Wednesday, January 27, 2016


"Can Mount Pleasant Afford to Employ Kurt Wahlen as Village Administrator?"


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Whalen or Wahlen.... that is the question.

It's actually Wahlen - but from years of pronouncing it wrong - it became Whalen! LOL.

So it's Wahlen - like Waldo, NOT Whalen - like Whale.....

But truth is truth and the Wisconsin Court of Appeals still said:

“Holmes petitioned the circuit court for judicial review of the Council’s decision, alleging that the City, Council, and Committee failed to act according to law when they acted upon an unsworn written complaint, that the City, Council, and Committee violated Holmes’s due process rights by retaining a special prosecutor to draft a complaint and act as legal counsel for Wahlen, and that the City failed to act according to law by providing Wahlen with nonpublic information. The City, Council, Committee, and Wahlen 2 moved the circuit court for confirmation of the decision to revoke; Holmes moved to vacate the Council’s decision. The circuit court found that the complaint was not properly sworn, that the improper swearing deprived the Committee of jurisdiction over the due process hearing, and that the improper swearing was a fundamental error that deprived Holmes of due process.”

And the fact that the criminal State of Wisconsin continues to reward him with a taxpayer funded retirement, benefits, and a double dipping paycheck is just despicable!

From the Wisconsin State Constitution - a document which witnesses against the criminals who are now in charge of the State and protect those who violate others rights and unlawfully take their property....

Remedy for wrongs. Section 9. Every person is entitled to a certain remedy in the laws for all injuries, or wrongs which he may receive in his person, property, or character; he ought to obtain justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase it, completely and without denial, promptly and without delay, conformably to the laws.

Victims of crime. Section 9m. [As created April 1993] This state shall treat crime victims, as defined by law, with fairness, dignity and respect for their privacy. This state shall ensure that crime victims have all of the following privileges and protections as provided by law: timely disposition of the case; the opportunity to attend court proceedings unless the trial court finds sequestration is necessary to a fair trial for the defendant; reasonable protection from the accused throughout the criminal justice process; notification of court proceedings; the opportunity to confer with the prosecution; the opportunity to make a statement to the court at disposition; restitution; compensation; and information about the outcome of the case and the release of the accused. The legislature shall provide remedies for the violation of this section. Nothing in this section, or in any statute enacted pursuant to this section, shall limit any right of the accused which may be provided by law. [1993 J.R. 2, vote April 1993]