Author Topic: Witness lawsuit tossed out by judge in Milwaukee Co. John Doe investigation  (Read 860 times)

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This entire thing was union-driven/Democrat-driven political witch hunt.... trying to bring down Scott Walker.  Almost everyone at the District Attorney's office signed the Scott Walker recall petition and the Asst. DA's wife is a Milwaukee Schools Union Rep.

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unless wisconsin law by statute gives brekken recourse against landgraf the case will get chucked for the simple reason that prosecutors have virtually blanket immunity from suit for their conduct, even where that conduct is willful and intentionally malicious.

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Too few here and elsewhere in the country realize there is a war being waged in WI, the recall election was only the tip of the iceberg, the Democrats are - and will - use every single weapon they can muster to take back WI..... never mind the good Scott Walker has done for that state.  He has been MUCH more successful a governor than loud mouth Christie in NJ,

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There's a difference between what Brekken is suing for and what the WCG is suing for.  Brekken is suing the prosecutor in the DA's personal capacity to recover damages for a civil tort - false imprisonment and abuse of process - the WCG is not.

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There's a difference between what Brekken is suing for and what the WCG is suing for.  Brekken is suing the prosecutor in the DA's personal capacity to recover damages for a civil tort - false imprisonment and abuse of process - the WCG is not.

Yes, but this is all because of the John Doe - "Scott Walker" witch hunt in WI... that is the common thread.


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