Layout 1

Kenosha County Eye

Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.

Autopsy Details Dominate Most Of Day 4 – Mark Jensen Re-Trial

Share
Tweet
Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Chambliss, MD
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Day 4 of Mark Jensen’s re-trial for the anti-freeze death of his wife has finished. Seven witnesses took the stand, including one witness, who took the stand via his 2008 testimony.

Paid Advertisement
Eric Schoor, Mark’s Son David’s Best Friend In 3rd Grade
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Eric Schoor, Mark’s son David’s best friend In 3rd grade was allowed to testify today. He said that David told him that his mother was sick and his dad wouldn’t take him to the hospital. He also said that David mimicked his mother’s breathing which sounded very labored and raspy.

Laura Schoor, Mother of Eric Schoor – Mark’s Son David’s Best Friend In 3rd Grade
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Laura Schoor, Mother of Eric Schoor – Mark’s Son David’s Best Friend In 3rd Grade
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Laura Schoor, mother of Eric Schoor – Mark’s son David’s best friend In 3rd grade, also testified to the sound Julie made while breathing that David told Eric, who told his mother. This hearsay testimony was allowed in under the “excited utterance” doctrine.

Paid Advertisement
Angela Martinelli, Former Neighbor Of The Jensens
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Angela Martinelli, Former Neighbor Of The Jensens
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)


Angela Martinelli, former neighbor of the Jensens testified that she was neighbors with the Jensens until 1997, when she moved. She talked about Julie and the book club. It wasn’t clear why she was called as a witness. It is becoming clear why the 2007-2008 trial was the longest in Wisconsin’s history. It appears maybe Special Prosecutor Jambois likes to call as many witnesses as he can as some sort of strategy.

Kimberly Noble (Shaw)
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Kimberly Noble (Shaw)
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Kimberly Noble (Shaw) testified that Julie was a great person and mother. Her two-year-old daughter was cared for by Julie.

Paid Advertisement
Tadeusz (Ted) Wojt, Former Neighbor and Friend To Julie Jensen
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Tadeusz (Ted) Wojt, former Neighbor and Friend To Julie Jensen was deemed to be “unavailable” by the court. It is believed that he suffers from a memory condition. This allows the prosecutors to play previous testimony. Jurors heard Ted talk for over an hour about how Julie confided in him about her troubled marriage. Ted testified he was worried for Julie and her kids, so he offered her over $1,000 and a vacation home for her to use to get away from Mark. She declined. He is the wife of the late Malgorzata (Margaret) Wojt. Ted and his wife were given the “letter” that lead to the reversing of Jensen’s conviction.

Florence Jensen (Right), Mark’s Mother Watches Herself From the First Trial in 2008
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Former Bradford Principal Joseph Mangi
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Former Bradford Principal Joseph Mangi
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Joseph Mangi, most notably remembered for being the superintendent of Schools for Kenosha Unified, testified that he offered Julie Jensen an office job at Bradford High School when he was principal. He called to give her the good news and Mark answered the phone. Mangi testified that Mark said, “She’s going to be asleep for a long time.” and laughed. He said he found it unsettling and disconcerting that Mark laughed.

Paid Advertisement

Mark Jensen Speaking With Defense Attorney Mackenzie Renner
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Chambliss, MD
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Chambliss, MD
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Chambliss, MD took the stand and testified extensively about the autopsy of Julie from 1998. He told the jury that he has performed over 7,000 autopsies and testified in court over 11,000 times. He was a medical examiner in Waukesha at the time, but came to Kenosha County becuase the Kenosha County ME was off of work. He testified about the possible cause of death being anti-freeze, asphyxiation, or a combination of them both. He changed his opinion from 1998 when he seemed to think that this was a suicide. He did not explain why his testimony changed some 14 years later. Autopsy photos, and postmortem photos, extremely graphic in nature, were shown to the jury. A few of the jurors seemed visibly shaken by the images that were left on the screen for several minutes at a time. Dr. Chambiss’ testimony finished right at 5 pm when court was adjourned.

