email at racinecountycorruption@gmail.com

Monday, June 25, 2018




Extra - Extra - Extra
Town of Dover News Flash

Town of Dover supervisor Sam Stratton has announced his intentions to run for Town of Dover Chairman if and when a recall election may occur.

Let the entertainment begin!



Monday, May 28, 2018


Loyce Edward Deen
 is one of an estimated
419,400 U.S citizens 
who served his country 
during WW2
and didn't return home alive. 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpt6Bvr2L-s&authuser=0

Beginning in 1868, after the Civil War, the holiday was established to honor the Americans who died fighting for the United States. Some 150 years later, the day lives on as a reminder to commemorate and honor the people who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of their country.
“Memorial Day" isn't just about honoring veterans, it's honoring those who lost their lives. Veterans had the fortune of coming home. For us, that's a reminder of when we come home we still have a responsibility to serve. It's a continuation of service that honors our country and those who fell defending it.” Pete Hegseth


All gave some - some gave it all
Thank a veteran for your freedom!

Friday, May 11, 2018

ATTENTION CCW PERMIT HOLDERS

Your CCW license records are treated as open records in Racine County

Recent events have exposed the Racine County Sheriff's Office routinely releasing CCW license information to nosey citizens in direct violation of Wisconsin state statutes.

Want to know who is packing heat ? 
Just ask Chris Schmaling or John Harahan or any sheriff deputy in Racine county. 
Scofflaw Schmaling

According to information from a lieutenant within the department, it is within department policy to release CCW licensee information to nosey and inquiring minds. This CCW open records policy of the sheriff's office is in blatant disregard of the law. 

CCW statutes are very specific to protect the privacy and identities of law abiding CCW licensee's.

This is serious folks, The sheriff's office has breached the public trust of Racine County citizens who carry by violating the very laws that are put into place to protect law abiding citizens.

If you live in Ashland or Appleton and want to know who's packing? Call the Racine County Sheriff Office where CCW records are handled as public records.

Your information is not safe and secure due to the scofflaw's Sheriff Schmaling and Deputy Sheriff Hanrahan's interpretation of the law.

A complaint has been directly filed into the Racine County District Attorney's office (Patricia Hanson) and with Racine County Corporation Counsel  (Michael Lanzdorf) seeking an immediate stop to this CCW open records policy of the sheriff department.

CCW law does not provide any relief to the aggrieved, so
the complaint further request the county to censure Schmaling and Hanrahan for their misconduct of office.

Below is from the DOJ frequently asked questions about CCW concerning the access, use and release of information.
Pages 28 and 29 

To view the complete document:
https://www.doj.state.wi.us/sites/default/files/dles/ccw/ccw-faq%201-2018.pdf

ACCESS TO CCW LICENSE INFORMATION

 Will there be a list of persons who have CCW licenses? Yes. 
The law requires DOJ to maintain a computerized record listing the names of and specified information (including but not limited to dates of birth, sex and the identification number of the CCW license) concerning all individuals who have been issued a license and former federal law enforcement officers (but not former state law enforcement officers) who have been issued certification cards. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(a). 

Is the information regarding CCW licenses available to the public? No. 
The information regarding CCW licenses is not considered a public record and the DOJ, Department of Transportation (DOT), or any employee of DOJ or DOT, cannot make it available to the public except in the context of a prosecution for an offense in which the person‘s status as a licensee or holder of a certification card is relevant or through DOJ‘s annual report to the Legislature and the Governor. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(c). 

Does DOJ issue any reports regarding CCW licenses? 
DOJ is required to submit a statistical report to the Legislature and the Governor annually by March 1 of each year. The report must indicate the number of licenses applied for, issued, denied, suspended, and revoked during the previous calendar year. For the licenses denied, the report must indicate the reasons for the denials and the part of the application process in which the reasons for denial were discovered. For licenses suspended or revoked, the report must indicate the reasons for the suspensions and revocations. DOJ may not include in the report any information that may be used to identify an applicant or a licensee, including but not limited to a name, address, birth date, or Social Security number. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(19). 

To whom can DOJ release information on CCW licenses? 
Law enforcement agencies upon proper request and reports to the governor and legislature. 29 Proper requests from law enforcement include: 1) to confirm that a license or certification card produced by an individual at the request of a law enforcement officer is valid; 2) if an individual claims to hold a valid license or law enforcement certification but does not have his or her license document or law enforcement certification card with him or her, to confirm that the individual holds a valid license or certification card; and 3) to investigate whether a person submitted an intentionally false statement in a license application or renewal. Wis. Stat. §§ 175.60(12g)(a) and (19). 

Is the information regarding CCW licenses available to a law enforcement agency?
 Yes, in limited circumstances. A law enforcement officer may not request or be provided information from such computerized record concerning a specific individual except for specified purposes including to confirm that a license or certification card produced by an individual at the request of a law enforcement officer is valid or, if an individual does not have his or her license document or certification card with him or her, to confirm that the individual holds a valid license or certification card or to investigate whether the person made false statements in their license application or renewal. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b) and (12g)(b). 

