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By Becca Longmire.39 mins ago Credit: Splash News Emilia Clarke and Matt Smith were spotted enjoying a night out together in London Friday. The “Game of Thrones” actress was pictured […] View full post on National Cyber Security

“We are deeply saddened:” Family of Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny releases statement

MADISON (WITI) — The family of Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny has released a statement through the Wisconsin Professional Police Association. It is the first time Officer Kenny’s family has commented since the March 6th shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson in Madison.

The statement from Officer Kenny’s family reads as follows:

Up to this point, we have preferred to remain silent, out of respect for the profound grief we know that Tony Robinson’s family and friends feel.  We are deeply saddened by his loss.  We know he mattered, and we wish that this tragedy could have been avoided.  We also understand and support the impulse to protest, and we want to thank Tony Robinson’s family and other community leaders for their consistent calls for peaceful demonstrations.

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Matt DeHart, the alleged Anonymous hacker, deported to U.S. after Canada refused to grant him asylum

Matt DeHart, a former American soldier who sought asylum in Canada claiming torture by U.S. agents probing Anonymous hackers and WikiLeaks, was taken from his Ontario prison cell Sunday morning and delivered to U.S. agents at the border. Mr. DeHart, 30, was allowed to make a quick phone call en route to his parents, who are living in Toronto facing their own removal order, said his father, Paul. “He was peaceful and in good health,” Paul DeHart said in an interview but the family remains deeply worried. “We are concerned about Matt’s safety as he transits,” he said. “We said a prayer together on the phone and gave him into God’s hands for protection.” His claim for refugee protection in Canada, on the basis of his torture claim, was rejected last month by the Immigration and Refugee Board. “I cannot imagine any life in a country which has already tortured me,” he told the National Post last month. “Am I now to be given into the hands of my torturers?” His is a bizarre, high-profile case, featured in a large investigation by the Post in May. It has since been featured in international media, including recent pieces by Germany’s Der […]

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