Active shooter's release leaves community speechless

In April 2009 the District 4 Court of the State of Wisconsin ordered the release of Bryan Stanley, the killer of three people in a church. Two doctors — both mental health experts — agreed that he is no danger to the public as long as he takes his medication.

24 Years Earlier
On a winter night in 1985 in La Crosse Wisconsin, veteran Officer Paul Bequette cautiously approached a lone figure hiding in the bushes beside St. Francis hospital. During the contact, the suspect became belligerent and claimed to be “the Prophet Elijah.” The troubled man, Bryan Stanley, threatened that he would call down an angel to kill Officer Bequette. Continue reading