A Kenosha judge ruled this afternoon that the City of Racine is not liable for any damages in Bill Bielefeldt's slander case against John Dickert. Mr. Bielefeldt has said from the very start that he is only interested in justice from John Dickert. He sued only Dickert, not the city. That's pretty simple. But the cronies on the City Council and in the City Attorneys office decided that the working people of Racine would have to pay for lying John's mouth. The judge had tried previously to separate city interests from the case, but our city attorney kept tying it back up. They have done everything they can to muddy a simple case and to ensnare innocent citizens into paying for a liar.
And that, of course, begs the question, will he really pay? My advice: don't hold your breath.