3 days ago | Arpaio
The words of Sheriff Joe's Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan came back to sink their shark-like teeth in his hindquarters Friday in federal Judge G. Murray Snow's courtroom, where Snow again indicated that the authority of his court had been abrogated b...
5 days ago | Arpaio
It ain't just Sheriff Joe's poll numbers that have dropped like a hot rock on thin ice. Arpaio's much ballyhooed posse has taken a hit numbers-wise as well, according to the court-appointed monitor's latest quarterly report. Arpaio uses his posse ...
10 days ago | Arpaio
Though not quite the "raid" that some local media depicted it as, Friday's events were nonetheless dramatic, with United States District Court Judge G. Murray Snow calling an "emergency meeting" for 3 p.m. at the request of his monitor Robert Wars...
Chris Simcox Wants to Cross-Examine Little Girls Whom He's Suspected of Molesting; Will the Courts Let Him?12 days ago | Crime
Former Minuteman and accused child molester Chris Simcox wants you to feel sorry for him, even as he strives to interrogate his alleged child victims in court. In a recent jailhouse interview with the Arizona Republic, Simcox, 54, rationalized his...
Snow Allows DOJ to Review Montgomery Docs, Denies Stay Request, Sets Dates for Further Contempt Hearings14 days ago | Arpaio
During an hour-long status conference Monday in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's never-ending contempt case, federal Judge G. Murray Snow granted a request by the U.S. Department of Justice to review documents from Arpaio's confidential informant Dennis Montg...
18 days ago | Arpaio
Once again, the U.S. Department of Justice has disappointed us when it comes to Sheriff Joe Arpaio's abuses of power, this time with a Neville Chamberlain-esque settlement that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved on Wednesday. The bo...