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the prosecutor in madison wisconsin tuesday declining to press criminal charges against a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager this tragic and unfortunate death , unlawful use of deadly police force , and that no charges , should be brought against officer kenny , in the death of tony robinson junior , the march sixth shooting yet another incident of police using lethal force against unarmed men of color police officer met kenny responded to calls tony robinson was acting a radically possibly under the influence of drugs the officer said nineteen year old robinson punched him in the head and he feared robinson would overpower him can be fired his weapon seven times hitting robinson in the head torso an arm , robinson's chilling touched off large but mostly orderly protests in madison , tuesday's exoneration follows the decision by baltimore prosecutors to charge six cops in connection with the death of freddie gray who was fatally injured while in police custody last month , prior to those charges protests in baltimore culminated in a night of arson and looting leading the city to impose a curfew and call in the national guard , dane county district attorney smiles on concluding his remarks in madison tuesday with an appeal for peace violence , rings only temporary change , violence , by creating many more social problems , never brings permanent peace , according to reverend martin luther king , thank you