Madison Police Chief Says Walker's Comments 'Unsettling and Troubling'
Unlike the power-worshiping people-hating media whores who dismissed the whole fake-David Koch call that Scott Walker totally believed was really his boss David Koch, the Madison chief of police didn't brush off Governor Walker's telephone report card intended for a billionaire corporate master. Madison Police Chief Noble Wray saysWalker's recorded conversation about his plans to use agents provocateurs and thug violence against Wisconsin's teachers and firefighters and police is "very unsettling and troubling." Anybody remember when the governor of a neighboring state was impeached and convicted for his recorded conversations about taking simple bribes? Walker's not only guilty of naked, admitted corruption -- Walker has confirmed that it's his voice saying he planned to hire interstate criminals to use felony violence against his constituents and state employees.
Madison Police Chief Noble Wray said Thursday that he found comments by Gov. Scott Walker made about protesters at the state Capitol during a prank phone call “very unsettling and troubling.”
Wray said he was disturbed that Walker thought about planting troublemakers among peaceful protesters.
“I would like to hear more of an explanation from Governor Walker as to what exactly was being considered, and to what degree it was discussed by his cabinet members. I find it very unsettling and troubling that anyone would consider creating safety risks for our citizens and law enforcement officers,” the chief said.
For the safety of the thousands of Wisconsin residents and state employees protesting legally and peacefully at their state capitol, Scott Walker must be arrested and jailed -- with no access to telephones, cell phones, Internet or any other communication medium that would allow him to further break the law and incite violence against his state's residents.
Additionally, David and Charles Koch and their entire executive staff must be arrested by federal law enforcement at once and kept in the same solitary conditions to prevent their use of their billions of dollars to hire more goons to engage in interstate travel to commit violence against the United States citizens gathered in Madison. What state and federal prosecutors have the spine to do this now? Or will it take the Koch Brothers' equivalent of Mubarak's thugs with baseball bats to get some action from law enforcement? [Journal Sentinel via Plum Line]