Friday, February 4, 2022

Jail Snottie Scotty Walker and Robin Vos

 If you don't believe it after reading this........

For anyone interested in Wisconsin politics during the Walker Era, this book is a must read. Ed Wall tells how he came to Wisconsin to be with his wife’s family and continue his career in law enforcement, where he rose to become the respected leader of the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation. Although he had no political connections or affiliations, Wall was chosen by Democrat Governor Jim Doyle to head the state Division of Emergency Management and was then chosen by Republican Governor Scott Walker to lead the state’s largest cabinet agency, the Department of Corrections. It was there, in Walker’s cabinet, where Wall saw, up close and personal, the self-serving, unethical actions of Walker and Attorney General Brad Schimel. Along the way, you’ll find out fascinating inside details about the Act 10 protests, the John Doe investigations, Walker’s obsession with avoiding public records, his failed presidential bid, and Schimel’s bungling of the Lincoln Hills investigation. This is a revealing and harrowing account of life at the highest levels of the Walker administration and the difficult, life-altering lessons learned along the way.


So just WHO is the child molestor?

Yeah - Snotty Scotie Walker and Cuurtiss Johnson.

hen S. Curtis “Curt” Johnson was first charged in March 2011, he faced a possible 40-year prison term for felony charges alleging he repeatedly sexually assaulted a child, his 12-year-old stepdaughter. By the time the court case ended over three years later, he had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree sexual assault and disorderly conduct. At most, he would spend a year in jail.

But then, as one of his lawyer’s firms boasts on its website, he earned “dramatically reduced charges and sentencing” of four months in prison (he served just three) and a $6,000 fine. He never even had to register as a sex offender.

Did it help that Johnson was a billionaire (Forbes estimates his wealth at $4.2 billion), a scion of one of the richest families in America (Forbes most recently ranked the Johnson family at No. 6, at $30 billion), the great-great-grandson of another S. Curtis Johnson, who founded the storied S.C. Johnson company? That he was able to afford the very best legal representation? Or that he faced justice in Racine, Wisconsin, where the family name is plastered all over the town?   

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