Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Could Bob Dickey's News Dept. be Helping Eric Holder in Delaying Action Against Joe Arpaio JUST so President Obama Can Use Racism as Tool to Get Latino Vote?

Is Eric Holder's Office is Delaying Action Against Joe Arpaio so the issues of racism can be used in the Presidential Election?

Gannett is NOT writing about this.... WHY?

GOP Latinos WANT Joe Arpaio to Retire

 “We look forward to justice for Joe Arpaio, who has not yet been indicted or charged in this scandal, though clearly he is a central figure in this repugnant behavior,” 

“This ugly chapter in Arizona history will not be closed until Joe Arpaio is also held accountable for his utterly disgraceful conduct.”     a statement by Cafe Con Leche Republicans

Ex-prosecutors to Holder: Charge Arpaio or exonerate him
by Yvonne Wingett Sanchez - Apr. 16, 2012 04:22 PM
The Republic |

The Justice Department since 2009 has been investigating the actions of Arpaio, the three other former officials and others. The probe was described as ongoing late last year, but spokesmen with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the FBI have declined to comment on its status in recent weeks. Gordon said in an interview that it is time for the federal government to air the evidence it has gathered. "The harm continues, the cost to taxpayers continues," Gordon said. "It's time for a trial so that all the facts come out in fairness to everyone, including the sheriff."


The Evidence That Might Be Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Undoing
 (Image Credit: John Moore/Getty Images)

Nick R. Martin April 18, 2012, 5:30 AM 12971

….There are times when Sheriff Joe Arpaio has seemed untouchable. In his nearly 20 years in office, he has survived political challenges, court judgments and criminal investigations.

But a ruling filed last week by an arm of the Arizona Supreme Court could prove to be a road map to the Republican lawman’s undoing.

A three-person disciplinary panel of the state’s high court said there was enough evidence to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the sheriff and three of his closest allies participated in what the panel believes was federal crime in December 2009.
The alleged crime doesn’t stem from battles over immigration, pink underwear or any of the other things that have made Arpaio famous. Instead, it deals with a feud among local government officials in which the panel said the sheriff and his allies took things way too far…… for full article:

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