As quoted in Retired Racine judge on Lincoln Hills letter: Scott Walker 'swept it under the rug'. (Madison.com, 2/27/2016)
Once again, our Governor is out of the loop. That surprise turned to outrage after learning the governor never saw the letter and that years passed until investigations into problems at the Irma youth prison began.
On the other hand, there appears to be no broken chain of command between the Governor's office and the chair of the Assembly Committee on Children & Families. (Holy shit! That gasket-blowin' Bob Gannon is vice-chair.)
As noted in Assembly Chairwoman Shuts Down Discussion of Lincoln Hills Child Abuse. (Press release, 2/24/2016)
Original 2/12/2016 post, "Scott Walker and the broken chain of command", starts here.
Photo credit: Marantha Baptist University
As reported in Scott Walker's office warned in 2012 of safety issues at Lincoln Hills. (Madison.com, 2/12/2016)
As quoted in same article.
Bottom line: Hands-off manager = broken chain of command.
Walker already had his sights set on a bigger prize by then anyway. Couldn't be bothered, I suspect.
Hands-off manager Scott Walker must still be licking his Presidential campaign wounds. (1/14/2016)
Because Scott Walker believes he's hired the best employees to work for the citizens of our state. (1/9/2016)
Selective Republican logic inoperative when applied to Wisconsin juvenile corrections program. (12/24/2015)
The dysfunction of Scott Walker's executive branch of government in 1 defensive quote. (12/20/2015)
Scott Walker and Lincoln Hills School for Boys: Too busy thinking about his (presidential) baby. (12/19/2015)
Still in the news: Lincoln Hills School for Boys. (12/13/2015)
Scott Walker shows us how to deflect (Taking no responsibility, chapter 2). (12/12/2015)
As usual, Scott Walker takes no responsibility. (12/11/2015)
In the news: Lincoln Hills School for Boys, Wisconsin Department of Corrections. (12/11/2015)
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