And another one bites the dust ...
by Dinesh Rame, Associated Press -- May 31, 2012
MILWAUKEE — A former spokeswoman for Gov. Scott Walker was granted immunity Thursday in connection with a Milwaukee County investigation that has led to criminal charges against six people close to Walker.
Fran McLaughlin, who served as Walker's spokeswoman from 2007 to 2010 when he was the Milwaukee County executive, asked for and received immunity, according to online court records. She is the 13th person whom prosecutors have agreed not to charge in exchange for their testimony in their so-called John Doe investigation, in which hearings and court documents are private and only immunity grants are made public.
The investigation centers on several aides and associates to Walker before he was elected governor in 2010. The allegations range from campaigning on county time to embezzling money from a veterans program. Walker has repeatedly said he's cooperating with the investigation.
One has got to wonder, WHO are all these former Scott Walker staffers, agreeing to testify against, in order to escape the long arm of the law, themselves?
Any idea, Scott W?
Hmmm why hasn't the DA offered you, the same deal Walker?
Inquiring minds want to know ... perhaps we will all know in just a few short weeks ...
WHO this mystery 'John Doe' really is.