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Babeu Revealed

BABEU REVEALED

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu -- who became the face of Arizona border security nationally after he started stridently opposing illegal immigration -- threatened his Mexican ex-lover with deportation when the man refused to promise never to disclose their years-long relationship, the former boyfriend and his lawyer tell New Times. Take a look at our full coverage and the fallout that ensued following the revelation.

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  1. Paul Babeu Clowned By Jay Leno on The Tonight Show
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  2. Paul Gosar Upset With Paul Babeu (Over Press Conferences and Collectible Coins)
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  3. Paul Babeu Supports Gay Marriage and Gays in the Military
    Feathered Bastard
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  4. Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu's Ex-Boyfriend Speaks to CNN
    Valley Fever
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  5. Paul Babeu, the Suddenly Openly Gay Pinal County Sheriff, Vows to Continue Congressional Run, Serve Out Remaining Term as Sheriff
    Valley Fever
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  6. Sheriff Paul Babeu Responds to New Times Article
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  7. Paul Babeu's Mexican Ex-Lover Says Sheriff's Attorney Threatened Him With Deportation
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