Justice Department & Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ), also referred to as the Justice Department, is the United States federal executive department responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice, equivalent to the justice or interior ministries of other countries. Joseph M. Joe Arpaio (born June 14, 1932) is the elected sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona. First voted into office in 1992, Arpaio is responsible for law enforcement in Maricopa County./5
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White House has already prepared Joe Arpaio pardon via Justice Department. Yes, he will pardon a White Supremacist Sheriff.
A potential pardon for former Sheriff Joe Arpaio is not on the Justice Department's plate
Federal government to pursue criminal-contempt charge against Sheriff Joe Arpaio; he vows to fight
Justice Department will pursue criminal case against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Justice Department charging Sheriff Joe Arpaio with criminal contempt
Azcentral - Justice Department to decide on Sheriff Joe Arpaio criminal contempt charges
Politics of race hidden behind the Tom Perez confirmation fight By Juan Williams Politico (June 3, 2013) Thomas Perez continues to be denied Senate confirmation as President Obama's labor secretary. Republicans paint Perez, the lone Hispanic nominee to the cabinet, as a partisan who pursued a racial agenda as the former head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the GOP's leading Hispanic voice, has called Perez a "disastrous" choice for the cabinet. Yet during the 2012 national election, Perez mounted a record number of cases aimed at halting racial bias in voting. He specifically filed a case to halt a redistricting effort in Texas that federal judges ruled damaging to Latino voters. Perez also pursued an "unlawful discrimination" case against Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the lawman famous for his crackdown on mostly Hispanic illegal immigrants. Hector Sanchez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, charges that efforts to block Perez from becoming ...
11/10/12 1. Buddhism and ecology both refuse to separate the human and natural worlds – and demand that we act accordingly: As it became apparent Tuesday that Sheriff Joe Arpaio was going to secure a sixth term in office, he was his usual brash self, taunting the media and promising to run again in four years. Then, surprisingly, he did something he doesn’t often do. He made a peace offering to his most ardent critics. He said he hoped to repair relations with a Latino community angered by his hard-line policy of arresting undocumented immigrants, his frequent criticisms of Hispanic advocacy groups and allegations by the U.S. Justice Department that his agency engaged in racial profiling. azcentral 3. Maryland's DNA law, which allows police to take samples of suspects' genetic material for possible matches to other crimes, will be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court next year, the justices announced Friday. The law, a signature crime-fighting initiative of Gov. Martin O'Malley, was ruled unconstitution ...
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Phoenix-based department repeatedly arrested Latinos illegally, abused them in the county jails and failed to investigate hundreds of sexual assaults, the Justice Department...
U.S. Justice Department sues controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona for alleged civil rights violations against Latinos. Is he fighting for his career?
ray13666 Our Government is becoming intolerably intrusive and this must stop, somehow, some way it MUST stop. Protesting and sending letters does not seem to do anything as I have been doing that for almost 3 years now and another course of action must be followed by all of us. Jpcec04 Ray, I couldn’t agree more. I have thought about this very subject many times and have come up with no plausible fix. Since the 1960s Americans have been slowly, and I believe naively, relegating more of their freedom to the government in exchange for a piece of perceived security. We have a President that is legislating from the oval office, a Congress that refuses to do it’s appointed job, a justice department that is totally out of control, and far too much politics in the Judicial branch. To make this even more bizarre the one man who openly upholds the immigration laws in his state, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, is eing sued by the justice department for doing the job they should be taking care of. This mess is what we can ...
Obama & his Tin-badge Justice Department hate this man passionately--BECAUSE HE TELLS THE TRUTH. Sheriff Joe Arpaio is a true American Hero.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio in trouble with the Justice Department for his crack down on illegal immigration
Obama cannot support anyone that is performing the job they swore to perform. Now, Barack Obama and his Justice Department are spending millions of YOUR taxpayer dollars to defeat and destroy Sheriff Joe Arpaio because of his tough stance on illegal immigration. Left-wing billionaire George Soros has joined the fray by pledging $10 million to defeat this dedicated law-enforcement officer. Even the radical ACLU has joined the attacks against America’s Toughest Sheriff and has called defeating Sheriff Joe their “top priority.” Sad, so sad that we have a president dedicated on destroying America.
Judge picked for civil rights suit against Arpaio, Lawsuit filed by the Justice Department alleges that Sheriff Joe Arpaio's deputies racially profile Latinos.
In Arizona, U.S. tackles ‘Toughest Sheriff’ over alleged civil rights violations By Sari Horwitz, Thursday, May 10,10:10 PM It’s been a classic Old West showdown: the self-acclaimed “America’s Toughest Sheriff” vs. the Feds. For years, the Justice Department has investigated Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona. In December, the department accused Arpaio of violating the civil rights of Hispanics since at least 2006 by unlawfully stopping, detaining and arresting them. Then, for months, Justice officials tried to negotiate a settlement aimed at correcting the violations. When negotiations fell through, the department threatened to sue. Through it all, Arpaio, known for forcing inmates to dress in pink underwear and work on chain gangs, remained defiant: “I absolutely refuse to surrender my responsibility to the federal government,” the sheriff said in April. “This will not happen on my watch.” The standoff came to a head Thursday when the Justice Department announced that it had sued Arpaio, ...
Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department is suing Arizona border Sheriff Joe Arpaio for enforcing federal immigration laws against illegal aliens. I think the Congress should charge Holder with obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
Hilarious! News report: "The U.S. Justice Department has been seeking an agreement requiring Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office to train officers in how to make constitutional traffic stops." Can you imagine? The feds wanting to require Arizona to take training to help us follow the Constitution. Kinda like Bill Clinton asking his male staff members to take training in dealing with female assistants.
They're not going after him for release of false info on BO..Justice Department to Sue Sheriff Joe Arpaio via
If we got Ron Paul for President, could we get Judge Andrew Napolitano on Supreme Court or Sheriff Joe Arpaio heading Justice Department?
Pressure mounts for the Justice Department to act on Sheriff Joe Arpaio's alleged crimes:
Ex-US Attorney Paul Charlton says the Justice Department should charge Sheriff Joe Arpaio now or forget it:
Latino leaders in Arizona don't have much faith in the Justice Department's probe of Sheriff Joe Arpaio:
Some of the very people the Justice Department claims to speak for in their civil rights probe of Sheriff Joe Arpaio say they have little faith the federal government will come through for them. Not even a massive lawsuit, they say, will ease their skepticism.
Feds head toward lawsuit vs. Sheriff Joe Arpaio, The lead attorney in the U.S. Justice Department's efforts to resolve a civil-rights complaint with Sheriff Joe Arpaio has cut off verbal communication with Arpaio's attorney, saying the entire affair is best left for the courts to decide.
The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday there is substantial evidence Texas' voter identification law will discriminate against minorities.
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