As Joe says, "if you don't like it here, don't come back."no, I'm not posting sources for Joe. in 92 Arpaio signed a notarized document, stating he would only serve one term as sheriff.google him and your knee deep in his it wasn't 'chain gangs', it was actual chain gangs. He's now in his fourth this high handed stuff revolves around his "peculiar" real estate dealings.In this memo, Miller states that the deputies did threaten to arrest Stern if he touched any of the records, and that he (Miller) held one of the records out in front of Stern, saying "take it", to create a pretense to arrest Stern.Miller also reported that the situation escalated into a standoff with the Phoenix Police, when they warned him not to attempt to arrest Stern. Walsh seems to have found his lifes work, I suggest we leave him alone to do it. if you have something that says it ain't so post it.The event, caught on video, shows guards smiling and laughing while Post is being injured. It was written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key during the shelling of Fort Mc Henry. so far I've heard at least three people who can actually sing it. and something that can be sung by modern man (or woman)got me there. guess its time to update the ol' profile.would I give you a difficult time? it is a grueling process just to get the nomination and i don't think that's where his heart lies.Because of his injuries, Post has lost much of the use of his bunch of guys, Joe and his boys. Ashe would make a fine president because he has accomplished so much in his work as the sheriff in Hampden County (western Mass). It officially became our National Anthem in the 1930's ...... given our incredible musical heritage, you would have thought that we could have come up with something more accessible and inspiring. guess its time to update the ol' profile.would I give you a difficult time? the president cannot be a "one issue" horse - there are almost as many issues as there are americans that a president must contend walsh do what he's been great at - he serves his country well in his current joe's a charmer.The deputies then threatened to simply arrest Stern on-the-spot.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...In the Crenshaw case, the attorney who represented the case before a jury alleged digital video evidence was destroyed.I fail to see what the problem is with "chain gangs" picking up trash along the hi-ways as opposed to them sitting in the air conditioned jails while tax payers hire contractors to pick up the same trash... That is a little off the wall, however, our troops are in the desert in 130 degrees tents with full packs and no a/c, and don't have the option to lay around in their underwear (tho not pink) to try to get cool. he's a piece of work and a credit to the law enforcement profession.Crenshaw suffered injuries that included a perforated intestine and a broken neck. Crenshaw's family filed a lawsuit against Arpaio and his office, which resulted in an award of million dollars.As in the Scott Norberg case, it was alleged that Arpaio's office destroyed evidence in the case.How very interesting, and so off track from the Op's thread that after reading it I seem to have lost track about what the thread was about. YEAH, I know what they were and don't act like I am stupid... I'm not about to spend half an hour researching sources for your convenience. I'm not sure what Philly cops have to do with this, but I don't remember myself defending PA cops.YOU need to cite your sources to back your claims, not say go google something as that sounds like your full of it... Philly cops are often rated as one of the most violent police forces in the country.think he can come up with a better national anthem? Richard Post was a paraplegic inmate arrested in 1996 for possession of marijuana and criminal trespass.Post was placed in a restraint chair by guards and his neck was broken in the process. and something that can be sung by modern man (or woman)he's a great advocate for many things but he's not presidential material...does he seem to want to run for president.Starting in March, 2008, Gordon spoke out, in a number of high-profile speeches, against racial profiling by Arpaio.On April 24, Arpaio's deputies issued a public-records request seeking the mayor's e-mails, cell phone records, and meeting calendar, as well as e-mail correspondence for Police Chief Jack Harris, City Manager Frank Fairbanks, and all of Gordon's administrative staff.