From jsonline: Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser responded to reports Saturday that he had placed his hands around the neck of fellow Justice Ann Walsh Bradley during an argument in her office earlier this month:
"Once there's a proper review of the matter and the facts surrounding it are made clear, the anonymous claims made to the media will be proven false," he said.
"Until then, I will refrain from further public comment." http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/124548038.html
It should be noted that the media outlets that first reported it are quite liberal and they are hiding their sources.
From jsonline: A joint investigation by Wisconsin Public Radio and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism first reported Saturday on the incident, stating that Prosser "allegedly grabbed" Bradley around the neck.
In the same story, another version of the event has now surfaced: An argument between state Supreme Court Justices David Prosser and Ann Walsh Bradley became physical this month, according to sources who told the Journal Sentinel two very different stories Saturday about what occurred.
According to some sources, Prosser wrapped his hands around Bradley's neck. According to others, Bradley charged Prosser, who raised his hands to defend himself and made contact with her neck...
But another source told the Journal Sentinel that Bradley attacked Prosser.
"She charged him with fists raised," the source said.
Prosser "put his hands in a defensive posture," the source said. "He blocked her."
In doing so, the source said, he made contact with Bradley's neck.
Another source said the justices were arguing over the timing of the release of the opinion, which legislative leaders had insisted they needed by June 14 because of their work on the state budget. As the justices discussed the case, Abrahamson said she didn't know whether the decision would come out this month, the source said.
At that point, Prosser said he'd lost all confidence in her leadership. Bradley then came across the room "with fists up," the source said. Prosser put up his hands to push her back.
Bradley then said she had been choked, according to the source. Another justice - the source wouldn't say who - responded, "You were not choked."
As I stated before, you have Prosser who apparently has a problem with his temper while Bradley acts like a bitch and apparently a crybaby and likes to exaggerate . And when those personalities collide, things will happen.
They ought just put a fence around Madison and make a reality show out of the City.
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