Kevin Kennedy Caught On Tape

MacIver News Service | Oct. 3, 2017

By M.D. Kittle

[Madison, Wis...] In late July, MacIver News Service broke the story that former Wisconsin speech cop Kevin Kennedy appears to have broken the law in publicly sharing court-sealed information from the infamous John Doe investigation.

The story was based on the accounts of sources who attended Kennedy's presentation at last year'sCouncil on Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL) annual meeting in New Orleans.

Today, MacIver News is releasing the audio of Kennedy's curious defense of the disbanded agency at the center of one of Wisconsin's darkest political chapters.

Kennedy at December's national COGEL conference discussed a news story and accompanying court-sealed documents on the John Doe investigation, something that appears to be a violation of the probe's strict secrecy order.

The long-serving state bureaucrat retired in June 2016, on the verge of being unceremoniously shown the door.

The complete story here >

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