UP: Carolyn Kelly. Against the advice of her lawyers, the demoted Justice Department official lashes out at her boss, state Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen. She tells the Wisconsin State Journal she feels "betrayed" by Van Hollen's decision to demote her over transparently non-serious threats, saying, "This has been a witch hunt and a private vendetta." Such comments may not help Kelly's standing with Van Hollen, but shows she has one quality people look for in law enforcement officers: courage.
DOWN: Robert D'Angelo. The former Overture Center head is accused of rape by a woman who once sought his help finding a job. The woman, now 29, tells the State Journal that D'Angelo sexually assaulted her on two occasions, in 1998 and again two years later. She did not seek charges at the time, and the statute of limitations prevents them from being brought now. D'Angelo, 63, is currently serving a year in prison for tax evasion and for running a business using taxpayer resources. His attorney, Stephen Hurley, calls the woman's allegations "false and defamatory."