MADISON, Wis. (AP) –
Walker said on Tuesday that he hoped the so-called “John Doe” investigation would end as early as this week. But retired Waukesha County Judge Neal Nettesheim told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from his home Wednesday “that would be pure conjecture.”
The judge overseeing the investigation into former aides of Gov. Scott Walker says the probe remains open.
Not Complete – Who is left?
Judge Nettesheim says, “The John Doe is not completed. It is still open.News 8000
Russell is the fourth Walker aide or associate convicted of misconduct in office as part of the ongoing John Doe investigation.
John Doe Investigation Continues bouncing from associate to associate
If we are defined by the company we choose, than the sooner Governor Walker is unseated as Governor of the State the better. Unfortunately he is too big to jail. If any business leader, educator, or board member were to be so deeply associated with the likes of those pictured above, they would be dismissed. Why is it that a governor is held to a different set of rules?
Walker is an emperor without clothes. The evidence presented in the course of the John Doe investigation has diminished any attraction to this man as a leader. Everyone knows that his County Executive office was just yards away from the secret email network that was used, on the tax payers dime, as a tool as he campaigned for governor. So we wait and wonder when the axe will fall.