Skip to comments.Wisconsin Police Chief Allegedly Uses Tea Party Activist's Info for Porn, Dating Sites
Posted on 06/13/2014 5:25:11 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
Campbell Police Chief Tim Kelemen is on paid leave while authorities investigate whether he broke the law when he used a tea party activist's information online.
Board members during a special meeting Thursday voted unanimously to take action against the embattled chief after public outcry that he lost credibility and trust from many in the small community.
It's a routine move when an employee is under investigation and not an indication Kelemen is guilty of a crime, said his attorney Jim Birnbaum.
"It's neither surprising nor something we don't understand," he said.
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Evidently taking legal action against government officials is "harassment."
That chief of police made a threat.
The chief made it clear he was one step away from fabricating a crime against his political enemies and he was clear there was nothing his political enemies could do about it.
This isn’t this chiefs first rodeo with trumped up criminal charges.
Next comes the MRAP for Fido.
He needs to be fired and then prosecuted under 18USC242.
I guess his lawyer is saying he did it but he was justified?
It goes beyond that.
Someone better start taking a close look at the city attorney, prosecuting attorneys and judges.
This clown knew he had backing when he made the threat.
Wisconsin statute 86.19(3):
Any person who shall erect any sign on any public highway, or elsewhere in violation of any of the provisions of this section or the regulations of the department, or without the written consent of the department if the sign is to be erected on a state trunk highway, the county highway committee in the case of a county trunk highway, or the city council, village or town board in case of a street or highway maintained by a city, village or town, shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $100, and for a second or subsequent violation shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $500.
Stupid Police Chief ought to be fired for demonstrating both a lack of judgement and for using town property to commit these cyber crimes. What a dirtbag.
The media doesn’t care about partisan witchhunts when the targets are members of the Tea Party.
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