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RNC Reince Priebus involved in Voter Fraud Involving CIA Style "Secret System"
Largest and Most Elaborate Case of Conspiratorial Voter Fraud in the History of the United States
Five Co-Conspirator Buddies of Reince Priebus Have Already Been Arrested

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/crime_and_courts/two-more-ex-walker-aides-charged-in-john-doe-investigation/
January 27, 2012 10:30 am  •  MARY SPICUZZA, CLAY BARBOUR and DEE J. HALL | Wisconsin State Journal

Charges filed Thursday in the ongoing John Doe investigation into former and current aides of Gov. Scott Walker allege a pattern of illegal fundraising and what appears to be a systemic avoidance of campaign laws by Walker's inner circle.

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm charged Kelly Rindfleisch, 43, with four felony counts of misconduct in public office and Darlene Wink, 61, with two misdemeanor counts of political solicitation by a public employee. Both worked for Walker during his time as Milwaukee County executive, and both are accused of fundraising activities while at their taxpayer-funded jobs.

Also in the complaints made public Thursday were accusations leveled toward Walker's close associates, including the use of personal laptop computers and an unofficial "secret email system" to solicit money for the campaigns of Walker and Brett Davis, who was running for lieutenant governor. Investigators say they kept the system hidden from all but a close group of Walker's insiders.

But perhaps most notable in the complaints is an email from Walker to a longtime top aide discussing the resignation of Wink, who left her county job after admitting to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that she frequently posted political comments online during working hours.

"We cannot afford another story like this one," Walker wrote about the Wink story. "No one can give them any reason to do another story. That means no laptops, no websites, no time away during the work day, etc."

Walker was not available Thursday for interviews to clarify what he meant in the email.

The governor was scheduled to appear at an event in Wausau, but his office canceled the speech about an hour before it was scheduled to take place. A press release cited weather.

Later, Walker campaign spokeswoman Ciara Matthews released a statement saying the county executive's office had a policy against employees using county time and resources for political activities.

"Scott Walker expected everyone to follow the law and made that clear publicly and privately," the statement read.

The new allegations bring the total number of people criminally charged in the John Doe investigation to six. Earlier this month two Walker appointees, Tim Russell and Kevin Kavanaugh, were arrested and charged with embezzling from veterans groups. Russell's partner, Brian Pierick, also was charged with child enticement.

The probe already has netted one conviction. William Gardner, president of Wisconsin & Southern Railroad, was sentenced to two years of probation after acknowledging funneling at least $72,800 in illegal and excessive campaign contributions to Walker and other candidates.

Milwaukee-area real estate broker Andrew P. Jensen, Jr. was taken into custody last month after refusing to cooperate with the John Doe investigation. He has not been charged.

Wink Criminal Activity Within the Secret Team of Conspirators

Wink is accused of arranging fundraisers, "robo-calls" and writing campaign-related press releases in 2009 while working under Walker in the Milwaukee County executive's office.

The counts allege that Wink violated state laws prohibiting solicitation of political contributions in public buildings and banning public employees from soliciting or receiving money or services for any political purpose while at work.

The criminal complaint said Wink, Walker's constituent services manager, exchanged numerous campaign-related messages with top Walker campaign staffers, including operations manager Joe Fadness, as well as Reince Preibus, then Republican Party of Wisconsin chairman and now head of the Republican National Committee.

The complaint reveals that Fadness was among those testifying in the John Doe investigation. Other witnesses include Rose Ann Dieck, membership chairwoman for the Milwaukee County Republicans, who has received immunity from prosecution.

Wink's attorney, Peter Wolff, said his client has reached an "anticipated settlement" with prosecutors that would include her pleading guilty and sharing information about future prosecutions and proceedings. For example, she could testify against Russell and Kavanaugh.

"She's clearly adamant that at no time did Scott Walker know that she was doing any of this type of behavior," Wolff said of the accusations against Wink.

