Whoopsie! The Recording of Waukesha Killer’s Bail Hearing Goes Missing

 

Man, these Democrats sure have technological issues at critical times. With Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm’s Office under fire for low bail and lenient prosecutions, the recording system that typically records these hearings of this particular murderer can’t be found! The car that killed and injured those people may be responsible.

If we get rid of Gov. Tony Evers in 2022 (and our timid GOP majorities find the fortitude to affect change), I’m hoping for many reforms, one of them being that ‘missing’ files, documents, notes, voter applications & records, camera footage & recordings of government offices and officials will be considered as of intent to destroy evidence and prosecuted as such.

Former Lt. Governor of Scott Walker, Rebbeca Kleefisch is running for Governor and has pledged to remove Chisholm as permissable under the Governor’s authority. I expect any GOP candidate for governor to take a similar pledge. This is beyond absurd-I’m out of contempt.

Darrell Brooks Bail Hearing Recording Does Not Exist (wisconsinrightnow.com)

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  1. Barfly Member
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    There seem to be a few special knots of poison scattered thru the country. The one I always think of first centers in Chapel Hill, NC, and extends to Raleigh. I’m sure there’s one around Madison – what’s its topology?

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  2. Metalheaddoc Member
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    Why is it that evidence that implicates agents of the State always seems to get lost? The IRS knows I picked and flicked a booger out the window of my car in 1988, but mysteriously anything that shows government apparatchiks in a bad light seems to disappear like Jimmy Hoffa and nobody is responsible. Kinda like when so many members of Mueller’s goonsquad all locked their phones and entered the wrong password enough times for the phones to wipe themselves clean. Jeepers! What a horrible accident!

    Anyone who works for the government is more likely to be corrupt that corresponding people in the private sector. Government operative corruption is swept under the rug and wagons are circled in defense.

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  3. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    I am a technology guy.  It really upsets my technology sensibilities when electronic stuff like this gets “lost”.  It is such an obvious lie but let them do it every fking time.

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  4. Dave of Barsham Member
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    I am a technology guy. It really upsets my technology sensibilities when electronic stuff like this gets “lost”. It is such an obvious lie but let them do it every fking time.

    Same. Phones getting lost or wiped. Servers wiped, emails “lost.” It’s all BS.

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  5. Steve Fast Coolidge
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    Bail hearing for Darrel Brooks? What about the bail hearing for the SUV?

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  6. BDB Coolidge
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    For once, it doesn’t look like a Hillary job.

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  7. Kozak Member
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    Steve Fast (View Comment):

    Bail hearing for Darrel Brooks? What about the bail hearing for the SUV?

    It was for his previous attempt at vehicular homicide.

    So maybe the SUV is a serial offender.

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  8. ctlaw Coolidge
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    BDB (View Comment):

    For once, it doesn’t look like a Hillary job.

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  9. EDISONPARKS Member
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    Metalheaddoc (View Comment):

    Why is it that evidence that implicates agents of the State always seems to get lost? The IRS knows I picked and flicked a booger out the window of my car in 1988, but mysteriously anything that shows government apparatchiks in a bad light seems to disappear like Jimmy Hoffa and nobody is responsible. Kinda like when so many members of Mueller’s goonsquad all locked their phones and entered the wrong password enough times for the phones to wipe themselves clean. Jeepers! What a horrible accident!

    Anyone who works for the government is more likely to be corrupt that corresponding people in the private sector. Government operative corruption is swept under the rug and wagons are circled in defense.

    As the Durham investigation makes very public confirmation that the Trump/Russia collusion was a (D) scam from the start, the most impressive case of unexplained unremarked upon negligence is how the Weismann Mueller Special Counsel could have access to all pertinent documents, witnesses, and classified materials and yet never find the dead body rotting right under their noses.

    In fact these corrupt goons would have had to step over and around the obvious (D) corruption in an effort to find some unrelated disconnected “crimes” of the victims of the (D)’s most successful and vicious political dirty trick ever perpetrated.

    We blame HRC and the (D) for perpetrating the scam but the insanely improbable Trump/Russia collusion narrative would have died away immediately given how stupid it was if not for the corruption and malfeasance of DOJ/FBI/IC/SecState and the willingness of the MSM to play along with the scam because the ridiculous scam hurt Trump.

