Have some extra brie? John Chisholm has a lot of whine.
...The court in July declared
the campaign finance investigation into 29 conservative groups and
Walker’s campaign unconstitutional and ordered it shut down. In December,
the court ruled that the position of the probe’s special prosecutor was
invalid since its inception and that his only remaining duties were to
inform the people he and his fellow prosecutors spied on and to return
the property seized....
So the Attorney General went before the court:
...Schimel argues the defendants in the civil rights case
filed by Cindy Archer, a former aide to Gov. Scott Walker, seek to
“directly contradict” the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s order requiring the
“evidence unlawfully seized by John Doe investigators be kept under
And Chisholm began to cry:
...the investigators claim that Schimel has publicly besmirched the
reputations of such upstanding “lifelong civil servants,” and they “do
not deserve to be the target of the Attorney General’s defamatory
“It is shameful that law enforcement officers have to fear that their
own attorney general will trample on their reputations in the media
just to score political points,”...
Quick! Get to the fainting couch!! The nasty man called NAMES!!
Sum & substance:
...The question is: Why should investigators found to have conducted an
unconstitutional investigation be allowed to hold on to those records
while the citizens they illegally targeted have to continue to wait for
the return of what is rightfully theirs?
“One more note: the legal position taken by the John Doe prosecutors
and investigators is that the lawful owners of the property in question
should be required to use the civil court discovery process to be able
to have access to their own property,” the attorney general said....
Note to Chisholm: Wisconsin is not a police state and you aren't Checka. Find a life.
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