Scott Walker Misleads Public on John Doe Investigation

Feb 05, 2012

Admits that Prosecutors Had Requested Meeting

MADISON-After leading the public to believe that he was entering into meetings with corruption probe investigators as a matter of courtesy, Scott Walker is now acknowledging that prosecutors requested the meeting.

Read about the shifting explanation here.

“Scott Walker would have the public believe that he is rushing to disclose the secrets of his corrupt county executive’s office when it turns out that his “voluntary” meeting with prosecutors was not as “voluntary” as he has made it seem,” Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate said Thursday. “Even when the public has become newly-focused on allegations of crimes committed on his behalf, Scott Walker cannot muster a plain an honest explanation of things.”