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Saturday, Jun 27, 2011 - 4:30 pm PT
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser is again in the middle of a partisan storm - this time over shocking allegations he choked a colleague in her chambers during an altercation over Gov. Scott Walker's union-busting budget bill. Justice Ann Walsh Bradley (pictured above, right) told the local media that Prosser, a conservative who narrowly won re-election in April during a campaign widely viewed as a referendum on the governor, put his hands on her neck, the paper reported Sunday night. Bradley, a liberal justice, told the paper: "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."
Prosser (pictured left) declined to comment specifically on the incident for the record - as did his four colleagues - his defenders in the blogosphere are attacking Bradley, with one suggesting that she be recalled for even making the allegation. Prosser said only that "the anonymous claim made to the media will be proven false" while his defenders said on background that it was Bradley that initiated physical contact. State capitol police are investigating and have yet to discuss the incident publicly, though a statement on the matter is expected Monday.
CNN - Thursday, March 4, 2004 Posted: 9:11 PM EST (0211 GMT)
"African-Americans are prone to crime and violence because it is in their genes" and agreed with another chat-room writer who said that some minorities are "people who have no regard for sanitation, courtesy, private property, etc."
"I am not a racist," he wrote, according to the paper. "I am a racialist. The difference being I don't discriminate against an individual, but I do recognize the fact that there are a lot of differences between races which I assume from a biological standpoint is caused by difference in DNA.
"If DNA controls everything else, why shouldn't it cause a difference in ability to learn or play sports or a proclivity for violence?" he wrote.
Robertson, 60, criticized civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. as a plagiarist and described Jesse Jackson as "a thief, a liar and a traitor to his own people (Sounds like Judge Jenkins)."
He was also critical of the civil-rights movement in which he participated when he was younger. "I have long since removed myself from the civil-rights movement and generally see it for the scam that it (is) and was," he wrote.
Judge Robertson - Statement Posted on the Internet between January 25 and February 19, 2004.
See: Judge Martin Jenkins' Profile. Judge Jenkins is black and a former college and NFL football player. Is Judge Jenkins a criminal?
Corrupt Justice says: Yes!
Richmond General District Judge Ralph B. Robertson stepped down after 19 years on the bench. He filed for retirement, which took effect April 1, 2004. Most notably, African-American taxpayers are funding his retirement pension.
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9th Company (2009)!
Description: Based on a true story of The 9th Company during the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan in the 1980's. Young Soviet Army recruits are sent to defend Hill 3234 - totally cut off and hopelessly outnumbered.