Rindfleisch charges

Rindfleisch, who worked as a fundraiser for Walker until just weeks ago, started as a policy adviser for him at the county executive's office in early 2010. She was soon promoted to deputy chief of staff, replacing Russell, who left to become Milwaukee County Housing Services director. At the same time she worked as a fundraiser for Davis, then a GOP state Assemblyman from Oregon running for lieutenant governor.

Davis, according to emails uncovered by investigators, was the favored candidate of those trying to get Walker elected governor. Lieutenant governors run separately in the state's primary system but are paired up with their party's gubernatorial candidate for the general election. Many inside Walker's campaign believed Davis gave Walker the best chance to win the election.

Prosecutors say Rindfleisch spent "significant time" doing political campaign work for Davis while working for the county. The criminal complaint against her investigation uncovered 1,380 fundraising emails sent or received by Rindfleisch during normal work hours. Investigators also uncovered about 300 emails between Rindfleisch and Davis and more than 1,000 between her and members of Walker's campaign staff, including spokeswoman Jill Bader and campaign manager Keith Gilkes.

Rindfleisch told a friend that "half of what I'm doing is policy for the campaign," during an Internet chat, according to the 57-page complaint.

Franklyn Gimbel, Rindfleisch's attorney, said he thought the charges against his client were especially harsh and expects to challenge aspects including search and seizure tactics.

"I think they're harsh considering the way the other public officials with far greater rank were treated," Gimbel said. Rindfleisch's first court date is scheduled for Feb. 22.

This was the second time Rindfleisch has been involved in questionable campaign activities on the taxpayer dime. Rindfleisch worked for state Rep. Scott Gunderson, R-Waterford, from 1995 to 1999. In 2002 she was granted immunity for her testimony in the caucus scandal, which involved widespread illegal campaign activities on state time among legislative staffers. The scandal, uncovered by the State Journal, resulted in criminal charges and fines against five lawmakers and four legislative aides.

Secret Computer System Set Up For Conspirators To Hide Crimes Against the American People

From the emails and Internet chats collected by investigators, it seems clear that Rindfleisch was aware she was circumventing the law by fundraising with a personal laptop and through a secret system. Several key members of Walker's current administration communicated with her during this time, including his spokesman Cullen Werwie and Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch.

At the time, Werwie worked as Davis' campaign spokesman. Huebsch was a state representative from West Salem who also worked on Davis' campaign.

Investigators said another member of County Executive Walker's inner circle, Russell, was responsible for setting up the secret computer system that was used to conceal the fundraising.

The wireless Internet system was, according to the complaints, "never disclosed to county employees outside a closely held group within the Walker administration."

It was so secret that even the county director of information management services was not aware it existed, meaning that even an open records request would not have uncovered the fundraising efforts.
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UPDATED: 5 Scott Walker Staffers Arrested-Reince Priebus Now Involved
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/01/26/1058864/--UPDATED-Scott-Walker-Staffers-Arrested-Reince-Priebus-Now-Involved
StuHunter Thu Jan 26, 2012 at 02:57 PM PST

A fish rots from the head down. Two staffers who worked directly for Gov. Scott Walker while he was county executive were charged Thursday with illegally doing extensive political work while being paid by taxpayers to do county jobs. This is in addition to the three aides of Scott Walker that were arrested on January 5, 2012.

UPDATE: RNC Chairman Reince Priebus now seems to be involved with the mess:
The criminal complaint said Wink, Walker's constituent services manager, exchanged numerous campaign-related messages with top Walker campaign staffers, including operations manager Joe Fadness, as well as Reince Preibus, then Republican Party of Wisconsin chairman and now head of the Republican National Committee.

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/crime_and_courts/two-more-ex-walker-aides-charged-in-john-doe-investigation/

In addition, Milwaukee County prosecutors expose what they say was a private email network created by top Walker aides to allow them to communicate with one another about campaign and county work without the public or co-workers' knowledge.

"It should be (illegal) because it defeats the public’s right to know," said Bob Dreps, an attorney who handles open records cases for clients such as the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "If it’s official business, it belongs in the official system."

Kelly Rindfleisch, deputy chief of staff to Walker in 2010, faces four felony counts of misconduct in office for working for then-Rep. Brett Davis' 2010 campaign for lieutenant governor while on the county clock. Davis, who lost in the Republican primary, is now Walker's state Medicaid director.

