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Cook is currently under emergency suspension, with no end date set at the moment, UW spokesperson Meredith Mc Glone said.
Under Wisconsin State Legislature Chapter 17, an emergency suspension can remain in effect until the decision in the hearing on the underlying charges is rendered or the emergency suspension is rescinded.
Gadson and her attorneys, Laura Breun and Jessica Garrity, entered a not guilty plea.
Gadson argues she did not know the victim and was attempting to fire a warning shot to scare off a rival group.
The presiding judge on the case, however, is able to revoke this right.
During a search of Cook’s apartment, Sampson said investigators found a notebook that they believed contained grooming and stalking techniques for several women.
In the last week, a “social media firestorm” erupted — particularly on Facebook, Van Wagner said.
Since the case became public, it has prompted some to step forward and contact the authorities, Van Wagner added.
After reading Gadson’s preliminary hearing waiver, Remington asked her questions to ensure she understood what she had signed and what it meant for her case.One column was marked “kill.” Sampson said investigators have not yet defined the exact meaning of the column.More than 20 notebooks were recovered, Sampson said, but investigators have only reviewed one so far.According to the Wisconsin State Journal, the prosecuting attorney, Assistant District Attorney Colette Sampson, is arguing for a 0,000 bail.Cook’s defense lawyer, Christopher Van Wagner, asked to release his client on a signature bond instead.
Van Wagner, however, told The Badger Herald that the stories behind the notebooks could be interpreted in multiple ways.