How can law enforcement agencies use CCW license information? 
To confirm that a license or certification card produced by an individual at the request of a law enforcement officer is valid. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1a. If an individual claims to hold a valid license or law enforcement certification but does not have his or her license document or law enforcement certification card with him or her, to confirm that the individual holds a valid license or certification card. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1b. To investigate whether a person submitted an intentionally false statement in a license application or renewal. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1c. To investigate whether a person complied with the requirements governing the return of revoked or suspended CCW licenses. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b)1d. 

Is information available to law enforcement agencies outside of Wisconsin? Yes: 
1) information to confirm that a license or certification card produced by an individual at the request of a law enforcement officer is valid; or, 2) if an individual claims to hold a valid license or law enforcement certification but does not have his or her license document or law enforcement certification card with him or her, to confirm that the individual holds a valid license or certification. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12)(b) 2. 

Are there some things a law enforcement agency cannot do with license information? 
Neither a law enforcement agency nor any of its employees may store or maintain information regarding an individual that was obtained from DOJ based on the individual‘s status as a licensee or holder of a certificate card. Wis. Stat. § 175.60(12g)(b). In addition, neither a law enforcement agency nor any of its employees may sort or access information regarding vehicle stops, investigations, civil or criminal offenses, or other activities involving the agency based on the status as licensees

Once again Sheriff Schmaling as a law enforcement officer has been exposed operating in total disregard of Wisconsin laws that are put into place to protect it's citizens.


 Schmaling doesn't believe he has to comply with the law !

Teach him otherwise!



Friday, April 20, 2018


 I was contacted several times by a reporter from the Racine Journal Times seeking information and/or confirmation of recent events in the town of Dover.  The reporter expressed interest in the Town of Dover Entertainment District 
located in the heart of Kansasville.
I informed the reporter that 
this year's political theme is 
Mayberry RFD SPECIAL EDITION


Floyd, Barney and Otis 

This years Special Players Edition theme is  
Everybody is tied up in knots over nothing 

Cast members include Floyd the barber, Otis and Barney.
With lots of OOOHs and AAAHS from supporting cast
Aunt Bee and Charlene Darling
Sadly the wisdom and calm demeanor of Andy is missing from this years special players cast.


For over twenty years the Kansasville town house Entertainment District has been putting on a monthly nightly show, usually starting at 7 pm and ending??? 
 They perform in front of a live audience and 
here is the best part 
Admission is free!

And Now 

"Heeeere's Johnny"

Johnny Carson

Click below for relevant video

If you aren't entertained, then you need to go get a life !


Thursday, April 19, 2018

DOVER DRAMA
In the quaint Kingdom of Dover Wi.
 
Drama kings and queens are at it again. 
The kingdom of Dover has lots of legally aged adults who for unknown reasons haven't mentally matured.  Overactive and hypersensitive temperaments flare like fifth graders warring over nerf balls.  Every few years the drama kings and queens have to act up and engage in WoW (Wars of Words). 
   One stupid says something
Another stupid does something
That is how it often works.
Just like Super Mario Brothers!

One election working with each other,  next election knocking each other out of the game.

The pettiness of politics transcends geopolitical boundaries to the Union Grove area as well, where children are indoctrinated into believing that government is only good and without fault. Where the only lessons the school teaches are OBEY! OBEY!! OBEY!!!
Act up and you are facing the Racine County Sheriff Department, followed by jail.
A school system where math,science and geography are no longer important. But they will teach the kids how be be properly indoctrinated, follow orders and accept authority and rule.
OBEY! OBEY!! OBEY!!!

A taste of political reality is just what children are in need of. 
Mandatory reading is no longer part of the school curriculum.
Reading "The Good Earth", "1984", and "Catch 22" will not be part of an indoctrinated student.

And what about our worthless press?
The local Racine Journal Times has yet to take on head to head the Foxconn eminent domain fiasco that is currently in full swing. 
We have government officials who are violating their oath of office as they misuse eminent domain proceedings against landowners to acquire land for a foreign corporation.
Government corruption is real and prevalent, so the more we speak and act about it, the better we can address it.  

But back to the fine town of Dover:
We all know current chairman Mario Lena was not elected to be a Politician or Statesman. nor does he pretend to be.
Truth being known, I'm not sure he is smarter than a box of rocks.
Even a box of rocks knows when to remain silent and when to make noise.

Mario campaigned on the promise that town of Dover funds would be better allocated back to serve the residents of Dover, not to fund parasitic engineering and law firms who siphons funds from road and public utility projects. 

Lena's plan must be working, at the last town hall meeting, road repair crews stated a records amount of material was used to repair town roads ( or did he say historical) matters not.

 To see childish behavior makes me wonder what event stymied so many adults from mentality maturing.
  These adults appear educated, but failed to learn how to prioritize life's twists and turns.  Perhaps some of the pettiness, hypersensitivity and childish behavior may be attributed to petty conversations, jealousy, dementia or alzheimer's. 

OH, I FORGOT
It's the water stupid!

