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He said it may go back to an argument they had when Kaminsky revamped the process for interviewing child sexual assault victims.
But following repeated alleged attacks on his staff and himself, Fink says now "the gloves come off."
He continued by indicating his prosecutors would not be signing stipulations with citizens as long as Fink would not make his deputies available and "those citations then that remain unresolved should simply be set for trial."
The resolution of the case was first questioned by a deputy who handled it, Fink said. He wanted to know why what he saw as a solid OWI arrest had been amended to the aircraft charge something the Wisconsin Department of Transportation did not have a program in place to log as a countable offense. The deputy's supervisor also questioned the resolution. They brought their concerns to Chief Deputy Strand, who in turn contacted Kaminsky about the Nike Grey Sweatpants Womens
Kaminsky notes in the document he and Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Mark Strand "have not seen eye to eye for some time, long before this case. His (Strand's) reaction (objection to the amended charge) is far out of proportion to the compromise of a driver's license revocation."
During one conversation, Fink said Kaminsky alleged the Sheriff's Office was questioning the OWI case because the son of one of its officers is considering a run for district attorney against Kaminsky. Kaminsky is up for re election later this year.
Fink said he has worked with five district attorneys prior to Kaminsky during his career and has had a solid working relationship with all of them. He blames Kaminsky for the poor relationship between the two entities.
Fink said Kaminsky's "manifesto" on the new website was the final straw and he objects to Kaminsky's proposal the Sheriff's Office's objection to the resolution of the case was somehow "politically motivated."
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"He (Kaminsky) has said the Sheriff's Office is basically an arm of The Reporter," Fink said in an interview Wednesday. "He said I don't have the guts to face him that I have used (former detective) Bill Flood and Strand as cover. Now the gloves come off."
On a new website about his office and his work, Kaminsky defends his resolution of an OWI charge with an eight page document criticizing the media's handling of a story about the case and the Sheriff's Office's questioning of the resolution.
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His proposal was based, Kaminsky said, on several complaints the Sheriff's Office had regarding his resolution of cases, including speeding tickets.
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that having an officer sign off on case resolutions, in effect "approve" all plea bargains, "is time consuming and in my mind blurs the separation of our offices constitutional and (statutory) mandates."
"They went back and forth and he (Kaminsky) says he doesn't trust the Sheriff's Department," Fink said.
"After a series of emails that we got from him (Kaminsky) here, it was clear he was angry we were questioning the resolution (of the case)," Fink said.
"He (Kaminsky) is basically threatening to grind the criminal justice system to a halt because we questioned the resolution of the airplane case," Fink said. "But pre trial conferences are not our job."
Two days after the March 4 publication of the story examining the OWI case, Kaminsky sarcastically congratulated Strand during a Fond du Lac County Law Enforcement Executives Association meeting for politically out maneuvering him, the sheriff said.
Sheriff says he's tired of DA attacking his staff
For three years Fond du Lac County Sheriff Mick Fink says he has held his tongue and tried to get along with Fond du Lac County District Attorney Dan Kaminsky.
"I do not think it is right he should criticize the way prosecutors handle cases and then not want to be involved in the process," Kaminsky told The Reporter on Wednesday.
Kaminsky responded on March 13 that he is "leery of resolving any sheriff's citations (lest he be) subject to Mr. Strand's continual efforts to involve the media, including misrepresenting the impact of these resolutions."
"I told him (Kaminsky) it (the case resolution) stinks; it smells bad," Fink said.
"It's hard to respond that the airplane case is somehow attached to the possibility that an employee's son may run for DA," Fink said. "The Sheriff's Office typically doesn't get involved in DA races; historically we haven't."Just six days after the exchange at the LEEA meeting, Fink said he received an email that has been obtained by The Reporter through an open records request from Kaminsky asking a sheriff's officer attend all pre trial conference settlement hearings on traffic cases and sign off on case resolution.
"Mark Strand has had some sort of personal problem with me since the day I took office," Kaminsky said.
"Presence of a sheriff's representative to give input and approve of resolutions will not only eliminate future complaints, it will educate both our offices in the process of the other," Kaminsky wrote.
The case involved Lawrence Schreiber, president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Wisconsin. The OWI charge was amended to operating an aircraft while intoxicated and was the subject of a front page story in The Reporter on March 4.
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