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we're good. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four -- the milwaukee driver who police say hit and killed a 5-year-old is now facing criminal charges. fox6's angelica sanchez joins us live at the courthouse with a break down today. angelica. good evening-- 30-year-old sherman liddell of milwaukee...is now charged with 1 count of hit and run resulting in death and 1 count of driving with a suspended license resulting in death. liddell has seven prior convictions of driving with a suspended license. according to the criminal complaint liddell admitted to authorities that he
when 5-year-old rickyia langham darted to the street that's when he hit her. he panicked and never stopped the car. . the child died of multiple bunt force injuries. her funeral services were held today. it was said in court that him leaving the scene made his situation much worst than it had to be. 'had he stayed there... this may not have been a criminal charge or at least not as serious as it is now.' liddell faces a 1-hundred thousand dollar cash bond and is due in court later this month. tonight a family member right before he was arrested . steph thanks angelica. we're learning more about where brendan dassey could live and what he might do with his time if he becomes a free man. in what dasseys lawyers call a 'comprehensive release plan'... they say the 27-year-old will spend the first three months with his mother in rural
pursue a career in computers and video games. 10 years ago... dassey was convicted of helping his uncle steven avery kill theresa halbach. a judge overturned dassey's murder conviction in august. yesterday, the same judge ordered dassey's release while prosecutors appeal. a double shooting ends with one person dead and the suspect now in custody. the tragic scene near 74th and glenbrook was the result of a domestic violence incident. authorities were called to the scene around 9:30 last victims, a 30-year-old and a 57-year-old woman were shot. the 57-year -old victim was taken to the hospital and treated. the younger woman, kortni courtney thornton, did not survive.her neighbor and friend is saddened by the loos and has a message for anyone dealing with domestic violence. "if i hear anything about a woman being abused i try to give them a word like dont accept that, dont keep taking that report it, get away from it "
32-year- old man thornton knew. we are not identifying the suspect involved because police have not yet named him. and we are awaiting formal charges by the district attorney's office. in pleasant prairie -- several people are recovering from a multi-vehicle crash. officials say that a 17-year-old girl was going more than 65-miles per hour near highway h and bain station road... when the vehicle went airborne -- and then ran head-on into another car. a father and daughter were taken to the hospital. the 17-year-old's car also hit another vehicle with t according to police, none of them suffered any major injuries renewing house speaker paul ryan. today, house republicans re- elected paul ryan to serve a second term as speaker of the house. fox 6's ted perry joins us now with more on how this move works with a president-elect trump's administration. in an unanimous vote, house speaker paul ryan was re-elected by the house republican conference earlier today to serve a second term.
early january, when the next session of congress begins. there was some question as to whether or not ryan would have a smooth re-election as speaker. during the campaign, ryan had announced he would not defend some of the things said by mr. trump. earlier today, the speaker talked about his relationship with the president-elect. "we're on the same page with our president-elect. i talk with donald trump virtually every single day. i spoke with mike pence this morning. we are on the same page, we're going to make sure that this is a very successful administration. but more importantly, we're going to make sure that the voices we heard from this election from the american people are acted upon." ryan also talked about how a focus of the new administration will be to get the american people back to work. reporting in the newsroom, ted perry, fox 6 news. steph thanks ted. we're looking at a warm up ahead of our weekend, but how long with those higher temperatures last? weather expert tom wachs joins us from the weather office with a look
with lows in the 30s to around 40. sunny conditions expected tomorrow with similar highs in the middle 50s then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday and may mix in with a few snowflakes. very chilly air by sunday as highs only reach into the 30s. 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with rain likely possibly mixing
high: 62 wind: s 15-25 mph with change on the way, you'll want to make sure you download the fox6 storm center app. it's freefor apple and android devices -- and offers exclusive access to the fox6 weather forecast. finally there is some good news to share about the green bay packr headed for the packers hall of fame. tom pipines is here with words from number eighty. donald driver will take his mplace among the franchise's all-time gbreats as part of the 4th induction class during a ceremony next july 22nd in the lambeau field atrium. donald will be joined by mark lee-an outstanding cornerback during the 1980's
man running the streets of houston to a 7th round draft pick in 1999 who ran on the field so well over 14 seasons that he's the team's all-time leader in receptions. it was the journey that an emotional driver thought about when he got the call from the packers hall. "you know, i think about the journey every single day because it's the journey that allowed me to get that phone call. i think if my life would've been different, i don't know if i would've worked as hard. i don't think i would've put in the time and effort but it's the journey that allowed me to put in the time, put in the effort and to pave the way for what i wanted to accomplish
special that i'll be able to share with my family for a very long time." donald driver was elected on the first ballot..one of the all-time great receiver and all-time great gentlemen says he'd like to spend more time brad, steph. ad lib about packers coming up on fox 6 news at four... the packers are in a pickle. hear from the team after their tough loss sunday. plus -- we still haven't hit the holiday travel season... but experts are already looking ahead. the best travel destinations for your wallet in 20-17. the holidays are here. too many
first it was gift certificates. then gift cards... now, it's wisconsin lottery's $15 holiday scratch game, ironically elf-themed, this festively-fun gift put a bunch of us into early retirement. old-school gifts can't compete! so on my 400th workaversary, i moved on to greener pastures! see you on the green! okay!
