Wisconsin DOJ hires former Madison police chief to review Jacob Blake shooting investigation

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Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced retired Madison Police Chief Noble Wray will analyze the DOJ investigation for the Kenosha DA.
 
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Former Madison police chief selected to review Jacob Blake shooting investigation
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has selected former Madison Police Chief Noble Wray as outside consultant to review the investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

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