A former Wisconsin attorney general and a Milwaukee county supervisor who was subpoenaed by the John Doe prosecutor are both wondering why Scott Walker wasn’t charged with violating the state’s public records law while he was Milwaukee county executive.
Scott Walker's John Doe Files
Walker's pain is the Solidarity Sing Along's gain, it seems.
Evidence is mounting that Walker knew a lot more than he let on.
It's really getting rough for Wisconsin's embattled Republican governor.
There's nowhere left to hide.
The WalkerDocs make it clear that Walker's got dirt on his hands. This is far from over.
An inconvenient fact Walker's defenders would rather keep under the rug.
Let's get right to the point: Scott Walker is in big trouble.
One of Walker's top staffers appears to want Mexicans locked up.
Scott Walker may have prompted destruction of evidence in the first John Doe investigation.
Emails clearly show Walker's people knew they were committing felonies.
Walker's former associates sure did have a way with words.
In the first John Doe investigation, the prosecutors were hot on Scott Walker’s trail.
The question of whether Scott Walker rigged a bid on the county's lease of a building for its Aging Department to benefit realtor and Walker Treasurer John Hiller has been part of the discussion about possible criminality while Walker was Milwaukee County executive.
Walker’s Deputy Asks Him for Permission to Stop Using Illegal Computer.