we haven't even hit this year's busy holiday travel season but experts are already looking ahead to next year. and based on cost, they think they've figured out the top travel destinations... hottest deals in the upcoming year? those headed to europe will find themselves in some landmark destinations. according to a senior editor with travelzoo -- paris and london both placed on the company's list of top destinations ... and next year might be the time to cross new zealand and peru off the bucket list. many airlines expect high travel volume and have doubled their number of flights are you hoping to get nike's new self tying shoes for the
bucks. according to reports --- nike says the "hyper adapt sneakers" will cost 720-dollars and will be released on december first. this will be one of the most expensive shoe nike has ever released. they are a low-top, cross training-style sneaker with a button on the tongue the laces-- it will also have a magnetic adapter to charge them. the shoes were inspired by marty mcfly in "back to the future."
dwayne "the rock" johnson takes the top spot. the magazine calls the 44-year old actor sweet, smart and sculpted. in august forbes named him hollywood's highest-paid actor, bringing in 64-million dollars between june 2015 and 2016. so what does johnson think makes him so sexy? he tells the magazine -- it's a sense of humor... and just trying not to be sexy... with 21 points in the first quarter on sunday, and the team was never able to recover. it was a solemn locker room for this week's blitz overtime, as players talked about that start and what they need to do going forward. "i'm not going to disrespect a team and same we were surprised, this is the nfl, if you don't come to play that stuff happens, and it's going to continue to happen if you don't come with
we as players got push through that and we have to just keep working to get better and stuff doesn't go the right way all the time we gotta get through that." "i felt like we were still alive in the game i think we just made a couple of plays in the second half that set us back but i feel like we could have came back and got into the game." "we're taking it week by week obviously there are 32 teams that want that super bowl trophy, super bowl stuff but at t week by week, what is this 3 straight losses now and we gotta try and flush everything and come up and next week get a win that's the only thing we can do." "the guys we have in here i know we are capable of far more what we showed out their the whole game especially the way we came out." "we've always had great resiliency here and we just gotta keep on fighting." anything that's positive that is helpful in building this team up
from mistakes, get rid of the negatives and build on the positives." "i think we can still win them all if we put our minds to it, everything is still in front of us." "i'm confident everything is still in tack, everything is still in front of us, we are back to the drawing board on to washington." "i have 100 percent faith in every guy in this locker room i still appreciate the guy to my left, the guy to my right, the guys across the ball we a below 500 football team and come out next week and try to get a win. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... its almost time to return to the magical world of wizardry! before you make the journey, gino sits down with the cast of "fantastic beasts and where to find them."
with similar highs in the middle 50s then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday and may mix in with a few snowflakes. very chilly air by sunday as highs only reach into the 30s. tonight: a few clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday: mostly sunny.
