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WI Judge Prosser Assaults a Female Colleague in her Chambers

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David Prosser is the WI Supreme Court Justice who was needed by Gov Walker to uphold his apparently unconstitutional maneuverings to ban collective bargaining for state employees. In April, Prosser won re-election in a recounted election full of anomalies and irregularities. As the collective bargaining case was discussed within the WI Supreme Court, Prosser physically attacked his fellow justice, Ann Walsh Bradley. After their argument about the case became heated and she asked him to leave her office, he grabbed her by the throat with both hands. This incident was not reported by the mainstream press, nor did the police or the DA bring charges against Prosser, nor has Justice Brady come forward seeking justice. (Perhaps she knows better than we do that there is no justice to be had in this system.)
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