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John Doe investigation ends

6 Walker aides, associates were convicted

1:19 PM, Mar. 2, 2013
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks on Friday after the announcement that a secret investigation into his former aides and associates was closed without any charges coming against himself.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks on Friday after the announcement that a secret investigation into his former aides and associates was closed without any charges coming against himself.
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A criminal investigation that ensnared six former aides and associates of Gov. Scott Walker has ended, the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office announced Friday, lifting a shadow that had hung over the Republican for nearly three years.

The closure of the investigation comes as good news for Walker's political future, observers said Friday. He's expected to seek re-election in 2014 and is mentioned as a potential GOP presidential contender in 2016.

District Attorney John Chisholm said the secret John Doe probe failed to uncover sufficient evidence of additional wrongdoing ...

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