Suspected murderer of Wisconsin judge had hit list including Mitch McConnell

A retired Wisconsin judge was murdered Friday at his home in what law enforcement officers are labeling targeted murder.

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A suspect was caught at the scene and it is reported that he had a hit list, which included the names of at least three prominent politicians.

Police found 68-year-old John Romer, who was sitting on a Juno County Circuit Court bench, shot and killed Friday morning at his home in the township of New Lisbon. Wisconsin Department of Justice, A senior law enforcement official told NBC News that Roemer zip-tied to a chair,

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56-year-old Douglas K. Uhde, who was found inside Romer’s home with self-inflicted gunshot wounds, is caught by police and has been named a suspect. Uhde has not yet been charged with any crime related to Romer’s murder.

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Uhde was sentenced Roemer. jailed for six years by for theft in 2005 armed with a dangerous weapon, although no official motive has been established for Romer’s murder. there…

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