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  10. Stad Coolidge
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    Metalheaddoc (View Comment):
    Why is it that evidence that implicates agents of the State always seems to get lost?

    The answer to your question is contained within the question itself:

    “. . . evidence that implicates agents of the State . . .”

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  11. Old Bathos Moderator
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    Kozak (View Comment):

    Steve Fast (View Comment):

    Bail hearing for Darrel Brooks? What about the bail hearing for the SUV?

    It was for his previous attempt at vehicular homicide.

    So maybe the SUV is a serial offender.

    Isn’t charging somebody for the same category of crime a form of profiling?  

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  12. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    If the penalties for losing information or automatic prison time I bet we would see big differences in the loss of data

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  13. WI Con Member
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    In my work, I receive automated alerts of mechanical systems and parameters that are not working properly. I assume (I know, ASS U ME) but I’m genuinly interested, I’d assume IT/Network administrators receive similar alerts & alarms.

    Look, I’m confident they’re lying but there has to be a record of what user loggin in, did what, those kinds of things. Is that all under the authority of the County DA? One would think that the IT function would have an entirely separate line of authority and ‘ownership’ – basic system of controls. 

    Shame on me, I don’t even know city or countywide who to complain to or what entity would even begin to investigate? I’m curious now just what kind of searchable queries can be done in a system like that: penalties for violent offenders, drug crimes, property crimes, by prosecutor & judge. Just who exactly “owns” that data? I know it isn’t us Milwaukee County Residents.

     

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  14. Old Bathos Moderator
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    Probably had to deep-six the whole thing because the part where George Soros whispers in the DA ear then steps up to personally pay the $1,000 in cash could not be easily edited out.

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  15. DaveSchmidt Coolidge
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    WI Con (View Comment):

    In my work, I receive automated alerts of mechanical systems and parameters that are not working properly. I assume (I know, ASS U ME) but I’m genuinly interested, I’d assume IT/Network administrators receive similar alerts & alarms.

    Look, I’m confident they’re lying but there has to be a record of what user loggin in, did what, those kinds of things. Is that all under the authority of the County DA? One would think that the IT function would have an entirely separate line of authority and ‘ownership’ – basic system of controls.

    Shame on me, I don’t even know city or countywide who to complain to or what entity would even begin to investigate? I’m curious now just what kind of searchable queries can be done in a system like that: penalties for violent offenders, drug crimes, property crimes, by prosecutor & judge. Just who exactly “owns” that data? I know it isn’t us Milwaukee County Residents.

     

    Do they lose your property tax records?

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  16. WI Con Member
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    DaveSchmidt (View Comment):

    WI Con (View Comment):

    In my work, I receive automated alerts of mechanical systems and parameters that are not working properly. I assume (I know, ASS U ME) but I’m genuinly interested, I’d assume IT/Network administrators receive similar alerts & alarms.

    Look, I’m confident they’re lying but there has to be a record of what user loggin in, did what, those kinds of things. Is that all under the authority of the County DA? One would think that the IT function would have an entirely separate line of authority and ‘ownership’ – basic system of controls.

    Shame on me, I don’t even know city or countywide who to complain to or what entity would even begin to investigate? I’m curious now just what kind of searchable queries can be done in a system like that: penalties for violent offenders, drug crimes, property crimes, by prosecutor & judge. Just who exactly “owns” that data? I know it isn’t us Milwaukee County Residents.

     

    Do they lose your property tax records?

    Never! (but I really just see them through the bank escrow activity).

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  17. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    EDISONPARKS (View Comment):

    Metalheaddoc (View Comment):

    Why is it that evidence that implicates agents of the State always seems to get lost? The IRS knows I picked and flicked a booger out the window of my car in 1988, but mysteriously anything that shows government apparatchiks in a bad light seems to disappear like Jimmy Hoffa and nobody is responsible. Kinda like when so many members of Mueller’s goonsquad all locked their phones and entered the wrong password enough times for the phones to wipe themselves clean. Jeepers! What a horrible accident!

    Anyone who works for the government is more likely to be corrupt that corresponding people in the private sector. Government operative corruption is swept under the rug and wagons are circled in defense.

