Monday, November 19, 2012

Named During John Doe Defendant Felony Sentencing: Shelve That Walker-For-President Talk

The Teflon is gone:

Walker, key aides implicated during Doe sentencing

Gov. Scott Walker and his top campaign and Milwaukee County aides were implicated Monday in a scheme in which they routinely commingled political and official county business...

In a lengthy presentation during [former Walker aide Kelly] Rindfleisch's [felony] sentencing, Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf displayed numerous emails between Rindfleisch and key members of Walker's campaign staff in which they discussed how to handle county issues in 2010, while Walker was a candidate for governor.

Landgraf said "The Campaign Group" included Walker...and [three top campaign aides and five senior county employees].
You can stop the Walker-for-President talk (see Nixon, Richard, or Dean, John.)


Anonymous said...

Walker for Vice President!

Anonymous said...

the fat lady's aiming the smoking gun.

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Check out this passage in the wispolitics story on Rindfleisch's sentencing.

"Landgraf noted that at one point a request came in for records of work done on a county-owned parking garage after a decorative concrete slab fell onto a teenage boy, killing him. [Campaign manager Keith] Gilkes reportedly said the open records should be sent to the county's top lawyer, Tim Schoewe, and that he should 'drag it out.'"

The Wink and Russell trials have a lot more of this, and the walls are clearly crumbling, and no Koch money or AM620 lies will be able to save him.

Anonymous said...

@7:02 - DENIAL

Anonymous said...

President Obama's cabinet has fled over the coming Benghazi investigation. Coincidence? Hardly. Yet there's just doesn't seem to be any traction on that story.

This investigation is not going to lead to a prosecute of Scott Walker. Political fantasy on the left's part.

Get over it, you lost. In the state of Wisconsin liberal politics is dead. I offer as proof the election of Chris Larson as minority speaker.