These facts are not likely to appear in the mainstream media, so in an effort to inform voters, I hereby submit them for your consideration.
Susan Happ, the Democratic candidate for Wisconsin Attorney General, sold a home on land contract in Jefferson County, where she was district attorney, for $180,000 to Daniel J. Reynolds (no relation to myself) in 2009. He made payments on time, paying it off in 2012.
In 2011, Reynolds was arrested for child abuse. Since District Attorney Happ was running for state Attorney General, she “filed” the case, bringing it forward only after Reynolds paid off the loan. Reynolds was tried, and was charged with disorderly conduct. The initial charge had felony counts of first-degree and second-degree assaults of a child. But in the end, he got virtually nothing, and never spent one day in jail.
Is this following the law, or circumventing it? Should not Susan Happ be chastised in this case? And, she is running for Wisconsin’s top cop? Join me in voting for Brian Schimel for Wisconsin’s attorney general in November.