Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Severe staffing shortages at the Milwaukee County Jail cause dangerous conditions for residents and low morale for staff.
David Aumann, 66, said he spent nearly 40 hours in central booking after his electronic monitoring bracelet ran out of battery in May.
He said he was packed in a "bullpen" room with roughly 70 other individuals — mostly without masks — awaiting placement in the jail. While some people tried sleeping on the floor, he tried cat-napping while leaning against the wall.
"They're overbooked at that place," he told the Journal Sentinel. "There are no places to get any sleep. It's filthy."
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Germantown School board wants to allow staff to carry firearms in schools.
Esquire: FBI director admits that tip-line info on Brett Kavanaugh during confirmation process was simply forwarded to the White House without investigation.
Cyberscoop: Senator says federal courts are not adequately securing Americans' personal information found in court filings.
Associated Press: Four police officers charged with federal civil rights crimes in death of Breonna Taylor.
Reuters: Jury finds that Alex Jones liable for $4 million in damages for Sandy Hook falsehoods.
The 12-person jury will next consider the parents’ request for punitive damages from Jones for spreading falsehoods about the killing of 20 children and six staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, on Dec. 14, 2012.
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