The complaint says that Rindfleisch told a friend in an Internet chat shortly after taking the job with Walker that "half of what I'm doing is policy for the campaign."

During work hours between February 2010 and early July 2010, it says, Rindfleisch sent sent more than 300 emails to Davis and some 1,380 fundraising emails. The John Doe also turned up more than 1,000 emails between Rindfleisch and top staffers on Walker's 2010 campaign during work hours over the same period.

Also charged Thursday was Darlene Wink, Walker's one-time constituent services coordinator, who is facing two misdemeanor counts for using county resources to raise money for Walker's 2010 gubernatorial bid.

Wink, a former vice chair of the Milwaukee County Republican Party, resigned her county job in May 2010 after admitting to the Journal Sentinel that she was spending part of her work day doing campaign work.

According to the Rindfleisch complaint, Walker sent a private email to a top staffer in the wake of that controversy.

"We cannot afford another story like this one," Walker wrote to Timothy Russell, his longtime aide and adviser. "No one can give them any reason to do another story. That means no laptops, no websites, no time away during the work day, etc."
Walker's state office and his campaign had no immediate comment on the criminal complaints. The first-term Republican governor canceled a Wausau event scheduled for Thursday, citing the poor weather in that area.

Each of the felony counts against Rindfleisch carries a maximum penalty of 3 1/2 years behind bars and a $10,000 fine.

Rindfleisch's lawyer, Franklyn Gimbel, declined comment on the 57-page criminal complaint. Davis did not respond to repeated requests for comment made to his cell and office phones.

Peter Wolff, Wink's attorney, said his client is cooperating with the investigation and is hoping to reach a plea agreement with prosecutors.

http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/news/138099588.html

The three aides who were arrested on January 5th, 2012 are Tim Russell who had been with Walker as a campaign and county aide since 2002 was charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor count of embezzlement.

Kevin Kavanaugh, a Walker appointee to the Milwaukee County Veteran Service Commission was charged with five felonies of theft and fraudulent writings by a corporate office. In a press conference Thursday, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisolm accused Kavanaugh of stealing more than $42,000 that was intended to provide for families of Wisconsin soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as for wounded vets. Russell raised the donations at an annual event for veterans called Operation Freedom.

But instead of giving that money to Wisconsin vets, Russell transferred more than $20,000 into his personal accounts and used the money to pay for Caribbean and Hawaiian vacations, funded a political trip to Atlanta, Georgia for the organization of a presidential campaign.

Also charged and tied to Walker were Brian Pierck who was charged with two felony counts of child enticement and exposing genitals in a public area. Those charges emerged from the investigation after computers were seized.

In addition, Scott Walker has raised record breaking money in his bid to stave off a recall loss.....mainly supported by 33 contributors. All (probably) have the last name "Koch"

An Associated Press analysis of campaign finance reports Mr. Walker submitted Monday shows more than 60 percent of his money raised over the past five weeks came from out of state... The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a government watchdog group, says roughly half of the $4.5 million Mr. Walker raised over the past five weeks came from 33 individuals. The governor has raised $12.1 million since last year, the most ever by a Wisconsin candidate for governor.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/25/us/wisconsin-out-of-staters-give-to-governor.html?_r=3&ref=todayspaper
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BUMP TO EXPOSE VOTER FRAUD
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I think Trump needs to get this particular swamp creature OUT.
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I think Trump needs to get this particular swamp creature OUT.

Either that or use him to feed false information to the obama gang.

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Miller: We Have Provided ‘Enormous’ Evidence of Voter Fraud
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Miller said, “I actually, having worked on a campaign before in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone working in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence. I can tell you this — voter fraud is a serious problem in the country. You have millions of people who are registered in two states, who are dead who are registered to vote. You have 14 percent of noncitizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, an astonishing statistic.”

He added, “The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state. Dead people voting, non-citizens being registered to vote.  George, it is a fact and you will not deny it that are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote.”
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