Wisconsin Gunman Accused of Killing Judge Had a Hit List

Wisconsin Gunman Accused of Killing Judge Had a Hit List

KILL LIST Found – Murderer Had Multiple Targets!

(NewsReady.com) – On Friday, June 3, an assailant murdered a 68-year-old man in his home in New Lisbon, Wisconsin. Police later identified the victim as a retired judge. Authorities now believe the killer had a hit list with other high-profile public figures.

According to a press release from the Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office received a call at about 6:30 a.m. reporting that a man entered a home and fired two shots. The caller had escaped the home to notify officers. When police arrived, they discovered the suspect, 56-year-old Douglas K. Uhde, still in the home. Sometime after 10 a.m., officers entered the home where they found the victim, retired Judge John Roemer, dead. Police found Uhde in the basement with a self-inflicted gunshot wound; he’s now hospitalized in critical condition.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Judge Roemer sentenced the alleged suspect to six years in prison for burglary in 2005. The paper also reported a friend of Uhde said he never liked authority figures. He’d allegedly talked about “taking care of” the judge. Sources also told reporters Uhde had a kill list that included Democratic Governors Tony Evers (WI), Gretchen Whitmer (MI), and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.

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