j-k rowling's magical world return and this time we're getting a glimpse at what life is like for witches and wizards in america. gino joins us with a look at "fantastic beasts and where to find them." ad lib to bite "schlemiel, schlamazel hasenfeffer incorporated. see you know. eh! alright tell me he
time a chara to him. what is it about him that women love so much? queenie is an empath and she can basically read people's thoughts their stories their secrets so there is no hiding. oh you're talking about jacob...i thought you were talking about me. oh yeah i wasn't talking about you. no he's..you're a good human through and through and you're a great dad and a great person. we don't have kids together. but a great dad to his kids. i love
love with my wife. uhhhh. what is going on here. you're making it so hard. help! schlemiel, schlamazel." since it's pr potter franchise -- actors must have been jumping at the chance to be a part of this movie. ad lib to bite "tell me about your audition that it was so different that it separated you from everyone else. well, look at me. wow...i don't know if anyone else came in with a costume but i came in with a costume. it was very funny i was on the way there and i was walking there and i put this costume together on the way there. i got this patchwork newsy hat. i was like that was
coming up on fox 6 news at 4... a fatal motorcycle wreck in saukville on sunday... how dozens reacted, comforting the driver until the very end... the fox 6 exclusive, next. plus -- as controversy around the dakota access pipeline continues... now, the battle being fought in milwaukee. [ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem? the naughty list shouldn't get deals! yeah, but anyone who switches gets half off of any smartphone. even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles. [ knuckles crack ] [ spits ] ooo. ouch.
for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must. serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey. bring classic flaky crescent rolls, or not so classic pizza sticks. and don't forget something sweet, and golden brown fresh from the oven. set the table, set the coffee table, set no table at all.
happy friendsgiving. warm up with pillsbury. pipeline has made national headlines, pitting large energy companies against native americans and environmental groups. that ongoing battle ?made its way to wisconsin today. fox six's carl deffenbaugh has more on a protest in downtown milwaukee. north dakota and downtown milwaukee are separated by hundreds of miles, but the chants of protestors brought those two places closer together on tuesday morning. a group of about 50 people gathered outside the wells fargo bank to rally against the dakota access
helping finance the project. 'we are here in solidarity. and we care about what is happening.' the controversial project covers 11- hundred miles of pipeline that would carry crude oil from north dakota to refineries in illinois. the section in question is where the pipeline would tunnel underneath the missouri river, near a reservation belonging to the standing rock sioux. the tribe fears the pipeline could pollute its water supply and destroy native sit. disrespect that is both disrespectful in law and disrespectful as a human right, i just dont understand it.' backers of the 3-point-7 billion dollar project have touted the pipeline as the safest and most efficient way to transport oil, rather than using rail or trucks. they dispute the project would contaminate drinking water or effect tribal land. the protest in milwaukee was one of many around the country, and comes a
the construction could continue. 'our goal, really, is to educate people. to show the people at standing rock sioux reservation that even though we are out here in wisconsin, we support them. we will continue to support them.' employees inside the wells fargo building said they were not allowed to comment on the protest. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. there is a second demonstration planned for 5:30 tuesday evening, near the collective milwaukee police are asking for your help to find the suspects accused of setting fire to the b-mo harris bank during the august riots in sherman park. this is surveillance footage from the bank. police say these people broke through the windows -- and before they left, one of the suspects set something on fire. that fire caused about one million dollars in damages. the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms is offering a 10-thousand dollar reward leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved.
