Louis Butler worked to put criminals on the street. Like Reuben Lee Mitchell, who raped an 11-year-old girl with learning disabilities. Butler found a loophole. Mitchell went on to rape another child.Now:
Justice Gableman denies the Advertisement states "that Louis Butler had any responsibility for or involvement in Mitchell's release from prison in 1992 or that any action by or work of Louis Butler had anything to do with Mitchell's commission of the subsequent criminal molestation referred to in the Advertisement."At the very least, the Advertisement most certainly does "state" that Louis Butler worked to put Reuben Lee Mitchell on the street. And the clear suggestion is that Butler's work did put Mitchell "on the street," which is where he committed the subsequent offense.
Gableman Answer* (.pdf; 13 pgs.).
* Short version: Justice Gableman denies violating the Wisconsin Supreme Court Rule and even if he did, the Rule itself is an unconstitutional abridgment of his freedom of speech.