In the Strib article reporting on the presser yesterday by Michael Brodkorb's lawyers, there's this:
Brodkorb is holding out the possibility that he could separately sue Republican Sens. Geoff Michel, David Hann and Chris Gerlach, as well as former Senate chief of staff Cullen Sheehan and Senate committee administrator Aaron Cocking. All were said to have knowledge of Brodkorb's relationship with Koch or were involved in the events surrounding his dismissal.
Many of you recall this photograph from the press conference where Amy Koch was awarded her Scarlet Letter:
Gerlach? Here. Michel? Here. Hann? Here.
Senjem? . . . Senjem? . . . Senjem?
Why was he there? And why is he so conspicuously absent from the lawyers' list of miscreants?
Could it be perhaps because he's the Majority Leader now and might help craft a settlement if Brodkorb doesn't alienate him?