ABC 15 and star reporter Dave Biscobing have the scoop again on the civil trial in Pinal County regarding the 2005 wrongful death of diabetic mom Deborah Braillard, who was denied medical treatment while in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's gulags and later died because of that lack of treatment. Earlier this m ... More >>
courtesy of Dennis Gilman Sure, Hendershott's a scoundrel, but it's Arpaio that all inquiries should aim for Many of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's ex-aides and critics agree on one thing: Despite Deputy Chief Frank Munnell's recent memo portraying Arpaio as a hapless figurehead (a memo you can read, h ... More >>
from ABC NightlineSo Joe, how did the prostitute "accidentally" touch your officer, again?As I've been on deadline the last couple of days, I haven't been able to comment on Nightline's recent, two-pronged report on Sheriff Joe, the second part of which I enjoyed immensely. That segment dealt mostly ... More >>
courtesy of CNN Attorney Michael C. ManningMichael Manning, the lawyer who's made a mint suing Sheriff Joe Arpaio and other local miscreants, has decided not to run for Arizona Attorney General, after all.Turns out too many people are dependent on Manning's rainmaking skills for him to lea ... More >>
image by Jasmine HobeheidarCan the truth keep Napolitano from becoming a Supreme?Just how far can you go with a record of political mediocrity, an absence of conscience and a boatload of ambition? As ex-Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano continues to prove, very far indeed. The Homeland Security czar ... More >>
If Maricopa County supervisors wanted to go after Sheriff Joe Arpaio, they could. They could focus on his office's finances
Beaten, hanged, strangled, and ignored, these men and a woman lost their lives in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's custody
Corpses, a flesh-eating virus, the most-sued sheriff in America. Lawsuits against Joe Arpaio have cost us $41 million, so far
The comedic kestrel makes the Joe Show in Sun City West, shares a few Joe jokes of his own, and grills state Representative Russell Pearce about his links to white supremacists
This vigilant vulture crafts a Christmas card to Sheriff Joe, as the Pinal County Attorney's Office threatens to seek a felony indictment against New Times
Letters from the week of January 6, 2005
Steely County Attorney Rick Romley's going, but he's not gone. He'd like to take the governor's office from Janet Napolitano
Arpaio's ditsy chief flack Lisa Allen MacPherson tells us to take her boss to court, so . . .
Letters from the week of July 22, 2004
County lawmen boffing hookers isn't Sheriff Joe's only problem. Fed up with his thuggery, Arpaio's own political party has targeted him for defeat
There are a couple of reasons Janet Napolitano won't be on John Kerry's ticket
Letters from the week of November 28, 2002
Did Eric Vogel die because of another beating in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail?
If Joe Arpaio runs for governor, he'll win if people forget he's a madman
The short life and times of Johnny Jardine, Part 2
Tweaker inmate who died at the hands of jailers was also a loving son
In an apparent repeat of its behavior in the Norberg case, the sheriff's office withheld key evidence from litigant
From the week of January 28, 1999
Norberg family accepts hefty settlement in jail suit. Are similar payouts in Arpaio's future?
Sheriff's office reluctantly turns over drug report on dead inmate
The Justice Department investigates the county sheriff's officeagain
Mother of infants arrested on abuse charges; Avondale police conspicuously absent from news conference
Lawyer for dead inmate's kin accuses county of "intentional destruction" of key evidence
The sheriff's not talking, but records reveal that taxpayers are spending big bucks to defend controversial jail operations
International group urges immediate stop to Arpaio jail practices
Sheriff's summary of probe into inmate's death omits alarming details
Two inmates commit suicide in the space of a week; feds had warned Arpaio of unsafe "overhanging structures"