More Leftist Violence: Senator’s Property Vandalized & Cyber-Stalker Threatens Blogger Ann Althouse


Wisconsin State Senator Dan Kapanke (R-La Crosse). WTAQ

Violent leftists vandalized a Wisconsin State Senator’s property following the union vote last week.
JS Online reported:

The office of Sen. Dan Kapanke (R-La Crosse) said the senator has been subjected to damage of personal property and has received threatening statements in the wake of mass protests in recent weeks over Gov. Scott Walker’s budget-repair bill.

Kapanke have been unavailable, but an aide to Kapanke says that windows on Kapanke’s car were broken in Madison and the senator’s wife found nails strewn on the driveway of their home.

According to Rose Smyrski of Kapanke’s staff:

Nails were scattered on his driveway twice last week. The incidents were reported to the La Crosse Police Department.

Also, Kapanke’s’s windshield was damaged on March 9 after the Senate voted on the budget-repair bill. Kapanke was advised by Capitol police he would not be able to reach his car parked on the Capitol Square because of protesters. A state trooper moved the car, and when Kapanke went to his car a short time later, he found a hole in the windshield. He drove home to La Crosse. He reported the damage on Wednesday to Capitol police.

That’s not all…
Blogger Ann Althouse and her husband received a death threat today for their spin on the Madison protests.

Robert Stacy McCain has more on the leftist cyber-stalker who threatened Althouse.

The Underground Conservative found this:

Thug cyber-stalker Jim Shankman and his girlfriend Anna Louise Ogden-Nussbaum. Shankman lives in a commune.

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