  For years field and yard runoff have spoiled the water quality of Eagle lake. Add DNR administered poisons to the lake and 
  Zero fish population, Eagle lake has been 
declared dead several times. 
Must make people brain dead when they drink the water!
Quit Drinking the green Eagle Lake water - Stupids!

Here is something an investigative reporter should look into:
Any and all funds related to Natures Bend Road!






Thursday, April 5, 2018

DO THE MATH !
Rep. Greta Neubauer

On March 25th 2018, a Town Hall meeting on gun safety and violence prevention was hosted by State Assembly Representative Greta Neubauer.

Preceding this town hall meeting, Rep. Neubauer wrote an editorial in the Racine Journal Times of her concerns of gun lobbies and the NRA.
You may read the editorial here:

Ms. Neubauer held the listening session for the general public to share their concerns and ideas.
You may read about the speakers here:
http://journaltimes.com/news/local/racinians-call-for-increased-gun-control-at-neubauer-listening-session/article_8448a18e-1037-5dba-98e2-366ba621feef.html#comments

To the credit of Ms. Neubauer, the March 25 town hall meeting was a true listening session where the public had their opportunity to present their concerns of gun safety, violence and fear of law enforcement.

At the town hall meeting, Rep. Neubauer  passed out an informational flyer.  This flyer contained statistics and references where the data was obtained.  You may view the handout here:
Check out the third subtitle;                                          [State of  Guns in Wisconsin]                                    3rd. bullet point  in column.
Whoaaaaaaa……., according to Ms. Neubauer’s flyer, Wisconsin has 64,878 registered guns as of April 2017, referencing a source that does not appear to support her claims.
The State of Wisconsin by law preempts gun registration.  From Gifford law center:
 "Wisconsin does not require firearm owners to register their firearms. With limited exceptions, Wisconsin preempts local jurisdictions from adopting ordinances requiring the registration of “any firearm or part of a firearm, including ammunition and reloader components.”1
Read more here:   
  http://lawcenter.giffords.org/registration-of-firearms-in-wisconsin/

Gun Registration in Wisconsin? Is this data deep state trickery ? or perhaps did Rep. Neubauer stumble upon some Wisconsin secret data banks, revealing hidden data that has been kept from the public?  Whatever the real story is, we are going to kick Pandora’s Box until the truth is told.
In the interim, consider the following; As our population in the State of Wisconsin nears 6 million citizens, estimated Wisconsin gun ownership ranges between 34 percent and 44 percent of the general population. On the low side of estimates - there is an estimated 2 million + gun owners in the Badger State.  Being most gun owners own more than one gun, one
can safely estimate more than three million guns exist in Wisconsin citizens hands. 

In Wisconsin, it appears we have a free standing  2 million plus armed Militia exercising their 2nd. amendment rights.
Two to Three million guns  vs. 64,878 guns ? 
Think about this, every day over two million cheeseheads safely go about their business without causing an incident or ruckus with their guns.  Only by knowing  and understanding real numbers can we focus where our efforts to thwart gun violence will be best served.      
Do you believe the Deep State numbers or research from credible sources?
DO THE MATH!!!

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

        According to the Racine Journal Times

http://journaltimes.com/news/local/racine-officers-involved-in-shooting-case-cleared-for-duty/article_7b689125-c98e-5563-b684-48a500ed7b7c.html#tracking-source=home-top-story-2


"Stillman and Boeck attempted a traffic stop on Shannon, who then got out of the car and fled on food."

Apparently it wasn't fast food!

"During the chase, according to the DOJ report, Shannon pointed a gun at the officers three separate times and they fired back, hitting Shannon five times."

How do you fire back if you haven't been shot at?


From the Racine Journal Times - Unedited


RACINE — Two Racine police officers on leave after a deadly confrontation with a suspect fleeing a traffic suspect on Jan. 17 have been cleared to return to duty.
Racine Police Investigator Chad Stillman and Officer Peter Boeck were put on leave, but they “have been cleared and are welcome back to the department any time,” Sgt. Adam Malacara, public information officer for the department, announced on Wednesday.
“However, they are still dealing with this highly traumatic event and will come back when they are ready,” Malacara said. “They did what they were trained to do but hoped they never had to. It is a difficult situation to deal with.”
On Tuesday, Racine County District Attorney Tricia Hanson announced her office will not press charges against Stillman and Boeck, who were involved in a shooting that resulted in the death of Donte Shannon, 26, of Racine, in a backyard of a home in the 1400 block of Park Ave.
According to an investigation by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, the officers were informed Shannon had a weapon and some marijuana. On Jan. 17, Stillman and Boeck attempted a traffic stop on Shannon, who then got out of the car and fled on food.
During the chase, according to the DOJ report, Shannon pointed a gun at the officers three separate times and they fired back, hitting Shannon five times.


On Feb. 5, a federal suit was filed on behalf of the Shannon family, against the officers involved in the shooting and the City of Racine. The case alleges Shannon’s civil rights were violated in the encounter that ended in Shannon’s death.


Why no comments allowed on this R J Times post?

We at RCC have history with City of Racine Police Officer Peter Boeck, as we have previously featured him in our posts for illegally and egregiously executing a harmless dog.

You may view it here:  TRAUMA

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