Dental Associates On S. Chavez Drive In Milwaukee To Relocate

Milwaukee’s Southside Dental clinic at the 1100 block of S. Chavez Drive expected to close by the end of the year or early next year.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 23, 2014

Milwaukee, WI – On Friday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) learned that the Dental Associates clinic, 1135 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive is expected to close by the end of the year or early next year. The closing will affect about 300 staff members who are mostly Spanish speaking.
Dental Associates plans to remodel a building near W. Lincoln Ave. on Miller Parkway (S. 43rd St.). Employees haven’t been told, if they will relocate to the Miller Parkway clinic or will be replaced, according to a creditable source who did not want to be identified.
Also, Hispanic, Hmong and ethnic employees at the Dental Associates clinic, 11711 W. Burleigh St. in Wauwatosa have been prohibited from Speaking Spanish or other languages at the clinic, unless they are translating. Some employees have refused to translate because their supervisor doesn’t want employees speaking their native language with other staff members while at work. The Wauwatosa clinic has at least 60 to 80 employees and one Dentist who speaks predominately in Spanish, according to the source.
The administration at Dental Associates hasn’t announced their intent to relocate the S. Chavez Drive clinic to Miller Parkway. If the Southside clinic relocates, Chavez Drive will be left without a dental clinic in the Chavez Drive proximity.

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Afro-American Salt Lake City Police Officer Kills Unarmed Homeless White Man

Taylor was killed several days after he predicted his own death on Facebook.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 20, 2014

South Salt Lake, Utah – On Monday, protesters in Salt Lake City were demanding justice for Dillon Taylor, 20, who was killed on August 11 coming out of a South Salt Lake 7-Eleven Store by an Afro-American (Black) Salt Lake City Police officer. The officer and two other officers were placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the shooting have not been identified, but one officer fired at least two fatal shots at Taylor. Taylor was unarmed and the fatal shooting was captured by police body cameras, but the Salt Lake City Police Department whose officers were involved is refusing to comment, if Taylor was armed or have not mentioned what the video actually shows. The Black officer was accompanied by two other officers who responded to a 911 call that a man was brandishing a weapon and Taylor fit the description. Taylor and two friends were coming out of the 7-Eleven store when they were confronted by police. The entire incident outside the 7-Eleven store was recorded by the officers body cameras.
Taylor was convicted for felony robbery and obstruction of justice and had an outstanding $25,000 warrant at the time of his death for violating conditions of his probation, according to court records.
Taylor who is Hispanic, according to his family also had posted on his Facebook account on August 9, that he was homeless, couldn’t get along with family members and had the premonition that he would die soon. He was killed by the officer several days later.
The Salt Lake City Police Department indicated that the investigation results might take weeks or months and Taylor’s family and friends want answers now. The South Salt Lake Police Department has taken over the investigation.
Taylor was killed in cold blood and police are attempting to cover-up Taylor’s murder, according to the protesters. A protest was held near the Salt Lake City Police Department on Monday, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Dillon Taylor

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Milwaukee Police Body Cameras Proposed By Alderman Zielinski

Alderman Zielinski will propose body cameras for Milwaukee police, if Mayor Tom Barrett doesn’t include them in 2015 budget.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 21, 2014

Milwaukee, WI – On Thursday, Alderman T. Anthony Zielinski from the 14th District announced that he will introduce an amendment to Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett’s 2015 executive budget, if he doesn’t include body cameras for Milwaukee police officers. Alderman Zielinski in his Facebook account posted, “Wearable body cameras for Milwaukee police officers should be included in Mayor Tom Barrett’s proposed 2015 executive budget. If the Mayor does not include this in his budget I will submit a budget amendment to accomplish this goal.
The small cameras record the interactions officers have with citizens, and also document calls for service. These cameras offer the public a clear record of what transpired, and for officers who followed the law and followed procedure–but who are wrongfully accused – the footage can provide irrefutable vindication.
Given current events, I believe these cameras are a good investment which can increase overall transparency while providing a clear record of what occurs during a given call for service.”
Body cameras for police have been long overdue in Milwaukee, one of the most segregated cities in Wisconsin. The cameras will help minimize in appropriate and questionable actions by officers during field interactions with citizens or suspects.

T. Anthony Zielinski

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Joe Bravo Being Stalked, According To Facebook Postings

Bravo warned several alleged stalkers that “if something should happen to Margie or me, you are going to pay big-time.”

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 21, 2014

Austin, Texas – On Wednesday, Joe Bravo, 69, a popular Spanish language Tejano style singer posted on his Facebook (FB) account that several people have been harrassing, including stalking him and his girlfriend, Rosa Margie Calderon. Bravo told FB users that he had just learned of the alleged stalking and that several people had showed up at their residence to take photos of his vehicle, apartment and had claimed that they even knocked at their door.
Other FB (fans) users were able to identify the stalkers and Bravo just identified them by their initials as R.G. and S.C. Bravo warned the alleged stalkers on FB that “if something should happen to Margie or me, you are going to pay big-time.” Bravo apparently notified the authorities about the stalking and hopes that the stalkers stop harrassing him and his live-in girlfriend, according to Bravo’s postings.

Joe Bravo and Rosa Margie Calderon

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Tracking The Missing $690K In Loans To Esperanza Unida, Inc.

