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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Arrest the absent senators and fire the striking union members!

I’m not an attorney, but…

Posted on Sunday, 20th February 2011 by Patrick Dorwin

Isn’t what the democratic Wisconsin state senators doing the same as:

Intentionally fails or refuses to perform a known mandatory, nondiscretionary, ministerial duty of the officer’s or employee’s office or employment within the time or in the manner required by law

We know they are required to do the job they are sworn to do, and their actions, leaving the state to avoid those duties, is intentional… So shouldn’t they be charged with misconduct in public office? Here’s the law.

2010 Wisconsin Code Chapter 946. Crimes against government and its administration. 946.12 Misconduct in public office.

946.12
946.12 Misconduct in public office. Any public officer or public employee who does any of the following is guilty of a Class I felony:

946.12(1)
(1) Intentionally fails or refuses to perform a known mandatory, nondiscretionary, ministerial duty of the officer’s or employee’s office or employment within the time or in the manner required by law; or

946.12(2)
(2) In the officer’s or employee’s capacity as such officer or employee, does an act which the officer or employee knows is in excess of the officer’s or employee’s lawful authority or which the officer or employee knows the officer or employee is forbidden by law to do in the officer’s or employee’s official capacity; or

946.12(3)
(3) Whether by act of commission or omission, in the officer’s or employee’s capacity as such officer or employee exercises a discretionary power in a manner inconsistent with the duties of the officer’s or employee’s office or employment or the rights of others and with intent to obtain a dishonest advantage for the officer or employee or another;

Note to Attorney General J.B. VanHollen… your duty is calling.

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