Friday, September 23, 2011

Gov. Walker spokesman Cullen Werwie Free to Talk about Secret Criminal Probe!!

Spokesman Cullen Werwie can talk, and spill whatever beans he's keeping secret right now. What this means in the big picture, who knows. But the corruption probe is starting to play out, with names now...

jsonline: Gov. Scott Walker's chief spokesman has been granted immunity in the ongoing John Doe investigation of the governor's current and former aides. Former Appeals Court Judge Neal Nettesheim, who is overseeing the secret criminal probe, said he had granted immunity to three people, including Cullen Werwie, spokesman for Walker, in this part of the case. Records show he was granted immunity April 14.

Nettesheim said he also granted immunity to Rose Ann Dieck. Dieck, a longtime Republican operative, is listed as the chairwoman of the southwest surburban branch of the Milwaukee County Republican Party. She was granted immunity on Dec. 21. "They're taking away the rights of those who voted for change," Dieck said during an interview with WTMJ-TV (Channel 4) during March protests at Stone's campaign office. "There was an election on November 2nd. The people in the state of Wisconsin said we need change." 

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