DOJ urged employees to sign secrecy agreement same day tell-all book was released

The state Department of Justice urged employees to sign a secrecy agreement last month, according to a newspaper report, on the same day its former top criminal investigator released a tell-all book accusing Attorney General Brad Schimel of botching the response to alleged abuses at the state’s youth prison. >

Ed Wall: The real story behind my dismissal by Brad Schimel

Former Walker official Ed Wall writes in the Cap Times: “In 2016, Attorney General Brad Schimel decided his friend should head the Division of Criminal Investigation, circumventing the law and transforming the long-established nonpartisan position into a political appointee subject to the AG’s influence. This should concern all Wisconsin citizens and legislators.”

Ed Wall wants his book to affect the way you vote in November

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With Election Day just 72 days away, a former Scott Walker cabinet member is talking to News 3 about his tell-all book out this month. In his first TV interview about the book, Ed Walls sayst he wants his book to affect the way you vote in November. > Channel 3000

Former Corrections chief releases tell-all book ripping Walker, Schimel

Gov. Scott Walker’s former Corrections secretary Ed Wall on Friday released a tell-all book accusing the governor and state attorney general of deception and inaction in addressing abuse allegations at Wisconsin’s youth prison, billing itself as a “look behind the curtain” of Walker’s administration and Wall’s firing by Attorney General Brad Schimel. > Wisconsin State Journal