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'This is not a cold case:' Family of man killed by Kenosha police organizes protest to demand action

KENOSHA — The family of a man killed by police in 2004 raised their voices in protest Thursday, May 3.

Michael Bell Jr. was killed during an encounter with Kenosha police 14 years ago. 163 more words


WHAT WILMINGTON IS ALL ABOUT: Town Thanks Woodbriar For Giving Elderly Man Lodging During Recent Storm

WILMINGTON, MA — At last week’s Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting, Town Manager Jeff Hull publicly thanked Michael Bell, Executive Director of Woodbriar Health Center, for an extraordinary act of kindness his company performed during a major snow storm back on March 8. 197 more words


April 26th, 2018 Movie - Voltron: Fleet Of Doom

Ahh, the memories that this brings up. I know that every generation of kids will say that the cartoons from when they grew up were the best but honestly, I loved the 80’s cartoons. 1,334 more words

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What did the mayor know? Father puts up billboards after son, 21, killed by police

KENOSHA — In 2004, Michael Bell’s son Michael Bell Jr., 21,  was killed during an altercation with Kenosha police. The officers involved were cleared of any wrongdoing and the family eventually reached a settlement with the city, but Bell continues to ask that the investigation be reopened. 285 more words


Is Police Use of Deadly Force a Problem? It Is If Happens to Your Son!

I recently received this letter from Sarah Fitch in response to one of my posts regarding the need to better control police use of deadly force. 1,247 more words


Kenosha father buys ad in The Washington Post in hopes of reopening son's death investigation

KENOSHA — A Kenosha father is asking police to reopen his son’s death investigation. Michael Bell bought full-page ad space in The Washington Post newspaper on Tuesday, Jan. 316 more words


2017 Photos of the Year: Michael Bell

These images were chosen by Leader-Post photojournalist Michael Bell to represent his work in 2017. 436 more words

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