What is going on at the Wisconsin Supreme Court?

He said; she said; they said. What happened in the office of Justice Ann Walsh Bradley the day before the release of the decision upholding a bill to curtail the collective bargaining rights of public employees is open to question as several sources have given conflicting versions of the incident:JSOnline: Sources told the Journal Sentinel two very different stories Saturday about what occurred. Some confirmed Bradley's version. According to others, Bradley charged Prosser, who raised his hands to defend himself and made contact with her neck. [...] Bradley felt Prosser "was attacking the chief justice," the source said. Before leaving, Prosser "put his hands around her neck in what (Bradley) described as a chokehold," the source said. "He did not exert any pressure, but his hands were around her neck," the source said. The source said the act "was in no way playful." But another source told the Journal Sentinel that Bradley attacked Prosser. "She charged him with fists raised," the...(Read Full Post)