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Kieran Clancy loved soccer. Like most club soccer players in Arizona, the 18-year-old had long hoped to land a college soccer scholarship. Clancy and his family had done all the right things. Since he was 10, he'd played with one of the most expen...
Lo and Behold: Another Jail Video Exists, and it Still Doesn't Show an Inmate's Death at the Hands of Joe Arpaio's Deputies11 years ago
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's attorney, Michelle Iafrate, has doled out still another installment of jail video footage to New Times, and again it doesn't show how an inmate wound up dead in the custody of sheriff's detention officers. It's the third ...
Scott Coles with his second wife, Ashley Scott Coles’ family will auction off the deceased millionaire’s fine art and memorabilia collection on December 16 -- at the same mansion where Coles took his life last June. Coles death shook t...
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Own Records Raise Serious Questions About Inmate Juan Mendoza Farias' Violent Death
Juan Mendoza Farias was handcuffed and alone in a jail cell when guards opened the hatch on his cell door and fired more than a dozen paintball-like pepper balls at him. Then they fired Taser electrical stun guns — more than a dozen times, b...
After We Call Him Out, Sheriff Joe Arpaio Surrenders Another Jail Video -- but it Still Doesn't Show How an Inmate Died at the Hands of Guards
By John Dickerson The sheriff gave New Times an additional video today of inmate Juan Mendoza Farias' short-but-fatal stint in jail, but the new video – like the previous one – stops before showing what a gang of jail guards did to Far...
Video Footage Finally Released From Joe Arpaio's Jail Stops Abruptly Before the Suspicious Death of an Inmate at the Hands of Guards
By John Dickerson Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s attorney has turned over part of a video of a jail inmate's death at the hands of county jailers. But the video, which New Times has been seeking for four months, stops about 10 minutes before the suspi...