It's now become apparent that Scott Walker really is trying to have it both ways. He claims in public he's not going to get into the details of the first John Doe case that investigated his Milwaukee County staff's political activity on public time and his involvement in an illegal, secret email system. But in private he apparently is paying big bucks to powerful attorneys who are challenging the second, on-going Doe investigation. You see, he's been cleared and he's not been cleared! Simple, huh?
One supposes Walker really doesn't need to read all those tens of thousands of revealed emails himself, because he's got pricey lawyers doing it for him. What did they find and how have they advised him? And is the case against Walker really closed, or isn't it? Well, the public Walker suggests you Wisconsin citizens pay no attention to what's going on behind closed doors, okay? But from what we can tell, the private Walker is paying very, very close attention, himself.
Compare the two quite antagonistic Walker stances, below.
1. THE PUBLIC WALKER, in the wake of the legally troubling and politically embarrrassing Rindfleisch email releases: