Scott Walker's announcement that the year 2012 will be the “Year of the Veteran” flies in the face of the ongoing scandal in which he is embroiled. Central to the criminal corruption investigation into Scott Walker's administration is that his former Deputy Chief of Staff and his former Veterans Commission appointee are alleged to have embezzled funds intended for the widows and children of military servicemembers killed in action.
It's time for Scott Walker to come clean with Wisconsinites about his criminal path to power.
On Thursday, prosecutors brought more charges against top Scott Walker aides as part of an ongoing criminal corruption probe into his administration that has now led to several arrests and fifteen felony charges.
The new criminal complaints reveal a "secret email network" set up just twenty-five feet from Scott Walker's office to systematically avoid open records requests and illegally campaign and raise cash on taxpayer time.
6 Walker Associates. 15 Felonies. 3 Misdemeanors.
New research by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin answers the questions about Scott Walker's criminal path to power.
When news broke last week that Scott Walker's close friend and former operator of ScottWalker.org was investigated for owning child pornography and was charged with felony child enticement, all Scott Walker had to say was that he was "disappointed."
He never expressed outrage. He never apologized to the victim or his family. He never took the charges against his good friend and longtime campaign aide seriously.
That's all Scott Walker had to say when he learned that his former Deputy Chief of Staff and his appointee to a Veteran Service Commission were charged with stealing more than $60,000 intended for wounded veterans and families of military servicemembers who died in Iraq and Afghanistan.