TRIGGER WARNING: Suggests certain Democrats in Wisconsin are corrupt.
For John, BLUF: Abuse by our prosecutor folks can not be abided. Nothing to see here; just move along.
At the Althouse blog there is a further discussion of the "John Doe" issue and in this case the question of if the apparently corrupt Milwaukee DA, John Theodore Chisholm, was responsible for tipping off the press. Since this is a "John Doe" action, and thus so secret one can not even have a Grand Jury,♠, or contact one's own lawyer, one would think that tipping off the press, the Fourth Estate, would be out of bounds. Apparently not.
The original National Review article is here.
So, one question is if DA John Theodore Chisholm thinks that he personally incorporates justice and is above the law? He must see himself in that way or he would resign, with an apology for allowing this John Doe action to go on and on.
Hat tip to Ann Althouse.
Regards — Cliff
♠ Grand juries are a protection for the People against a central government, recognized 800 years ago in the Magna Garta. It is incorporated in our US Constitution.