MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Jim Doyle met privately in November with the parents of a University of Wisconsin-Madison student whose murder remains unsolved.
Brittany Zimmermann was stabbed to death in her apartment on April 2, and police have yet to arrest a suspect.
Doyle's spokesman Lee Sensenbrenner says her parents, Kevin and Jean Zimmermann, requested the meeting that took place on Nov. 25.
Doyle's calendar shows they planned to meet for 45 minutes.
Sensenbrenner says he does not know what was discussed at the meeting.
Controversy has been swirling around the unsolved murder because a 911 call Zimmermann placed was mishandled by an operator.
Police weren't dispatched until 40 minutes later -- after her boyfriend found her body.
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