Two days after telling KCE that his office has “no conflicts” and will be making the charging decision in regards to the disorderly conduct and resisting arrest from Liberal Activist Joel Trudell, Kenosha DA Mike Graveley (D) has punted the decision to neighboring DA Zeke Wiedenfeld (R) of Walworth County. Graveley commonly punts cases out of county to either Racine CO or Walworth CO when he wants the defendent to get good results. The neighboring persecutors are then not responsible to the Kenosha County taxpayers because they are elected by their respective counties. Here are some examples:
Racine County DA Patricia Hanson
Kenosha IT Investigation into multiple felony referrals for former Kenosha Administrator Frank Pacetti and IT Director Merrill (Tig) Kerkman (Kerkman Still Works for the City making more than $100k)
Kenosha Firefighter Kerry Poltrock Multiple Sexual Assault of His Children
Kenosha Firefighter Kerry Poltrock Multiple Domestic Violence Charges Against His Wife
ALL CHARGES DISMISSED LATER THIS SUMMER
Kenosha Police Officer arrested for felony child abuse.
Pleasant Prairie Corruption Scandal – Sheriff Has Sent Felony Recommendations to DA
NO CHARGES YET – Hanson won’t comment
Kenosha Police Officer Kendall West’s Multiple Day Felonious Crime Spree Ending with Attack of ER Doctor In Uniform On Duty
TWO MISDEMEANOR D/Cs
Former County Board Chairman Daniel Esposito Felony Shoplifting
Walworth County DA Zeke Wiedenfeld
Extremist group blocking Public Safety building – Joe Cardinali, Justin Blake, and Jonathan Barker. Justin Blake is now getting ready to sue Kenosha County for $1,000,000.
NO CRIMINAL CHARGES
Former Somers Municipal Court Clerk Francine (Fran) Dibble Allegations of Felony Forgery
Jacob Blake’s sexual assault of his ex-girlfriend
KCE spoke with Wiedenfeld today. Unlike DA Graveley, DA Wiedenfeld promised to not listen to outside pressure saying:
“As a prosecutor and special prosecutor, my duties and ethical obligations are described in Wis. Stat. 978.05 and Supreme Court Rule 20:3.8. Like all prosecutors, I have a duty to seek justice and treat defendants fairly, regardless of outside pressures.“
This will be re-assuring for many Kenosha residents that think people who fight police should be charged with and convicted with a crime. KCE will of course, keep a tight “eye” on this case.
You’ve heard by now that Roe v Wade was struck down today. That means, abortion is a felony in Kenosha. DA’s all over the state are opining. Milwaukee and Dane County DA’s already promised not to enforce the felony crime. We spoke to pro-abortion Mike Graveley today and he had “no comment.”