BUT I THOUGHT HE WAS A RACIST?: Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to send armed volunteers to protect black churches. Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio will send armed volunteers into 60 predominantly black churches Sunday in response to the shooting at a Charleston, S.C., church. Arpaio said he was responding to a request from Rev. […]
Sheriff Joe Arpaio is dispatching armed posse members to "guard" black churches in the Phoenix area. Call me cynical, but something about this makes my skin crawl. There's the whole issue of armed guards in churches, for one thing. That's...Show More Summary
Joe Arpaio, the Maricopa County sheriff infamous for racial profiling, is sending an armed posse of volunteers into black churches for the nominal purpose of protection. Many are not pleased. THE FOX GAURDS THE HENHOUSE. Bad idea! Arizona’s Sheriff Joe Arpaio to send armed volunteers to protect...
The same guy who was found by a federal judge to be violating the civil rights of minorities is now trying to protect them. With guns.
Pass the popcorn That's "cases" with an "s," as in plural, as in more than one. This week Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio celebrated his 83rd birthday, so we might pause a moment and light an Old Yankee candle that smells like 113-degree Tent City sweat. Show More Summary
Tomorrow morning, when black congregations will once again gather for what will surely be emotional church services, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (who has a racist past of his own) has announced how he plans to protect those churches in his part of Arizona.He's going to "send armed volunteer posse members" to those churches.
On Tuesday Abdul Malik Kareem was arrested in Arizona for his connection to the Garland, Texas terrorist attack on the... The post ARIZONA JIHADIST Indicted on Terrorism Charges – Once Sued Sheriff Joe Arpaio Over Prison Conditions appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
A federal judge gave the U.S. Justice Department a partial victory on Monday in its lawsuit against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio that alleges sweeping civil rights violations. In a written ruling, U.S. District Judge Roslyn Silver let stand the findings of another federal judge in a separate 2007...
The last time we checked in on Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, he was having a terrible horrible no-good very bad day: He was facing a contempt of court charge for ignoring federal court orders telling him to stop racial profiling,...Show More Summary
So much for the right-wing and all that talk about fiscal responsibility and pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps. Arizona's wingnut Sheriff Joe Arpaio has managed to rack up a huge amount of legal fees and he would like his supporters to come help him out. Sheriff Joe Arpaio Is Racking Up Legal Bills. Show More Summary
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is asking supporters to pay for the cost of his ongoing legal battles, the Los Angeles Times reported. “In some instances I have to personally pay for attorneys to represent me in these cases,” Arpaio said in an email to fans late last week. “I...
"I do not have the personal wealth or the wherewithal to keep up with the costly demands of paying for attorneys to defend me,” Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. The post Anti-Immigrant Sheriff Wants Public To Help Him Pay To Defend His Racial Profiling Policies appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s policies — and the lawsuits resulting from them — are beginning to defeat him at last. It seems that he’s having to pay for some of the cases out of pocket — and he can’t afford them. Now he’s begging supporters to offer their funds to keep him going. Show More Summary
Racial profiling doesn't pay - at least not for the taxpayers of Maricopa County, Ariz. who are going to have pay almost $45 million in legal costs associated with Sheriff Joe Arpaio's 7-year-long racial profiling case.
"Sheriff Joe" has terrorized the citizens of Maricopa County, AZ, for years — but maybe not for much longer....
Investigate the federal judge’s wife? Pretty much the sort of stunt you’d expect from Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio [Arizona Republic, Phoenix New Times, ABA Journal, our coverage of Arpaio over the years] “State ‘Competitor Veto’...Show More Summary
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio A federal appeals court panel Monday was not impressed with a legal challenge to President Obama's 2014 immigration actions brought by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio last November. Lindsay Dunsmuir has the details: Two of the three judges weighing the case at the U.S. Show More Summary
The $10 million man Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has cost the people of his county nearly $45 million in lawsuits that were filed by victims whose civil rights were violated—people who were unfairly harassed, illegally detained or arrested, tortured or even killed. Show More Summary
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s lawsuit against Obama administration immigration policies met a chilly reception Monday at a federal appeals court, which appeared unlikely to revive the case.
WASHINGTON -- The lawyer representing Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio told judges on Monday that the courts needed to step up and block President Barack Obama from overstepping his authority on immigration. If they didn't, conservative lawyer Larry Klayman told a three-judge panel at the U.S. Show More Summary