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Phillip Thiessen

Phillip Thiessen Wiki – Phillip Thiessen Biography

Phillip A. Thiessen, 55, was driving his motorcycle in Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, as researchers said he was deliberately driving a man’s truck, because he believed that all Harley drivers were “white racist.”


Thiessen was a former sailor and served as a police officer in Fairfax until retirement from 1990 to 2016, and later worked at the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Internet Crimes Against Children unit.

City of Fairfax Police Department Facebook Post Statement

“It is with a heavy heart that our department announces the passing of retired Sgt. Phil Thiessen. Sgt. Thiessen retired in 2016 and was killed last night in a motor vehicle accident in Wisconsin. He not only served the citizens of the City of Fairfax with honor from 1990-2016, but also served in the United States Marine Corps. As you can tell by this brief array of photos, he had a great sense of humor and was quite the character. You will be missed by many Phil.”

Phillip Thiessen Age

Phillip Thiessen died at the age of 55

Phillip Thiessen Killed by Daniel Navarro

27-year-old Daniel Navarro was held on a $ 1 million bond and faced first degree deliberate murder – hate crime, dangerous weapon use, and hate crime charges that do not harm first degree security.


Navarro was heading east when he saw what he described as a white motorcyclist on the opposite side of the road, then stepped westward into the lane, shot and killed Phillip Theissen. Navarro also admitted to investigators, he was thinking of doing this earlier in the day.
Police said Navarro recognized the motorcycle as a Harley Davidson motorcycle. According to researchers, Navarro said that only white people in Wisconsin use Harleys, and people who use Harley Davidson motorcycles are typically “white racists”.
“He chose a motorcycle instead of a car because he wanted the driver to die and was not only injured or paralyzed,” Waldschmidt said.

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