Saturday, November 27, 2021

Racine County SAY WHAT? Part 2

Mix Sheriff Schmaling, full-auto M16's, career criminal, Librarian, and E-Z Bond in Waukesha.  Get one big mess.

Wisconsin Right Now got into the Racine County Mess and as usual provided a lot of background.  We had mentioned it a couple of days ago because we had questions.  We STILL have a question, but...

Here's the 'rest of the story.'

Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling is calling for the immediate removal of Racine County Board Supervisor Nick Demske for posting cash bail for a man the sheriff called a “dangerous criminal.”

According to the Racine County Sheriff press release,

On Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2021, Supervisor Demske posted $10,000 cash bail for Adrian O. Jefferson, which released him from the Racine County Jail....

That part we knew.  We knew it because Schmaling made a very big deal of it as a result of which 2 Milwaukee-area TeeeeVeeeee stations covered it.

...In response, Demske, who also works for the Racine Public Library, trashed the Sheriff, calling Schmaling’s release his latest alarmist reactionary political stunt, but he didn’t deny posting the bail. Instead, he solicited more donations for the bail fund and signed his statement “peace and unrest.”...

Demske is a cretin; a typical little worm on the public tit who has a perverted sense of 'justice.'  Racine has some heavily Leftist/anarcho-Communist areas--it shouldn't surprise you to learn that they elect people like Demske.  After all, the Mayor down there is an organizer of the Election Fraud of '20.

Here's where the fun starts:

...Jefferson has pending felony cases in three counties; this is the THIRD time Jefferson has been released on bail despite allegedly committing new crimes. Before he landed in the Racine Jail on the recent offenses, he was released on only $750 bail in Waukesha County, set by Court Commissioner Linda Saafir for a still-pending felony theft and auto theft case (her low bail amounts in another case drew the ire of talk show host Mark Belling). He was released on $2,500 bail in a Milwaukee case that has been pending since 2018 by Judge Michael Hansher. And now Demske helps spring him again....

Waukesha County.  If it weren't so tragic, we'd call it highly ironic.  Smooth move, Linda!

Wisconsin Right Now then goes into the genealogy of the bail fund Demske used, which includes a "women's rights" organization (!!) and is affiliated with at least one of the Milwaukee-area Marxist outfits, "People's Revolution"--which includes Gaige Grosskreutz ("Lefty") as a member.  Surprised?

Here's the part about which we have questions:

“On July 5, 2018, into the early morning hours of July 6, 2018, a Racine County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Operator was the victim of someone breaking into his locked vehicle, attempting to burglarize his home, and stealing some of his SWAT issued equipment. Some items stolen were:

• A Glock 27 .40 caliber pistol
• A Armalite AR-10 Rifle .308 caliber with a suppressor (Sniper Rifle)
• A Colt M16A1 .223 Caliber (Fully Automatic)
13 total magazines for the three firearms, some of which contained armor piercing ammunition...

Based on the rest of that report, the goblin had hit a few other places in the Deputy's subdivision but did not take anything else of value.

We cannot disagree with Schmaling about Demske, who picks very bad company.  We cannot disagree with Wisconsin Right Now and Belling that Linda Saafir is an idiot and a repeat offender on that charge.

But we still have a question for Schmaling:  Why in HELL does your SWAT guy have a full-auto M16 in the trunk of his car instead of in a gun-safe in his home or (less-ideally) at the Sheriff's office?

Schmaling is making a lot of noise about Demske for a reason; one suspects that he'd not like to answer that question, and Wisconsin Right Now is not likely to ask.

Too bad.  It deserves an answer.


1 comment:

Mar said...

I've known a few cops in rural areas and they keep their cop car at home or their SWAT equipment in their cars.
But I guess times have changed where they cannot do that anymore
As far as I can determine, this hasn't been much of a problem before, but my guess this will change now.