Milwaukee County supervisor files suit against MPD, sheriff’s office, over arrest during protests

Milwaukee County Manager Ryan Clancy submitted an accident suit versus the Milwaukee Cops Department and the Milwaukee County Constable’s Workplace over his arrest throughout demonstrations last spring.Clancy stated he was tossed to the ground and into the back of a paddy wagon in spite of complying with commands. “One of the zip ties that the police bound me with was so tight that my right hand would become discolored after a few minutes. My wrist is still not quite the same as it was,” Clancy stated. It occurred on Might 31 on Oakland Opportunity at the Milwaukee-Shorewood border. Clancy stated he determined himself as a county manager 8 times and was operating in his main capability. He stated he was with the protesters throughout the day doing outreach amongst constituents.Clancy stated the night he was jailed he saw officers using body video cameras, however a year later on, Clancy stated he has yet to see that video footage.”Why file the lawsuit now?” WISN 12 News press reporter Hillary Mintz asked.”We’ve been waiting patiently both for the identity of the person who actually tackled me and for that body camera footage. it seems clear to me that, that’s not forthcoming,” Clancy said.There was a curfew that night, however Clancy stated, as a federal government authorities, he was exempt from a curfew.Clancy likewise declared the mayor’s emergency situation pronouncement was void due to the fact that he purchased it without Typical Council approval. Clancy likewise desires policy modification moving on with curfews. He stated he feels they are unconstitutional.”Curfews do not work from my experience. Both as a legal observer and looking at the data, they make things worse, and they very much made things worse in this case,” Clancy stated,WISN 12 News asked Barrett and MPD for a remark about the suit, however they decreased due to pending lawsuits. Milwaukee County Constable Earnell Lucas stated, “I trust that the county will vigorously defend against this frivolous claim. It is becoming increasingly clear that Mr. Clancy has forfeited his ability to be a fair and impartial arbiter in conducting the people’s business before the County Board on matters pertaining to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. Demonstrated by his actions today, should he continue deliberating on matters of public safety and the sheriff’s office, it would be a conflict of interest that would render the public unsafe.”

Milwaukee County Manager Ryan Clancy submitted an accident suit versus the Milwaukee Cops Department and the Milwaukee County Constable’s Workplace over his arrest throughout demonstrations last spring.

Clancy stated he was tossed to the ground and into the back of a paddy wagon in spite of complying with commands.

“One of the zip ties that the police bound me with was so tight that my right hand would become discolored after a few minutes. My wrist is still not quite the same as it was,” Clancy stated.

It occurred on Might 31 on Oakland Opportunity at the Milwaukee-Shorewood border.

Clancy stated he determined himself as a county manager 8 times and was operating in his main capability.

He stated he was with the protesters throughout the day doing outreach amongst constituents.

Clancy stated the night he was jailed he saw officers using body video cameras, however a year later on, Clancy stated he has yet to see that video footage.

“Why file the lawsuit now?” WISN 12 News press reporter Hillary Mintz asked.

“We’ve been waiting patiently both for the identity of the person who actually tackled me and for that body camera footage. it seems clear to me that, that’s not forthcoming,” Clancy stated.

There was a curfew that night, however Clancy stated, as a federal government authorities, he was exempt from a curfew.

Clancy likewise declared the mayor’s emergency situation pronouncement was void due to the fact that he purchased it without Typical Council approval.

Clancy likewise desires policy modification moving on with curfews. He stated he feels they are unconstitutional.

“Curfews do not work from my experience. Both as a legal observer and looking at the data, they make things worse, and they very much made things worse in this case,” Clancy stated,

WISN 12 News asked Barrett and MPD for a remark about the suit, however they decreased due to pending lawsuits.

Milwaukee County Constable Earnell Lucas stated, “I trust that the county will vigorously defend against this frivolous claim. It is becoming increasingly clear that Mr. Clancy has forfeited his ability to be a fair and impartial arbiter in conducting the people’s business before the County Board on matters pertaining to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. Demonstrated by his actions today, should he continue deliberating on matters of public safety and the sheriff’s office, it would be a conflict of interest that would render the public unsafe.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.