Judge Diane Wood of the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago ordered the court clerk to make available to the public two attachments to a motion that the Wisconsin Club for Growth had wanted to seal.Last month 250 pages of documents in the case were unsealed and made available to the public, including the bombshell revelation that prosecutors in the case alleged Wisconsin Governor Scott (it's never my fault) Walker was at the center of a "criminal scheme" to circumvent state and federal laws.
Her order did not say when the records would be available or make clear what they contain. They appear to total 14 pages, according to online court records.
The order is the latest in a series of decisions that has caused immense secrecy around the probe to fall away.
The three-judge panel hearing the appeal has ordered briefs to be filed in the case through Oct. 2, meaning the case will likely remain an issue throughout Walker's re-election campaign. In November, he is expected to face Democrat Mary Burke, a former state commerce secretary and former Trek Bicycle Corp. executive.I can't wait to see what's inside of these.
Stay tuned and stock up on popcorn.