Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Walker on his involvement in the Possible Bid-Rigging Investigation: "Nobody won the bids." Nothing to see here...

Scott Walker’s emails in a bid-rigging investigation appears to have someone a little concerned. Scott?

Check out this unbelievable response…from what appears to be very guilty man.
WKOW: Walker said the outcome of the process should put any emails in context. "If that's the hype, nobody won the bids. The only people that won are the taxpayers."
Who won the bid is not the point. Oh sure, Walker’s bid rigging process is "water under the bridge," a look back and not forward, blah, blah, blah. 

But those emails won't see the light of day until after the election. 
Walker refused to comment on any emails, and said commenting would violate laws and rules associated with the secret John Doe investigation process.

But three attorneys consulting with the state Democratic party said no law prohibited Walker from releasing emails. Former Wisconsin Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager; former Watergate prosecutor and UW professor Frank Tuerkheimer; and former Kenosha County District Attorney Robert Jambois said Walker could release emails and not violate any secrecy provisions of the John Doe probe.
Better to wait until it’s too late. 

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