Documents used in John Doe investigation of Walker aide released

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by Chris Patterson

MILWAUKEE -- More than 27,000 pages of e-mails and documents used in the John Doe investigation into Kelly Rindfleisch have been released. Rindfleisch, a woman who worked for Scott Walker while he was Milwaukee County Executive.

Members of the CBS 58 News Team are pouring through these documents, and our reporters are working to get reaction from Governor Scott Walker's office.

Governor Scott Walker was never charged with a crime as a result of this John Doe investigation. He says he's not concerned about the e-mail release. 

The Governor says he remains focused on job creation and doesn't want to get caught up in something that's already done. He's also not worried about what "could" be in the e-mails.

The e-mails and documents were released in two PDF files. You can download then from the links below:

Rindfleisch documents PART ONE

Rindfleisch documents PART TWO

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