Convicted ‘Slender Man’ Teen Released Early
Published on 14 Sep 2021, 20:21
Milwaukee police Officer Nikolas Zens accidentally shot a bystander as this police bodycam footage shows. Court documents say Officer Zens thought the suspect was armed, and fired one bullet, into the wrong person. Officer Nikolas Zens was fired after a 20-day, unpaid suspension, but he was not criminally charged. The department did not publicly announce Zens’ termination or release the bodycam footage. Both were obtained by the victim's lawyers.
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