May 21, 2019

Wrongfully Convicted in Wisconsin — Waiting for Judge Angela Sutkiewicz' Adverse Ruling and Opinion

Madison, Wisconsin — Some things in Wisconsin seem impervious to change.

One of the worst enduring features is corrupt law enforcement exemplified by disgraced ex-district attorney Ken Kratz (Calumet County), Special Prosecutor Mark Williams (Dept of Justice), Attorney General Joshua Kaul, and far too many more to list.

The bad work of Kratz is being defended by Williams, Kaul and others for whom facts, transparency and truth are to be opposed, lest Wisconsin law enforcement is exposed more prominently as indecent, capable and inclined to railroad the innocent.

Williams is a class-A scumbag, revealed by private investigator Ira Robins to have hidden evidence, and lied repeatedly to the court in a frame-up of Lawrencia (Laurie) Bembenek.

It makes sense in the amoral mind of Kaul that in protecting another frame-up Williams would be called upon as a special prosecutor in State of Wisconsin vs. Steven A. Avery, (Manitowoc County Case Number 2005CF000381).

Just three months ago, the wrongfully convicted Steven Avery won an important state appellate court ruling.

Wrote Avery's attorney, Kathleen Zellner:

But Zellner and Avery's advocates know the courtroom of  Judge Angela Sutkiewicz will bring an adverse ruling. Sutkiewicz is as corrupt as any Wisconsin law enforcement personnel, so the case will be won in appellate court.

The problem is Sutkiewicz is taking her sweet time and has not even scheduled hearings, per the Feb 25, 2019 appellate court order mandating "any proceedings necessary to address [Avery's] claims," which the State fails to address in argument on the merits.

The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DoJ) does not address the merits of Steven Avery's characterization of Wisconsin's post-conviction conduct  — DoJ bad faith, evidence destruction and suppression — because the DoJ cannot credibly do so.

So, as Summer approaches, we wait and wait. Writes Zellner:

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