Michael M. Bell’s new complaint to the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) focuses in part on statements that the Kenosha County District Attorney, Michael Graveley, made in 2017 about potential evidence in the police shooting death of Bell’s adult son, Michael E. Bell.
The elder Bell’s letter to the DOJ follows a grievance that an investigator working with Bell has filed with the state Office of Lawyer Regulation (OLR), charging Graveley with professional misconduct.
This is not about me, this is about your workers—who you don't treat with enough respect or dignity.
Start by acknowledging the inadequate working conditions you've created for ALL your workers, then fix that for everyone & finally, let them unionize without interference. https://t.co/tdIns0AR66
— Rep. Mark Pocan (@repmarkpocan) April 3, 2021
Bandera was a leader in the far-right Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and a Nazi collaborator. In 1941, when Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union, OUN declared independent Ukrainian statehood and pledged loyalty to Adolf Hitler. Badera also participated in the massacres of Polish and Jewish people in Ukraine.
Shukhevych was a leader in a German auxiliary battalion and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, which massacred thousands of Jews and tens of thousands of Poles.
Konovalets was an early leader of the nationalist OUN and was assassinated before the beginning of the war.
Petliura was Supreme Commander of the Ukrainian Army and the President of the Ukrainian People’s Republic after the collapse of the Russian empire in 1917. Under his leadership, between 35,000 and 50,000 Jews were killed in violent pogroms.