AP-WI--Wisconsin News Coverage Advisory 8:30 am, WI
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MILWAUKEE — British cybersecurity expert Marcus Hitchens, once hailed as a hero for stopping a worldwide computer virus, returns to federal court Wednesday in Milwaukee, where his attorneys will try to suppress statements he made after his arrest for allegedly creating software to steal banking passwords. Hitchens was arrested months after winning acclaim for his work to stop the WannaCry computer virus and now faces several charges of computer fraud. He has pleaded not guilty. UPCOMING: 500 words.
STUN GUN DEATH-LAWSUIT
MILWAUKEE — The family of a mentally ill man who died after Milwaukee-area police officers used a stun gun on him has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Village of West Milwaukee. The family of 22-year-old Adam Trammell alleges police violated his constitutional rights by using excessive and deadly force during the May 2017 encounter. The family seeks unspecified money damages. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 300 words.
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