airport in oklahoma city today. police responded to the shots earlier this afternoon officials say the shooting happened in a parking lot. investigators are searching for a second reported victim and an unknown number of suspects the airport has canceled all flights for the remainder of the day today. police in texas say a little girl was killed and her mother and older sister are fighting for their lives. the were shot in during an attempted robbery. children were helping their mom bring groceries back and forth to their apartment. that's when two men pulled up in a dark colored sedan and asked for the woman's purse. when she refused, they opened fire. the youngest child passed away shortly after arriving at the hospital police say the search for the gunmen continues. a chicago woman says she was sexually assaulted during a driver's test by an illinois state employee. the woman says she was trying to get her driver's license renewed last week. she was taking a road test and the man testing her made several comments about being friends before he had her drive
started tearing at her clothes. "it happened so fast, he was on top of me, pulled me back, tried to unbuckle my seat belt, he grabbed me." the woman says she believes he's done this before and wants to raise awareness. police are investigating and there are no charges at this point. the illinois secretary of st instructor has been taken off the road. a series of raids underway in germany this morning. this as authorities conduct searches at more than two-hundred apartments, mosques and offices. they are searching for members and supporters of the islamic group "the true religion". the group is best known for distributing free copies of the quran across the country. government officials claim the group glorifies jihad and also accuses them of helping recruit people to fight with isis. two minnesota men are sentenced today for conspiring to join
they are two of nine men being sentenced this week in a plot that involved friends in minnesota's large somali community, who recruited and inspired each other to join the militant group. before he was sentenced, the 21- year-old apologized for lying to his family and admitted that he committed a serious offense. three others have already been sentenced, four mothers await sentencing. ted perry joins us now from the newsroom with some stories you'll see on fox six news at five. making the road safer for you and first responders. first responders down at a time when every second counts. at five, the things every driver needs to know. also at five, would it make certain wisconsin schools safer or put them at greater risk? coming up, the new bill being proposed that's sure to cause controversy. we'll have all that and more for you in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five.
didn't die alone. strangers... comforting a dying man after a terrible motorcycle wreck. it happened sunday in saukville. more than two dozen people rushed to help the victim. fox 6's bret lemoine has the the heroic details. on her way to her parents house sunday to watch the packers game... ml 'i saw that there was a man lying unconscious - i thought - in the middle of the road.' ...theres an unexpected detour for melissa lengling. ml 'his bike was lying sideways, kind of mangled next to hm past the scene of this wreck in the town of saukville.... moments after a volkswagen golf allegedly collided with a harley davidson motorcycle, driven by 66-year old john tepper. ml 'i sat with him, edit , i didnt want to move him in case he was paralyzed. um, and then he regained consciousness.' as she sat by teppers side, lengling says as many as 30 others pulled over and tried to help out. investigators believe the
volkswagen failed to stop at a stop sign... ml 'he was kind of mumbling a little bit, but he wasnt really talking.' lengling saw tepper had a significant leg injury... and calmed him down as he tried to stand up. she says a man from the crowd asked tepper if he was catholic... and preformed last rites. lengling eventually left... thinking tepper would survive. ml 'people are willing to help and people are willing to be there for each other.' tepper later died. his two adult children tell fox6: 'john was a hard working inspirational man with a strong faith and a charismatic personality. he could find humor in all situations. john loved the outdoors, he will be deeply missed.' lengling wants teppers family to know... even though it strangers.... he was surrounded by compassion in the end: ml 'i want them to know that he was not alone... there were a lot of people...that were there for him." the ozaukee county sheriff's office continues to investigate this incident. meanwhile, a memorial service will be held for tepper friday at the open door bible church in port washington. reporting at the ozaukee county sheriff's office, bret lemoine
hospital with serious burns after a large garage fire in saukville this morning. officials responded just after ten-thirty. the garage was already completely engulfed in flames. 13 departments responded. a newburg firefighter suffered a heat injury and was also taken to the hospital. the initial investigation shows the 41-year-old homeowner was using a motorized syphon to remove gas from his boat when it ignited. the garage and the home are a total loss. dozens of alpacas filled an arena in pennsylvania over the weekend. the event was part of the pennsylvania alpaca association showcase. alpacas have been domesticated by humans for hundreds of years. alpacas are oftentimes raised for their fur, it's one of the finest natural fibers in the world. the alpaca showcase over the weekend included fleece judging, breeding classes, as well as vendors
coming up on fox 6 news at 4... drinking is often blamed for creating problems. but that may be changing... what anew found benefit means for your cholesterol. plus -- scammers striking again. this time exploiting the confusion over health insurance. how to protect yourself in our contact 6 report. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
awards open. the holidays are a time when families gather to celebrate, enjoying a big meal too many families in our area don't have enough to eat. fox 6 has partnered with feeding america eastern wisconsin for the food for the holidays campaign. call us tomorrow, starting right here on fox 6 news at four, to help. more information on our website at fox6now.com scammers are at it again claiming to be from the i-r-s.
