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Knowing him, he sent it to himself. "Suspicious" indeed. What did it have, a fuse hanging out the side of the package?
Hope they catch the person/group that is reponsible for felonious act. Joe is dling a great job of enforcing the law in spite of the Obam Administration and open border lobbyists.
@capsule2: You know him.....I mean you know him personally....or do you base your opinion off of the information that you get from Left-Leaning Liberal rags that pass as the media??? You don't know the man, so keep your opinions to yourself.....
Nobody deserves to be physically threatened or attacked, and I also hope they catch whoever did it. But, he is NOT doing a great job. He is a sociopath.
Right on Spiker1. I do know the man a little from my 10 years in AZ and he did a lot of charity work for an organization I was involved with. He has a simple philosopy, enforce the law. If it is good enough for our troops, it's good enough for our criminals. Libs and criminals don't seem to like that approach.
You may not like Sherrif Joe if you aid, abbett or sympathize with fraudulently documented foreigners.
Good to see the liberals are staying peaceful.
The Criminal Investigation Against Arpaio Began Under Bush: When he is not touting discredited claims that President Obama’s birth certificate is fake, Arpaio likes to dismiss the Obama Administration’s charges against him as “a political witch hunt.” Unfortunately for Arpaio, DOJ’s criminal investigation against him began under George W. Bush.
capsule2, I agree with you. In 1999 Arpaio staged an assassination plot against himself. James Saville, the alleged perpetrator, sat in jail four years awaiting trial only to be acquitted when the case went before a jury. Arpaio's detectives bought the bomb components themselves and tipped off a local television station so they could record the arrest. Arpaio used similar rhetoric in that case, "If they think they are going to scare me away with bombs and everything else, it's not going to bother me." That little stunt cost the taxpayers $1.6 million to settle the wrongful arrest.
Next time...make sure you put enough postage on the package.
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