You know the good friend of Scott Walkers, who was advising anyone and everyone to destroy any evidence that would make Scott Walker look bad after the O'Donnell Park Accident.
Remember that when Gilkes was Walker's Chief of Staff, he had lobbyists contacting him via his consultancy group's email address instead of through official channels. It would seem that there were trying to circumvent the open records laws in order to put the strong arm on people and companies wanting things from the Governor, such as Gogebic Taconite.
Gilkes also went on with the claim that the large amount of contact between the campaign and the county staff was just routine type of stuff.
For some reason, I don't see the advocacy of destruction of legal documents as being routine:
Gilkes, in an email written the day of the accident, advised Walker's county staff to "make sure there is not a piece of paper anywhere that details any problem at all." News organizations and lawyers representing victims and others filed numerous open record requests after the O'Donnell Park accident for inspection reports and other documents on its construction.Then again, maybe destruction of documents is normal...for Republicans. I wonder how much they spend on paper shredders each year.
It should be noted that Gilkes was recently engaged, so that might give him some incentive to stay out of prison.
The same Keith Gilkes who recently walked out of a press conference so he did not have to incriminate himself!
Sorry Keith you have not been very good this, and Santa has been watching!
Now that we know who our friend Keith Gilkes is - Caption Away!
Peace, Love and Joy to all - unless you have documents that make Scott Walker look bad then destroy them!