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In response to
public records requests received by the Racine Police Department, an initial
release of videos and written reports from the May 20, 2022 shooting by City of
Racine Police Officer Zachary Brenner have been prepared for release.
County District Attorney determined that “the death of Mr. King was a direct
result of Mr. King’s conduct that posed a reasonable and imminent threat to
Officer Brenner” and therefore “Officer Brenner is immune from criminal
file has been reviewed in preparation for public release, and a copy of the
written City of Racine Police Department reports and initial videos prepared
for release have been made available at the links below, along with an
explanatory memorandum outlining the legal justifications for the exclusions
from and redactions to these records.
information will be redacted from the records, either because specifically
required by law or pursuant to the Wis. Stat. §19.35(1)(a) balancing test.
following records have been made available for public release:
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