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"We expect our professors to criticize each other, to debate, to question authority...the actions themselves fall under the realm of educational employment in a university setting...the actions themselves, the actions of criticizing, debating, and questioning authority do serve a legitimate purpose...". [Zeke Wiedenfeld, Court Commissioner, Walworth County Circuit Court]

My name is Chris Henige. I have taught art history at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater since 2001.

The purpose of this site is to provide all of the documentation associated with my experiences at the university starting in 2012 and carrying through to the present day. I will be starting with the current and moving backward through time, and more materials will continue to appear on this site over time.

The documents, audio and commentary contained in this site are all a matter of public record.

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Exhibit 575 - Sep 28, 2017 - Open Meetings Law

Complaint Filed Regarding Open Meetings Law

On September 28, 2017, Henige filed a formal complaint with the Office of the District Attorney of Walworth County, alleging both violations of open meetings law and violation of statutes relative to felony extortion.

- These complaints have been under investigation for over nine months.

Exhibit 577 - Mar 7, 2018 - Discrimination

Contact Made with EEOC

Henige made initial contact with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging that the actions of the UWW and its agents constituted discrimination against Henige because he was a white male, citing the fact that numerous false allegations made by female complainants of violations of law were based on their belief that women are a "protected class", when it is "sex" that is the protected class. Every allegation against Henige relative to discrimination was dismissed, and these allegations were made simply to inflame the complaints and to force investigation of those complaints under penalty of law.

Exhibit 576 - May 1, 2018 - Felony Extortion

Complaint Filed with Federal Bureau of Investigation

On May 1, 2018, Henige sent materials regarding his case to the local field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, alleging that because Chancellor Kopper had mailed her directive explicitly excluding Henige from department meetings to his home address in New York State, and because she had threatened his income if he acted lawfully by attending those meetings, her action had extended across state lines and had become a federal issue.

Exhibit 579 - Perjury

Contact with the District Attorney

During discussions about the circumstances with the district attorney's office, they indicated to Henige that because the hearings were "authorized by statute" and because each witness swore an affirmation that they would be truthful, Wisconsin statutes regarding perjury may apply. They have asked Henige to prepare a formal complaint if he wishes to pursue complaints against the individuals involved.

- Henige is preparing the documentation of instances of clear perjury.

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