Mata extends his assistance to help solve the mystery of the missing $690,000 in loans to Esperanza Unida, Inc.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 20, 2014

Mikwaukee, WI – On Wednesday, Adam E. Mata, the former executive director of Esperanza Unida, Inc. in 2005, when contacted by Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) confirmed that he has extended his assistance to help solve the mystery of the missing $690,000 in loans made to the non-profit organization. Mata is currently a Realtor Associate with Century 21 affiliated out of Wautoma, Wisconsin. Mata had learned that Manuel “Manny” Pérez, the current executive director of Esperanza Unida has claimed that the funds had been missing and no record was available to what happened to that money.
Mata told HNNUSA, “We tried to stop the bleeding and manage the property. We never got a chance to request federal funds. If we received any they were already in place. I can say for certain we never attempted to get any monies thru a mortgage or refinancing of the building on 611.” Mata’s associate director in 2005 was Cuauhtemoc “Temo” Rodríguez.
Rodríguez when contacted stated, “If you have a date on when that transaction took place, then you will be able to zero-in on who made that transaction. I do not recall any such transaction. I’m sure you are aware that Board of Directors approve large transactions and are legally responsible.”
Mata also stated, “I was the executive director for most of 2005. I don’t remember the exact dates. But I have contacted the current Director and offered my assistance in resolving this matter, I am awaiting to hear from him so that I can help the agency resolve this issue. once I get more info. on what exactly is going on I will let you know within the confines of what is best for the agency. I am saddened by this turn of events and hope that this issue gets resolved in the best interest of the agency.”
When contacted on Wednesday, Pérez stated, “I’ve indicated to Mr. Adam Mata that the $690K in loans or leans against the 611 building were missing and that I do not know where that money went nor that the Economic Development Authority (EDA) and the State Department of Commerce had approved for these loans to be made.” The matter of the missing funds have been turned over to the EDA and State Department of Commerce for review, according to Pérez.
The EDA has requested all records from the banking institutions that made the loans and are tracking the financial paper trail of who requested the loans and where the money ended up.
Pérez also confirmed that the building at 611 W. National Ave. has at least five leans totalling almost $700K and it can’t be sold until the EDA approves it and the leans are paid.
In June, the Esperanza Board of Directors from the non-profit organization had accepted an offer from Callan Shultz, of North Pointe Holdings ll LLC and President of Keystone Development from Oshkosh to sell. The Oshkosh developer offered $1.3M and will invest a $7M project to convert the 611 building into a 55-unit apartment complex and will keep some businesses on the first floor. The Board couldn’t refuse the offer, since it has been on debt and facing a $1.3M deficit.
Last year, Esperanza Unida ended with $495,000 in gross revenue and for 2014, Pérez projected about $900,000 in gross revenue. But in terms of net income, Esperanza owes $50,000 to CD, it owes $388,000 to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and $70,000 to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) employment insurance. Pérez had also confirmed that several “inappropriate loans were made during former Richard Oulahan (1978 to 2005) or right after, which a $600,000 loan from M&I Bank was made before former executive director Robert F. Miranda (2005 to 2014) took over, also a loan from Wells Fargo of $100,000 was made and we have no idea where it is. So, the total debt for Esperanza Unida is between $1.2 to $1.3 million.

Adam E. Mata and Manuel “Manny” Pérez

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ISIS Beheads James Wright Foley, GlobalPost Reporter Who Went Missing In 2012

ISIS terrorist group beheads U.S. reporter after giving prepared statement to his family and Americans.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 19, 2014

Binesh, Syria – An ISIS terrorist message to all Americans first posted on YouTube and then on LiveLeak on the Internet shows the decapitation of James Wright Foley, 40, a U.S. reporter for the GlobalPost and a native from New Hampshire, who disappeared in November 2012 (Thanksgiving Day) from Syria. Foley is shown on his knees and is reading a prepared statement by ISIS, which blamed the U.S. for the deaths of ISIS members and innocent Syrians.
A masked man covered in black stands beside Foley and then proceeds to decapitate him. Afterwards, Foley’s body is shown decapitated and his head on the body’s back.
A second U.S. reporter is also shown in the video and is believed to be Steven Joel Sotloff who worked for the Time and Foreign Policy magazines. He was also kidnapped in Syria near the border with Turkey. Sotloff awaits the same fate, according to ISIS.
The U.S. government has confirmed that the video is real and Foley’s death.

Caution: Graphic video showing James Wright Foley decapitation at link:

James Wright Foley

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Missing Elkhorn Man’s Body Found In Kettle Moraine Forest Near Whitewater

Delorme was last seen in Elkhorn on July 13, the Walworth County Sheriff reported.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 19, 2014

Whitewater, WI – On Tuesday, the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) reported that they believe the body of Russ Delorme, 48, of Elkhorn was discovered in the Kettle Moraine Forest. His vehicle was located on July 15 on Esterly Road at the Kettle Moraine Forest near Whitewater.
According to the WCSO, it had search the area multilple times with no luck to find Delorme. The WCSO says, “he was reported missing on August 01, 2014. Prior to this discovery, the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office conducted eight separate searches involving persons on foot, horseback, and ATVs.”
On Sunday, a hiker around 3:30 p.m. discovered Delorme’s body just off the Yellow Trail in the Kettle Moraine Forest.
An autopsy on Monday indicates, Delorme suffered a self-inflicted wound. The WCSO is waiting to confirm Delorme’s body by dental records.

Russ Delorme

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