora arrived in Milwaukee in the late 1960's and later became a U.S. Citizen.

Zamora was also a Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiast and retired from Briggs and Stratton.

Zamora was an avid Wisconsin hunter.

Zamora is survived by three daughters and a son.

Our deepest condolences to the Zamora family on the untimely loss of a family member.

A tribute and in remembrance of Jose B. Zamora/Recordando a Bene y Que En Paz Decanse, video link:

Source: Hispanic News Network U.S.A. ( Date: September 5, 2021)

Saturday, September 4, 2021

Oak Creek Police, Franklin Police And Milwaukee County Sheriff Deputies Involved In the Fatal Shooting Of Kidnapping Armed Suspect 31-year-old David Marshall

Marshall died from fatal wounds at the scene after firing shots at police when being pursued for kidnapping and carjacking several vehicles during his get away.

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

September 4, 2021

Oak Creek, Wisconsin - On Friday, David Marshall, 31, was fatally shot by multiple law enforcement officers including deputies from three different departments shortly before 8:30a.m. at S. 27th Street and W. Sycamore Ave. in Oak Creek, the Oak Creek Police Department reported in a joint press release with the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office and the Franklin Police Department. 

According to police, Marshall who has not been officially identified allegedly kidnapped a male victim at the 1700 block of South 26th Street.  He then drove the victim to at least three stores along S. 27th Street in Milwaukee and Franklin.

The victim alerted store personnel that he had been kidnapped. While at the second store, which was Wal-mart located at the 6700 block of S. 27th Street, store personnel called 911 and reported an active shooter.

Law enforcement officers from the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office, the Oak Creek Police Department and the Franklin Police Department responded to the scene and Marshall managed to steal a second vehicle while armed and fled the scene as police and deputies pursued him.

Marshall led police Southbound of I-94 in an accelerated speed of up 110 mph and then got out at the W. Elm Rd. exit and continued northbound on S. 27th. He then lost control and crashed the stolen vehicle at the corner of S. 27 and W. Ryan Rd. in Franklin and stole another vehicle at gunpoint and engaged in a shootout confrontation with an Oak Creek police officer.

Marshall managed to flee northbound on S. 27 and struck a vehicle at S. 27 and W. Sycamore and crashed. He emerged from the vehicle with a weapon and 4 deputies, 1 Franklin police officer and 4 Oak Creek police officers discharged their weapons and Marshall was shot multiple times and died at the scene.

The deputies and police officers involved in the shooting were placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the shooting investigation.

The West Allis Police Department has taken over the investigation, according to Oak Creek Police Department.

According to Wisconsin state court records, Marshall was charged on July 17, 2020 with two felony counts for attempted robbery with use of force and remove of property from person or corpse and a misdemeanor for retail theft of up to $500. 

On January 23, 2020, Marshall was charged with two felony counts for bail jumping and possession of methamphetamines and one misdemeanor count for resisting or obstructing an officer. 

On September 17, 2019, Marshall was charged with multiple felony counts and pleaded guilty to burglary to a building, eluding police by vehicle and driving a vehicle without the consent of the owner.

Friday, September 3, 2021

Outspoken 1970's Educational Activist Dagoberto Ibarra Who Participated At The UW-Milwaukee Chapman Hall Takeover Seeking Higher Education For Latinos Has Passed Away

Ibarra, a well known business and activist icon in the Milwaukee Latino community has passed away.

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

September 3, 2021

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Dagoberto D. Ibarra, 73, of Milwaukee passed away on September 1, 2021 in Mexico. Ibarra was well known for his outspoken character concerning community issues and was also known for his participation in the August 27, 1970 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) Chapman Hall Takeover, which led to the creation of the Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute (SSOI) that was later renamed the Roberto Hernandez Center.

Ibarra was one of hundreds of educational activists in 1970 who held a sit-in and protest at UWM Chapman Hall for the unwritten discriminatory policy that kept Latinos from enrolling at the university. 

"In Milwaukee many barriers existed blocking their paths to higher education. Their language and cultural distinctness were frowned upon, and they had limited access to information about educational opportunities and few professional models. Discriminatory treatment was the norm," cited from Myriad Magazine UWM 1990.

Ibarra during the weeks of protest, tirelessly transported food and United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS) students from the Southside of Milwaukee to participate in the protest at the university. Ibarra's activisim during the UWM Takeover was instrumental in bring down the wall of discrimination that existed at UWM in 1970.

Today, thousands of Latinos have since enrolled and successfully graduated from UWM.

Ibarra graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison and was originally from Huauchinango, Puebla, Mexico.

Ibarra was also a successful business owner and used his organizing skills and charisma to generate funds from other local business owners for worthy causes in the Latino community.

In 2006, Voces de la Frontera (VDLF) was organizing a march for Comprehensive Immigration Reform and anti-HR 4437 and the Real ID movement in March 23, 2006.

Dagoberto Ibarra from Ibarra Enterprises was also instrumental in organizing local business owners support for the VDLF march that drew more than 30,000 participants.

Ibarra ran for Alderman in the City of Milwaukee 8th Aldermanic District in 2004.

Ibarra was also an avid Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider.