Wed Jan 23, 2013, 01:19 AM
Ellipsis (6,400 posts)
Court ruling could mean sing-along participants get a break (WIS)
Last edited Wed Jan 23, 2013, 03:01 AM - Edit history (3)
Source: Capital Times
The dismissal of the last of eight citations against Capitol protester Jason Huberty could be a game changer in the Capitol crackdown against the Solidarity Singers and other protesters, with more seeing their tickets dismissed.
But those who have served as conductors of the Solidarity Sing Along may have reason to worry.
The crackdown launched by Capitol Police Chief David Erwin last September has resulted in about 120 citation so far, but state Department of Justice prosecutorsí decision to dismiss Hubertyís final citation could affect dozens of them.
The prosecutorsí decision followed a ruling by Dane County Circuit Judge Julie Genovese that the administrative rule under which Huberty was charged didnít pertain to his behavior because he was merely a participant in the Solidarity Sing Along, a weekday lunchtime gathering in which protesters give voice to their abhorrence of Republican policies through song.
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3 WIS Capitol Police Officers in two squad cars cite 69 year old woman at her home Sunday morning.
2 Capitol Police officers come to his home
2 Capitol Police Officer come this man's place of employment
Do you smell lawsuit here?
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Court ruling could mean sing-along participants get a break (WIS) (Original post)
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Response to Ellipsis (Original post)
Wed Jan 23, 2013, 01:38 AM
littlemissmartypants (5,240 posts)
1. Let us lift up ours and every other voice
in calling the department of WTF ( also translates as: where's the fun) and get these people the voices to support them in their lawsuit filing.
Here is the contact information for:
Capitol Police Chief David Erwin
Division of Capitol Police
B2N State Capitol
Madison, Wisconsin 53702
Phone: 608-266-8797 FAX: 608-267-9343
Chief Erwin spent 16 years with the State Patrol and served as captain of the Dignitary Protection Unit as well as commander of the State Patrol Air Support Unit. He also spent 11 years with the U.S. Marines and is a licensed pilot. He became Chief of the Capitol Police on July 23 2012.
For additional information regarding the Wisconsin State Capitol Police - Madison Patrol Unit, contact Deputy Chief Dan Blackdeer at (608) 266-8797 or by e-mail at Dan.Blackdeer@wisconsin.gov
Response to Demeter (Reply #5)
Wed Jan 23, 2013, 03:15 PM
Ellipsis (6,400 posts)
6. Yes, This Guy, under the direction of the Wis. DOA.
Chief David Erwin.
Newly Hired in August after Being a state patrol officer protecting Scott Walker and Dayle before him. He's a tad gung-ho... he acquired new uniforms, (with fancy hats)... at the tune of of 26,000+ for the capital police in his short tenure.