We could learn a little more today about the first of two John Doe investigations which involved Governor Scott Walker.
The Milwaukee County executive's office will release 14 gigabytes of documents that were seized, involving activities in Walker's county executive office before he became governor. The release will include records and photos saved on county work computers. It's only a small part of the 500 gigabytes of data generated during an investigation that ended in 2013. Six Walker aides and associates were convicted of embezzlement and illegal campaign activities. Walker himself was not charged.