exploiting confusion about the program. contact 6's jenna sachs explains how the scam works and reveals the red flags to look for so youre not the next victim. natsot: knocking certified public accountant anthony dalessio was alerted to an email that claims to be from the internal revenue service demanding an immediate payment. he wants to get advice from id-theft expert adam levin in order to warn his own clients. levin says at first glance it might look legitimate. indication of how sophisticated and creative that scammers and identity thieves have become." consumer reports nikhil hutheesing says this latest scam targets people with insurance through the affordable care act, alleging they owe additional money for their coverage.a closer look reveals several red flags. the first is the email itself. "the irs will never send you an email out of the blue. you should know that if money is owed the notice will be sent by regular mail." another red flag - the
this case for $325, be made out to i-r- s. "tax checks are made out to the united states treasury, not the irs." and, where you send the check is also probably phony. the irs says the address on this one in austin, texas is not an official processing center. "if you get this type of fake irs email do not open any attachments or click on any links it may have. immediately forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it." to get rid of it pean your trash. id-theft expert levin says there may be some instances of irs scam letters being delivered by regular mail. you can call the irs to ask whether a notice you have received is actually from the agency. you can also consult a reliable tax professional to get advice about whether the notice is genuine and how to handle it. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact
mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 28 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph staying mostly clear tonight with lows in the 30s to around 40. sunny conditions expected tomorrow with similar highs in the middle 50s then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday and may mix in with a few snowflakes. very chilly air by sunday as highs only reach into low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 66 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with rain likely possibly mixing with snow overnight. am low: 50 high: 62 wind: s 15-25 mph saturday: cloudy, windy and cool. slight chance of snow showers. am low: 42 high: 40 wind: wnw 15-30 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 28 gh: 38 nd: nw 5-10
it's one of the most common questions at the dinner table. "can you pass the salt?" researchers now think that desire for salty foods is programmed in some of us from birth. mary stoker smith joins us now with more. yep, that craving for salt you have... may be in your genes. university of kentucky college of nursing researchers say it's all because it causes, some people to be more keenly aware of bitter flavors.. and that means they are about twice as likely to exceed the daily recommended limit of salt. previous studies have shown these people are more likely to avoid green, heart-healthy foods. the team did not figure out exactly why people crave salt more than others. more research will be needed to figure that out.. for now, suggest trying out other spices to calm those cravings. it was just recently legalized
states, but using marijuana may temporarily weaken your heart. its happens during "stress cardiomyopathy" cardio-my-op-a-thee .it's caused by extreme emotional stressors such as grief, fear, surprise and anger. researchers took data on more than thirty-three thousand people with the condition between 20-11 and 20-13. they found, those who smoked marijuana were more likely to go into cardiac arrest during stress than non-users. users are also being more likely to need a def stabilize their heart rhythms. and if you find yourself having a few drinks throughout the work week... it's not all bad... drinking up to two alcoholic drinks a day may slow the decline of good cholesterol in your blood. researchers analyzed more than eighty thousand chinese adults in their forties. they were divided into five groups -- non-drinkers, past-drinkers, light, moderate and heavy drinkers. their good cholesterol levels were measured throughout the
drinkers experienced the slowest decline. the decline also depended on the type of alcohol consumed. researchers aren't sure exactly what caused the slower decline but hope more research will help. soon, you're going to need to keep an extra eye out when hailing a ride from "lyft". the ride-sharing app is removing its iconic pink mustache logo. instead replacing it with beacons which they are calling amps. it will be on cars beginning january first, next year. it's starting the update in major cities including new york and los angeles. lyft says "amp" can also communicate with customers' smartphones. facebook and google are also changing their ways. both sites cracking down on fake news sites on the internet. the two companies announcing steps to prevent those sites from making money through their ad-selling services. facebook says websites that traffic in fake news will be banned from using its audience network. google says it's working on the same thing by changing policy to prevent websites that misrepresent
to the forefront recently with facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg insisting the site did not influence the presidential election. a group of people in north texas say they live by a different set of rules. in fact -- there are very few rules at all. this place is called "the garden of eden." a dozen people live there-- and are quite self- sufficient. they grow and raise their own food -- live without plumbing and re-use what others throw out. quinn eaker is the leader of the group. "i don't have to live the way have to live the way they want me to live ...this is my life ...these are my children ...they're happy ...they're healthy ...they're intelligent" child services visits the community and says the children are all healthy and well cared for. not your average rescue mission after a powerful quake rocks new zealand. not people, but cows. three of them stranded on a small island of grass following the earthquake were rescued.
