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College Student Sade Robinson Killed After First Date | Interview w/ Her Father | Full Breakdown (Video)

In a courtroom filled with tension, 33-year-old #MaxwellAnderson, the suspect accused of murdering #SadeRobinson, a Black Wisconsin college student, after their first date, has entered a plea of not guilty on all charges. Anderson, a bartender, is adamant about his innocence and wants his day in court, asking for the case to head to trial. The court appearance on April 22 was a pivotal moment. Anderson, appearing in person, formally waived his preliminary hearing. Despite almost a month passing since Robinson was reported missing and later found to be killed and dismembered, questions continue to haunt this shocking case.

Who is Sade Robinson? Sade Carleena Robinson was a bright 19-year-old soul from Vicksburg, Mississippi. Sade was born on May 10, 2004. Sade was a loving daughter, a cherished sister, and a dear friend to many. She was on the brink of graduating from Milwaukee Area Technical College with an associate degree in criminal justice. She had a promising future ahead in the field of justice. According to her father, Carlos Robinson, his daughter loved to explore the truth. Her mother, Sheena Scarbrough, said that Sade also dreamed of joining the U.S. Air Force. Sade's grandfather was a part of the military, and he was someone she looked up too.

Members of Robinson’s family and the community have been vocal in their criticism of law enforcement’s investigation. Early on, community members discovered a blanket belonging to Robinson in an area that police had already searched. Additionally, many of her remains were located by vigilant community members. Adding to the complexity, state prosecutors amended the complaint against Anderson. Blood investigators found at his home was tested and is not Robinson’s blood, further muddying the waters.

Currently, Anderson remains in custody, held on a $5 million bond. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 16, where he will face felony charges of first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, and arson of a property other than a building. Robinson’s family and friends are unwavering in their search for the rest of her remains, seeking closure and justice for their beloved daughter and friend.

Click above to watch her full story.


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