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Findings of Racial-Profiling, Civil-Rights Investigation Into Sheriff Arpaio's Office to be Announced by Feds

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The findings of a three-year probe into allegations of racial profiling and other civil rights allegations against Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office will be revealed this morning by the U.S. Justice Department.

The Civil Rights Division has run a wide-ranging investigation into the "patterns and practices" of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, looking at Arpaio's use of immigration sweeps and other heavy-handed tactics.

Thomas E. Perez, assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division, will announce the findings at a 10 a.m. news conference at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Phoenix.

We're headed there now -- you'll know what they say as soon we do.

Read the complete coverage:

Can Arpaio's "Culture of Bias" Be Fixed? DOJ Reform Plan Involves Training and New Policies

Sheriff Arpaio's Office Commits Worst Racial Profiling in U.S. History, Expert Concludes in DOJ Investigation

Can Arpaio's "Culture of Bias" Be Fixed? DOJ Plan Involves Training and New Policies

Paul Babeau Doesn't Trust DOJ Report on Joe Arpaio's Racial Profiling Practices; Says Timing Is to Distract From "Fast and Furious"

Click here to read the DOJ's report on its findings.

See our past coverage of the DOJ investigation of Arpaio.

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