brought to safety after the farmer that owns them dug a track and brought them out. the farmer said the cows were desperate for water after they were rescued. dellow says: "they were very lucky that the bit of pasture they were on has survived its trip down the hill because they're a lot of pasture that's been churned up and buried in the debris." millton says; "you're a clever cow i think to be able to skip and dance while the land beneath you is disappearing down the hill." the farmer says the quake's fault line ran right beneath his farm, which had been relatively flat before the the series of earthquakes rocked new zealand yesterday-- killing two people. a barbershop can be a place where community members gather to discuss all sorts of things. but they also, can be a place to help at risk young people. "my way of giving back to the community was through haircuts." the way one barber is using haircuts to help high schoolers stay on the right
call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles. [ knuckles crack ] [ spits ] ooo. ouch. [ neck cracks ] [ darien ] switch and get half off any smartphone. plus up to $650 back. 5. "make the grade-- keep the fade" - that's what one barber shop in pennsylvania is advertising to motivate kids to do well in school. fox 6's myra sanchick tells us why the owner of a barber shop is giving free haircuts to students with a's and b's. "nats of razor" isaac mantilla has owned fade away barber shop
years, and wants to reward students for doing well in school. "when i was growing up i didn't get haircuts frequently. i got them maybe once every three months. and i used to hate it." so he started giving students who get a's and b's on their report cards free haircuts at his shop. he recently decided to advertise on a community facebook page. "people coming up with ideas to help out, make york a better place. and my way of giving back to the community people feel good about themselves." 17-year-old sterling dozier is a senior at a local high school. he was one of mantilla's clients who is benefiting from his good grades this semester. "i think it's a good idea. it's a good motivation to get better grades." mantilla says the kids often benefit from more than just the trim. parents - not knowing the cut is free with good grades - usually send their children in with
snacks. i means hey! i don't want to put you guys out there. what you gonna do with your money? see no comment. fifth!" so far this year mantilla has given out seven free cuts - and he plans to continue the tradition. "keep on bringing in the good grades and i'll keep on giving the fades out." myra sanchick, fox 6 news. five... wisconsin attorney general brad schimel ?files an appeal... in an effort to block brendan dassey from being released from prison. it is yet another legal twist in this case... just yesterday, a judge ruled dassey should be released from prison. you'll recall in 2007... dassey was convicted of helping his uncle steven avery kill theresa halbach at averys home in manitowoc
popular netflix documentary 'making a murderer.' this past august -- a judge overturned ?dassey's conviction, saying his confession was coerced. the state filed notice in september it would appeal that decision. that brings us to this week's legal ?developments. fox six's madeline anderson is in the newsroom with the latest. that motion was just filed around 4- o'clock this afternoon. in it... the state requests the federal judge to stay his order releasing decision by 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon... when the state will file an emergency motion in the seventh circuit by the close of business tomorrow. in its argument.... the state says the judge did not have the authority to issue an order to release dassey... and there is a strong likelihood the seventh circuit court.. when reviewing the case.. will rule in the state's favor. the document goes on to say... dassey's
meanwhile... dassey's lawyers hope to have him out of prison by thanksgiving... they provided the court great detail on how his release would go. in what brendan dasseys lawyers call a 'comprehensive release plan'... they say the 27-year-old who has spent nearly a decade behind bars... will receive the support necessary to facilitate his positive re-integration back into society.' it states dassey will spend the first three northeastern wisconsin in a family owned trailer... about 100 miles from manitowoc. the intent is to minimize disruptions to the public..., the halbach family and dassey himself. during this time... he'll participate in the rent smart program in brown county... which will prepare him to someday live independently. the plan also addresses what dassey will do for work... detailing job training and educaitonal classes so he can begin work in his desired field of computers and video games. he also wants to volunteer at a