The Guardian – A Madison police department spokesman, Joel DeSpain, told the Guardian that the chief of police, Mike Koval, went to visit Robinson’s family the night of the shooting. At time of publication, police representatives were unable to answer questions about Irwin’s forced isolation and the delay in telling her her son had died.
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