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Arrest him! We have no room for liars and false police reports. I will not change how I feel, the left is getting unhinged and the violence against the Wisconsin Senator’s Son.
From the MJS
Victim recants story of alleged attack for being gay Republican
After the alleged victim recanted Monday, police are dismissing an allegation that a volunteer for a GOP congressional campaign was beaten for being a gay Republican.
Shortly before that Monday, the conservative website Media Trackers retracted a story that alleged that days before the attack the recanting victim had received threatening text messages from the husband of openly gay Democratic candidate for Congress Mark Pocan of Madison. The conservative website never checked with the Pocan campaign before running with the story.
Tamara Packard, an attorney for Philip Frank, Pocan's husband, said Monday that her client had not sent any such text messages, didn't know the victim and was considering a libel lawsuit.
The victim was not identified by Madison police but conservative media such as Media Trackers, the Daily Caller, Wisconsin Reporter, and Christian Schneider, a conservative blogger for the opinion section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel all identified him as Kyle Wood, a volunteer for the campaign of Chad Lee, Pocan's Republican challenger.
The Madison police late Monday updated an earlier report they had released last week describing Wood's original allegation.
"In an interview this afternoon with Madison Police detectives, the victim in this case recanted his earlier statements in regards to this crime. This crime, alleged to have occurred on High Street in the South Police District, will be cleared as 'Unfounded' for case reporting purposes," the police statement read. "Once follow up investigation is completed, MPD's case file will be reviewed with the Dane County district attorney's office."