If it was a prank, it wouldn't be the first time the politician has been targeted in such a way. The incident drew national attention, prompting federal investigations to examine Clarke's conduct. ClarkeF. Home Snopes.
Clarke provided footnotes to sources that he used, but did not properly place quotations around verbatim words of his sources, which is an act of plagiarism according to the NPS. As sheriff, Clarke frequently clashed with other Milwaukee County officials over the budget and other matters, and came under scrutiny for deaths and alleged mistreatment of jail inmates.
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The suit contends that the jail has a blanket policy of shackling all hospitalized inmates, "regardless of their criminal or medical history," and that at least 40 women were shackled in this manner. The incident drew national attention, prompting federal investigations to examine Clarke's conduct.
The man had asked Clarke about his football team preference and shook his head at Clarke. Later that month, Clarke appeared on the CNN program Piers Morgan Live , with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett , who "said it was irresponsible of Clarke to 'basically imply' that it won't help citizens to call when they need help.