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One WI Now statements on latest Prosser allegation

The people of Wisconsin are past the point where they are willing to tolerate for one moment longer, the abusive and alarming conduct of Supreme Court Justice David Prosser.

Enough is enough with the abusive temper of David Prosser.

If allegations Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser recently grabbed the neck of fellow Justice Ann Walsh Bradley in the heat of an argument are true - he has to go.

Prosser's temper and abusive conduct has been tolerated long enough.

Prosser charging at Tim Carpenter on the Assembly floor when the two served together - footage One Wisconsin Now obtained and made public in March.

Prosser calling Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson a "bitch" and threatening to "destroy" her.

And now this.

According to media reports, the alleged latest confrontation and possible assault by Prosser took place as Prosser was concocting the majority opinion as the deciding vote allowing Gov. Scott Walker's attack on 175,000 Wisconsin workers.

Prosser has time and again dismissed his unhinged behavior. The corporate speculators and right wing special interests like Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, the Koch brothers and the Republicans that bankrolled his re-election dismiss his conduct. Why? Because time and again, Prosser is the deciding vote on the court to uphoild their damanging agenda and endorse the reckless lawlessness of actions like Scott Fitzgerald's open meeting law violation to pass Walker's anti-collective bargaining scheme.

Enough is enough. Prosser must resign. And if he refuses, the State Legislature must take steps to remove him from office.

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The last thing we need is a right wing extremist bully with a serious anger management problem sitting on the Wisconsin Supreme Court !

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Just another story based on a lie. Try reading what REALLY happened based on people that were actually there!
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/270679/more-details-emerge-wisconsin-s-chokegate-christian-schneider

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