Florence Jensen
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Special Prosecutor Bob Jambois Speaks to Kenosha DDA Carli McNeill
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Special Prosecutor Bob Jambois Speaks to His Wife, Beverly Jambois
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Judge Milisauskas
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Mark Jensen Speaking To Attorney Jeremy Perri
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Mark Jensen
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Author

Share
Tweet
LATEST NEWS

Fired KUSD Teacher Groomed Student “For Sex”: Civil Lawsuit Filed Today

A fired teacher at KTEC West named Christian Enwright groomed a 13, and later 14-year-old student, from June of 2023 until he was caught in February of 2024. He did this for the purpose of having sex with the child at some point. This is according to a civil suit filed today in the Kenosha County Circuit Court. Named in the suit is Enwright and his insurance company (if he has one.) According to the 38-page

Read More »

Grooming Teacher’s Cell Phone Seized Before Court Last Week, Sexual Contact Is Now Suspected: Unsealed Warrant

***Editor’s Note – Explicit Content*** During Christian Enwright’s initial court appearance where bail is set, he encountered a big surprise – two detectives armed with a search warrant. It was signed by Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Chad Kerkman. It commanded law enforcement officers to seize Enwright’s phone. Enright is a fired teacher from KUSD’s KTEC West school that was charged last week with 22 counts of disorderly conduct for the grooming of a 12 through

Read More »
MORE TOP STORIES

KCE Takes Andy “Sgt. Hard” Berg Back To Court For Contempt – Berg Hasn’t Provided Records Or Paid Fees As Ordered

Last month, a Kenosha Judge ordered a former Kenosha County Board Member Andy Berg (D) to make available for inspection a large amount of county park maps and business cards that he was illegally distributing during his Spring 2024 election. Judge Frank Gagliardi also ordered Berg to pay Mathewson’s legal fees, in the amount of $309.50 – neither have happened. Berg’s deadline was May 11, 2024. Mathewson contacted Berg via his attorney. Berg still wouldn’t provide

Read More »

Salem Lakes To Appoint New Board Member – Pete Poli Is The Obvious Choice: Opinion

The Village of Salem Lakes has the opportunity for any legal resident of Salem Lakes that meets the age requirement, as well as other legal statutory requirements, to serve out the remainder of the term of beloved Trustee Kelly Sweeting. Sweeting abruptly resigned due to health reasons. The Village of Salem Lakes has seen major fundamental changes since the upset of the Spring 2023 election. These changes have been led by President Rita Bucur, trustees, new Salem

Read More »

Former Indian Trail High School Employee Charged With Very Serious Sex Crimes Against Students

Jamill E. Sanders, 36, of Racine, was allowed to resign from the Kenosha Unified School District on May 13, 2022 as an “Educational Support Professional.” He then went on to work for 21st Century Preparatory School in Racine. That is where police and prosecutors say he sexually assaulted two juvenile students. Sanders was charged this past Tuesday, May 14, 2024 with “Second Degree Sexual Assault Of A Child Under 16 Years Of Age” and “Repeated Sexual

Read More »

Fired Groomer Teacher Makes First Court Appearance, Family Of Victim Speaks Out

Christian Enwright, the teacher fired last week for the long-term grooming of a pre-teen student, made his first court appearance today. Enwright was charged last week with 22 counts of disorderly conduct – facing more than five years in jail. Enwright appeared in court today with his two attorneys, Jason Luczak and Nicole Masnica. Both are good, experienced, and expensive. Luczak is also an adjunct professor at Marquette Law School. Although Enwright walked into the courtroom

Read More »

“Latte With The Law” Big Hit Monday Evening

Summer Moon GM Ashley Busser, a former police dispatcher and EMT, has spent the last two-and-one-half years running her family business. The franchise, is owned by her parents, Jim and Cathi Leibforth. They were quick to volunteer to host The Kenosha Police’s “Latte With The Law” Monday evening. On hand to interact with the public, answer questions, and show off tactical equipment were members of the Kenosha Police Department – from patrol officers, to SWAT members,

