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Arpaio Blames Media for Underplaying Homicides While His Own Web Site Touts Conan O'Brien Show

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Yet the news release was sent only to a select few in the media -- New Times obtained it only by other means. Despite being under court order to post his news releases on his Web site when he sends them to his favored bunch, this information -- so important to Arpaio, supposedly -- is nowhere to be found on the site.

So what does Arpaio think is so important that it should be posted on his taxpayer-funded Web site for everyone to see? Scroll down to find out:


This is what Arpaio's site had on its home page as of about 6 p.m. See how the Conan thing is the featured piece of propaganda? If you then click to see the other media releases, this is all you get:




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Ray Stern has worked as a newspaper reporter in Arizona for more than two decades. He's won numerous awards for his reporting, including the Arizona Press Club's Don Bolles Award for Investigative Journalism.