According to some sources, Prosser wrapped his hands around Bradley's neck. According to another, Bradley charged Prosser.
As you recall, the first story only included the allegation against Prosser.
This one is a bit more realistic. Prosser doesn't have the personality which is associated with sudden un-caused violence. But self-defense? Yah, that makes sense.
...The conversation grew heated, the source said, and Bradley asked Prosser to leave. Bradley was bothered by disparaging remarks Prosser had made about Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson....
She's The Bitch's Mini-Me, after all. The story is beginning to make sense.
Before leaving, Prosser "put his hands around her neck in what (Bradley) described as a chokehold," the source said.
"He did not exert any pressure, but his hands were around her neck," the source said.(That should kick the memory of the Representative from the 84th District.)
It's also clear from the JS story and the earlier WPR release that SCOWI staffers are doing all the talking. And the JS story came up with a date on which this occurred--something that the WPR story was not able to ascertain.