Obama Is Going To Sue Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Discussion in 'Politics' started by pspr, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. pspr


    Another opportunity for the courts to show that Obama is an idiot.

    (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Tuesday said it was preparing to sue Arizona county sheriff Joe Arpaio and his department for violating civil rights laws by improperly targeting Latinos in a bid to crack down on illegal immigrants.

    The sheriff's high-profile crackdown on illegal immigrants has helped thrust the issue onto the national political stage with some states passing tough new laws aimed at pushing out those in the country illegally.

    The administration's Justice Department and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office have been in settlement talks for months over allegations that officers regularly made unlawful stops and arrests of Latinos, used excessive force against them and failed to adequately protect the Hispanic community.

    Those negotiations have broken down because of a fight over the Justice Department's demand that an independent monitor be appointed by a federal court to oversee compliance with the settlement, which has now reached 128 pages in draft form, according to the Obama administration.

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  3. 377OHMS


    Sheriff Joe is kicking Obama's ass in the court of public opinion.

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office should countersue the Obama adminstration.
  4. achilles28


    Sheriff Arpaio's cold case posse determined Obama's digital birth certificate and draft card is a forgery. Yes, that's right. A FORGERY. Nobody in media will even cover it, or discuss the facts of the case.
  5. pspr


    The Sheriff says he has more information. I guess he will decide to release it at the appropriate time.
  6. achilles28


    Yes, he does. What they've released is damning already. The notarization stamp on the birth certificate was a copy and paste job. And identical letters have identical "splash marks" from the ink type writer used to "type" the document. That's impossible, because with those old school, ink-tape type writers, the typing of each key creates a unique splatter mark on the paper (different force used to punch the key, different part of the tape hit, unique physics to each splatter). So for every "A", each splatter mark is identical. For every "B", each splatter mark is identical. That's impossible..