Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley has decided to have her say.
She's been publicly silent since the incident on June 13, 2011, in which fellow Justice David Prosser allegedly put his hands around her neck during a heated exchange in the presence of other justices in her judicial chambers. The justices were ostensibly arguing about the court's decision upholding Gov. Scott Walker's anti-public employee union legislation.
But in a document filed Wednesday, in which she recused herself from the judicial misconduct case brought against Prosser as a result of the altercation, Bradley offered details about what she called "a history of abusive behavior in our workplace that has escalated from tantrums and rages, to threats, and now to physical contact."
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