We sees protesters entering through a Democratic legislator's office window. There are incendiary speeches through a bullhorn outdoors. Then, Meade finds an open door and videos the scene inside, including the confusion of the state troopers. Toward the end, you can overhear his side of a phone conversation with me.
0:15 — See the open window near the Wisconsin Ave. entrance to the Capitol. Then the window is closed, supposedly to protect the Democratic legislator whose office is on the other side. We hear someone say "What's to lose anymore, man?" And somebody else says "What's up with that shit?" [ADDED THE NEXT MORNING: As I've blogged here, that is the window of the office of Cory Mason, a Democrat of Racine. Before "What's to lose anymore, man?" and "What's up with that shit?," you can hear someone say, "They don't want to get this representative in trouble." He then responds: "They let a few in but they said..." It's garbled at that point. Maybe you can make it out.]
1:08 — You hear Meade saying that he saw people going through the window, before it was closed, chanting "Our house, our house..."
1:55 — Speeches, outdoors. "It's called the Industrial Workers of the World... At times like this, they tend to rise up, and help us accomplish our goals."
2:14 — "When I say Walker, you say douchebag. Walker." "Douchebag." "Walker." "Douchebag."
2:50 — "You can't recall Walker. You have to force him to resign... Strike... We're going to shut down state government... A series of mass strikes, otherwise it's over... Blockade government buildings... We have to make Madison a shining example to the world... General strike..."
5:33 — "Do whatever is necessary. Because we will win."
7:37 — Meade finds the open door. Chanting: "Our house. Our house. Our house."
8:23 —3 state troopers, seemingly overwhelmed. One says "I'm good." Somebody says "I have an appointment with the Governor. My name is Cocksucker." You overhear Meade describing things over the phone with me. "The troopers are way outnumbered."