Thursday, July 28, 2011

Court Breakdown: Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Chokes Fellow Female Justice

I don't understand why it's at all necessary to conduct an investigation since a woman of such great authority, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley, accused her fellow justice David T. Prosser, Jr. of placing her in a chokehold last month. The incident occurred behind closed doors in which Justice Prosser was reported to have grabbed Justice Bradley by the neck with both hands during an argument in her chambers prior to the court's decision to uphold a bill. 
"Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Justice David Prosser put her in a chokehold during the dispute. She contacted the newspaper late Saturday after Prosser denied rumors about the altercation.

'The facts are that I was demanding that he get out of my office and he put his hands around my neck in anger in a chokehold,' Bradley told the newspaper.'"-Article Link
It seems Justice Prosser is hoping his denials can somehow overcome these accusations from a fellow justice and that his buddies will exonerate him from an alleged lying  wicked witch liberal justice.  The forthcoming investigation being conducted by his fellow male counterparts is clearly designed to exonerate him.  As I've revealed throughout this blog, men in the legal system cover-up for one another, especially when it comes to accusations from women.


Justice David Prosser, Jr. knows an investigation conducted by other male colleagues will cover-up on his behalf.  This is the way the corrupt court system works folks. This isn't the first time Prosser's had complaints.

In this clip Justice Prosser attempts to grab a newscaster's microphone.

No tax payer paid cover-up investigation is necessary  The man's obviously guilty since Supreme Court justices don't run around falsely accusing each other of assault.  If the two were married and in a domestic dispute that would be one thing, this is quite another.  This is a good example of how men think they're above the law and accusations simply don't stick to them.
"Bradley sent all the justices an email after that meeting, saying Prosser's behavior was unacceptable. She said later that she considered making a report to law enforcement but decided against it." Article Link
I again ask, why is there a need for an investigation?  Obviously the man is guilty.  What greater weight of credibility must one have then that of a Supreme Court Justice?  

Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David T. Prosser, Jr. is clearly guilty of assaulting a fellow justice.   It's as simple as that.  Prosser can't admit his guilt because he believes himself to be above the law.  No investigation using taxpayer funds is needed, not when a justice on that level makes such a claim.  Period!