Read More »

Kenosha Police Recommend Felony Charges Against Ousted County Board Supervisor Andy Berg

After reviewing dozens of pages of bank records, Kenosha Police believe that the embattled former County Board Member Andy Berg committed one or more felonies. According to a Kenosha Police spokesperson, many of the charges from Berg’s bank account for his non-profit “Garden of Eatin,” didn’t appear to benefit the non-profit at all, but instead, benefitted Berg, himself. Berg had served as a county board supervisor from 2016 to April of this year, being defeated by

Read More »

Kenosha Police Cold Case Vault: The Murder Of Deyonn J. Williams

On September 27, 2020, at about 1:40 a.m., a 25-year-old Illinois man named Deyonn J. Williams was gunned down at near the corner of 49th St and 8th Ave, just one block from the now-demolished RedZone. Police were called and found dozens of people in the parking lot of Red Zone and chaos. Police found WIlliams lying on the ground and bleeding to death. He was taken to the hospital but efforts to revive Williams were

Read More »

Kenosha Unified Teacher Recently Fired For Grooming Charged With 22 Counts of Disorderly Conduct

Christian Enwright, a teacher who was fired Tuesday for grooming a 12-year-old student, was charged today with 22 counts of disorderly conduct. He faces a maximum sentence of five-and-one-half years behind bars minus “good time.” According to the 29-page criminal complaint: On February 5, 2024, Kenosha Police Department Detective “Schillwater” was assigned to investigate an anonymous report made to the Kenosha County Department of Family Services (DCFS) on February 2, 2024. The information provided to DCFS

Read More »

Breaking: Chrystul Kizer Pleads Guilty For 2018 Murder Of Pedophile

After nearly six years since being charged with murder, arson, bail-jumping, and car theft, Chrystul Kizer has plead guilty for the June 5, 2018 murder Randall P. Volar III. On this date, she shot him in the back of the head, burned his house down, and stole his car. Kizer admitted as much to detectives with the Kenosha Police Department. In the plea deal that was accepted today by Judge David Wilk, Kizer plead guilty to

Read More »

Kenosha Unified Administrators’ Salaries

Many in the community have asked KCE to publish salaries for the administrators at KUSD. You asked – we delivered. Here is the text of our request to the district: “Any documents or combination of documents in the possession of the Kenosha Unified School District that contains the name, title, and salaries of all administrative employees of the district. I define administrative employees as all employees that are not solely classroom teachers, janitors, or lunchroom workers.

Read More »
Categories
Archives
Authors

10 Responses

  1. You sure would think if he made her drink the antifreeze that would have been some
    physical evidence, since that chemical never dries, you sure would think there be something on her clothes or bed, because when someone makes you drink something almost all the time you try to spit it out or resist it there for something should be there, Sorry but i don’t believe it , I don’t think this guy did it , I think she hated him so much that this was a way back at him , Don’t get me wrong , i think he might have been an ass , and wasnt good to her , But killing her . I’m not sold on it, no real evidence all speculation! But that how are DA, think they should win cases, you can tell by the behavior in the court room, if i was the judge, I would set that DA straight with court room behavior ,

    1. Antifreeze is sweet & he was putting it in her drink. Putting antifreeze in a sweet drink is hard to tell. Also it’s pretty hard for her to sit on herself to suffocate. He didn’t even call an ambulance. That says something within itself.

  2. I don’t think that he is guilty. Both were playing in a toxic relationship that had to finish long time ago.
    All speculation. All revenge for both sides.
    She is not innocent. She decided to be there. She tried that he can be how she thought he might be. Wrong wish in a lot women.
    I am from Europe and I am not friend or nothing of Jensen family but I saw this case by YouTube.
    Judge was bad and not fair about Jensen parole.
    Julie’s brothers weren’t when she was bad and she didn’t call them. Why?.
    Too much doubt and contradict in this case.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

LATEST NEWS
Categories
Archives
Authors

Subscribe to updates

Get notified of new articles. We'll never share your email address.