    As the Durham investigation makes very public confirmation that the Trump/Russia collusion was a (D) scam from the start, the most impressive case of unexplained unremarked upon negligence is how the Weismann Mueller Special Counsel could have access to all pertinent documents, witnesses, and classified materials and yet never find the dead body rotting right under their noses.

    In fact these corrupt goons would have had to step over and around the obvious (D) corruption in an effort to find some unrelated disconnected “crimes” of the victims of the (D)’s most successful and vicious political dirty trick ever perpetrated.

    We blame HRC and the (D) for perpetrating the scam but the insanely improbable Trump/Russia collusion narrative would have died away immediately given how stupid it was if not for the corruption and malfeasance of DOJ/FBI/IC/SecState and the willingness of the MSM to play along with the scam because the ridiculous scam hurt Trump.

    Look Russia got Trump elected.  That is now historical fact.  Denying it will not change what Americans believe / know.  Even suggesting otherwise is not allowed in polite company 

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  18. EDISONPARKS Member
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    EDISONPARKS (View Comment):

    Metalheaddoc (View Comment):

    Why is it that evidence that implicates agents of the State always seems to get lost? The IRS knows I picked and flicked a booger out the window of my car in 1988, but mysteriously anything that shows government apparatchiks in a bad light seems to disappear like Jimmy Hoffa and nobody is responsible. Kinda like when so many members of Mueller’s goonsquad all locked their phones and entered the wrong password enough times for the phones to wipe themselves clean. Jeepers! What a horrible accident!

    Anyone who works for the government is more likely to be corrupt that corresponding people in the private sector. Government operative corruption is swept under the rug and wagons are circled in defense.

    As the Durham investigation makes very public confirmation that the Trump/Russia collusion was a (D) scam from the start, the most impressive case of unexplained unremarked upon negligence is how the Weismann Mueller Special Counsel could have access to all pertinent documents, witnesses, and classified materials and yet never find the dead body rotting right under their noses.

    In fact these corrupt goons would have had to step over and around the obvious (D) corruption in an effort to find some unrelated disconnected “crimes” of the victims of the (D)’s most successful and vicious political dirty trick ever perpetrated.

    We blame HRC and the (D) for perpetrating the scam but the insanely improbable Trump/Russia collusion narrative would have died away immediately given how stupid it was if not for the corruption and malfeasance of DOJ/FBI/IC/SecState and the willingness of the MSM to play along with the scam because the ridiculous scam hurt Trump.

    Look Russia got Trump elected. That is now historical fact. Denying it will not change what Americans believe / know. Even suggesting otherwise is not allowed in polite company

    Not even (D) operative and lobbyist for Putin’s Russia Charles Dolan, nor Christopher Steele with his Russian contractors and oligarch clients were a match for Trump’s still undetected vast network of Putin spies pushing Trump over the finish line to defeat the charismatic political savant HRC.

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  19. Kozak Member
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    EDISONPARKS (View Comment):
    Mueller Special Counsel could have access to all pertinent documents, witnesses, and classified materials and yet never find the dead body rotting right under their noses.

    Remember, when Mueller was quizzed about Steele and Fusion GPS he claimed he had never heard of it.

     

    Either senile incompetent, or a lying sack of s##t.  I pick B and C.

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  20. EDISONPARKS Member
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    Kozak (View Comment):

    EDISONPARKS (View Comment):
    Mueller Special Counsel could have access to all pertinent documents, witnesses, and classified materials and yet never find the dead body rotting right under their noses.

    Remember, when Mueller was quizzed about Steele and Fusion GPS he claimed he had never heard of it.

     

    Either senile incompetent, or a lying sack of s##t. I pick B and C.

    My take was he was playing the senile old guy for public consumption during the Congressional hearings.

    One has to assume if Mueller acted as out of touch with reality when he was interviewed to take on the role as Special Counsel no one involved in selecting Mueller would have let him have the job ….. or maybe that was the plan from the start.

    Question who was involved in selecting Mueller?

    Answer = Rod Rosenstein who was acting Attorney General after the corrupt deep state effectively neutered Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

    Biggest unsung coward loser in the Trump Russia collusion debacle = Jeff Sessions for getting rolled by corrupt actors in his own DOJ and sitting back and saying nothing to this day about how the deep state effectively made him their prison bitch.

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