The Hunt for “John Doe”

Two wasting diseases have spread through Wisconsin in recent years, one affecting White Tail Deer herd and the other affecting the Stand with Walker gaggle. The affected deer have been quarantined until their inevitable end, while many of the Walker political operativeswalker_ deerhunt have been allowed to run wild and are seeking protection of the courts as an endangered species. But, oh what a long and arduous hunt aptly known as John Doe.

The disease is caused by a miscreant protein affecting the brain and nervous system often causing the afflicted to run in circles as captured in the time lapse trail cam. (above). The hunt for the wasted John Doe has been a long safari leading the pursuers through the most impassable brambles, and thickets that a million dollar legal defense fund can construct. The pursuit of John Doe by prosecutors Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and special prosecutor Francis Schmitz, a self-described Republican, has been side-tracked with false scent and tricks and twists of mitigatory undulation. Any brief description of events leaves one stuck in a matrix of legalese – an intentional and expensive tangle leading far in the deep woods of confusion, until only a metaphor might serve to discover the simple fact of common sense. A very simple function of a healthy brain has been obfuscated by the crippling wasting disease of the “Stand with Walker gaggle” to cover the simplicity of a basic deduction:

Walkers closest advisers and associates have been convicted of campaign violations involving a secret email network within 30 feet of Walker’s Milwaukee office. Does anyone really believe it is possible that Scott Walker had no knowledge of the crime – that he did not have a hand in its operation.
Simple answer. Point, aim, and shoot.

Ah, but the wasting disease of the affected brain of the gaggle have created a circular story, a maze of legal double-speak to shelter and hide John Doe by creating and giving legal credence to a yarn, a “wag the dog” drama that only Koch, and Bradley Foundation money can buy.

It is easy to get lost in the woods! The obfuscation is intentional. It is a ploy by the wasted “Stand With Walker gaggle” to lead simple common sense into the trap; a repetitive circle created by operatives of dark money listed in the pink column below.

Each time John Doe is cornered in a blind canyon, he has escaped by some new endowment of legal intervention orchestrated through one or all of the dark money organizations at the right. Finally, Doe has been pursued into the state’s highest court. But the wasted gaggle is crying foul regarding the searches conducted into their nefarious activities financed by the dark money “entities”. The claim

Petitioners’ personal capacity claim that they were subjected to an intrusive, harassing, and damaging criminal investigation in retaliation for their First Amendment protected advocacy and association, holding instead that liability could lie only where officials seek to enforce state law that itself violates clearly established federal law.

Just as this new drive is closing in as the Wisconsin Supreme Court is due to hear the cases in secret over the next few days, shots have rung out in the woods of Iowa. District Attorney John Chisholm, who usually stalks his Doe with light footed silence, actually spoke out publicly. The highly unusual public statement was in response to Walker.

John Doe target groups

A few of the 29 groups targeted
Walker’s campaign

Wisconsin Club for Growth

Republican Governors Association

Republican Party of Wisconsin

Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

Wisconsin Family Action

League of American Voters

Scot Walker

“I said even if you’re a liberal Democrat, you should look at (the raids) and be frightened to think that if the government can do that against people of one political persuasion, they can do it against anybody, and more often than not we need protection against the government itself,” Walker told the radio station.

Which prompted this fiery response from Chisholm:

“As to defamatory remarks, I strongly suspect the Iowa criminal code, like Wisconsin’s, has provisions for intentionally making false statements intended to harm the reputation of others,” Chisholm said in a statement Saturday responding to Walker’s comments.Scott Walker, prosecutors trade pointed swipes on John Doe JS

And a challenge from the Special Prosecutor Francis Schmitz

“His description of the investigation as a ‘political witch hunt’ is offensive when he knows that the investigation was authorized by a bipartisan group of judges and is directed by a Republican special prosecutor appointed at the request of a bipartisan group of district attorneys,” Schmitz’s statement said.
I invite the governor to join me in seeking judicial approval to lawfully release information now under seal which would be responsive to the allegations that have been made,” his statement said. “Such information, when lawfully released, will show that these recent allegations are patently false.”Scott Walker, prosecutors trade pointed swipes on John Doe JS

Stop hiding in Woods

The warrants were not issued as harassment as Walker suggests. It is not a “witch” hunt, it is a response to any number of documented nefarious activities before and during the Senate and Walker recall elections. It is not the a “right” for these organizations to send out misleading vote registration forms. It is not “ok” for county clerks to leave false information regarding Voter ID on their official web sites. Too many questions surround the recall election with vote counts that were statistically impossible. Not “ok”.

Club for Growth provides its own evidence of the fabricated and exaggerated accounts of searches of their property. This is funny. The right leaning blog Watch Dog (linked below) actually ran the photo below with the story about the raid on the homes and offices of conservative targets – read the caption. Remember the palm trees footage run by Fox News during the Act 10 protest? Well Watch Dog used a photo from the Furgeson protests.

Against a backdrop of flood lights from police tactical vehicles, protestors stand their ground in the middle of West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, refusing to leave despite police orders early Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Robert Cohen)

Against a backdrop of flood lights from police tactical vehicles, protestors stand their ground in the middle of West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, refusing to leave despite police orders early Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Robert Cohen)

Police didn’t draw their guns. They didn’t have to. Garish light blinded the groggy targets of the secret probe, startling neighbors. The uniforms, the lights, the early hour got everybody’s attention. One of the targets says police threatened to use battering rams to break down the front door, but the targets let them in.

Wisconsin Watchdog

Yep. More circular fabrication of entities in the final stages of a brain wasting disease.

The hunt goes on resting on one truth rising out of the ashes of many destroyed careers in the history of man.



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