I urge you to click the link to Talking Points Memo toward the bottom of this article:http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/n ... 963f4.html
TPM prints a copy of Bradley's complaint, which is extremely disturbing and at the same time unsurprisingly representative of what people in situations of workplace abuse face every day. Roggensack and Gableman are typical apologists for their colleague's misbehavior, and Roggensack's comments now that she's running for re-election are what seems to have prompted Bradley to finally go public with her whole story.
Anybody who's still in denial about workplace harassment and threats is free to mount a big blustering aggressive defense, but the many who have been on the receiving end of these abuses know better. You don't have to be a woman to be the target, and as this case illustrates you don't have to be a low-level worker either.
Unfortunately nobody's in charge of the Supreme Court but the voters. I hope they see through Roggensack's attempts to smooth everything over and pretend nothing is wrong, because something is VERY wrong up there.