Walker Charged with Embezzlement

Yes. I am making the charges here and now. Anyone want to join me? Scott Walker is little more than a thief hiding in plain sight, unless I am not understanding the meaning of the word: “embezzlement”.
Definition:
em·bez·zle·ment
əmˈbezəlmənt/
noun
noun: embezzlement; plural noun: embezzlements
  1. theft or misappropriation of funds placed in one’s trust or belonging to one’s employer.
    “charges of fraud and embezzlement”

Visualize Justice

When was Scott Walker authorized to remove funds walker_arrested2from the state treasury for his private use? Can anyone point to such an authorization or legislative action ? Why do the Democrats and the press treat this crime as some sort of “cute” political anomaly? Scott Walker is a thief, an embezzler hiding in plain sight. One of the few slap-on-the-hand demands for repayment was issued last year! Yes 4 months ago. Not only is Scott Walker still walking free, he is planning on running for a third term!

Friday, 11 December 2015 15:13 – 4 MONTHS AGO!

MADISON – Nearly three months have passed since Governor Walker ended his presidential campaign and the day he promised to repay state taxpayers for costs incurred during his presidential campaign. As homeowners and small businesses begin receiving their property tax bills, the outstanding debt racked up by Governor Walker’s presidential campaign has largely gone unpaid.

http://newiprogressive.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5833:walker-has-not-repaid-taxpayers-for-campaign-debt&catid=38:the-state-news&Itemid=56

For Immediate Release                                                  

January 29, 2016 3 MONTHS AGO !
Governor Walker Commits to Shifting Campaign Costs onto Wisconsin Taxpayers
 
MADISON – This afternoon, it was reported that Governor Walker’s political campaign will no longer be paying for his security team’s travel costs for campaign events. Wisconsin taxpayers will be left footing the bill, even when those costs are incurred by Governor Walker leaving the state for campaign rallies.
In response, Rep. Katrina Shankland (D-Stevens Point) released the following statement:
“Faced with $1 million in campaign debt, Governor Walker is trying to cut corners in any way he can. In this case, he is unloading his campaign security costs onto the backs of Wisconsin taxpayers.
“Since the governor is publicly announcing that he will bill his campaign security travel costs to taxpayers, it is even more pressing that the legislature take action. I urge my Republican colleagues to call a hearing on the Wisconsin Taxpayer Protection Act to end this abuse of public dollars.”

Posted: Apr 22, 2016 6:35 PM CST
Updated: Apr 22, 2016 6:35 PM CST

She urged. Stop urging and INDICT. Now. Today!

Embezzlement is a Crime

Wisconsin citizens who are not Governor get indicted and convicted of – “theft or misappropriation of funds placed in one’s trust or belonging to one’s employer” – every week, and for smaller takes than the current of Governor of Wisconsin.  I don’t see any letters from representatives “urging” that “something be done”.  Hell no. Slam. Bam. Thank you Mam.

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Why were Stephanie and Jeffrey not allowed the same 4 month long delay before their convictions? Why were they abused of paying back the money over time? Why was there crime treated like breaking the law, while Scot Walker’s theft is seldom mentioned in the press, and when it is, it is washed over like some sort of silly slight of hand or fetching political maneuver? No. It is a crime committed by Scott Walker as much as the crime committed by Stephanie and Jeffrey! INDICT!

Yes – the Stolen Funds Remain Outstanding!

Posted: Apr 22, 2016 6:35 PM CST   MADISON (WKOW) — A recent campaign filing shows Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s campaign debt from his failed presidential bid is now under $1 million.

Filed this week, it shows the debt at $952,000, down around $141,000 from the previous month.

Gov. Walker has been slowly paying off his campaign debt since calling off his 71-day campaign for president last September. During the brief run, his campaign spent an average of $90,000 a day.

Walker’s latest Federal Election Commission filing shows he raised about $128,000 in the last month.

Call for Indictment

Citizens of Wisconsin have been wrangled by the shift and shuffle of lawyers and judges defending oligarchy for 7 long years, while the thief is hiding in plain site. Where have I heard this expression before? Enough is Enough!

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