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PHOENIX -- Lawyers in Arizona for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and attorneys from the U.S. Justice Department plan to meet for the first time Monday to try to resolve federal accusations of civil rights violations against the local law enforcement department.
WASHINGTON — The Bush administration's Justice Department's actions were inappropriately political, but not criminal, when it fired a U.S. attorney in 2006, prosecutors said Wednesday in closing a two-year investigation without filing charges.
Is there a cover-up at the Department of Justice?
With a 6-3 vote, the majority of council members supported Councilman DiCiccio’s proposed alternative redistricting map.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed its lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the sheriff’s department and Maricopa County on Thursday, May 10, in Los Angeles.
Regarding that "scathing" Department of Justice report being used as a club against Sheriff Arpaio, isn't this the Department of Justice, under Eric Holder, who attacked SB1070 before he had even read the bill?
“Can anyone explain to me why our laws are interpreted in such a manner as to benefit everyone except tax-paying citizens of this country?”
In response to Ron Weitbrecht's letter "The truth behind voter intimidation case," I looked further into his statement that the Black Panther case was dismissed on Jan. 7, 2009. What I learned was that career attorneys in the Justice Department's Voting Rights Section decided as early as Dec. 22, 2008, to seek charges in the New Black Panther Party case.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has pledged its cooperation in an ongoing Title VI investigation by the Department of Justice involving allegations of civil rights and racial profiling by the sheriff’s office during crime sweeps, according to a letter from the its attorney.
When it rains, it pours. The combined weight of the three growing Obama administration scandals is weighing down the White House and overwhelming their ability to control the story or advance their agenda.
Today we read about thousands of Hispanics not showing up to work in Alabama nor allowing their children to attend school in an apparent protest over that states tough illegal immigration law (HB 56). It is estimated that most of those who participated in this protest were in fact “Illegal Immigrants”. We also heard today that the Obama Administration have announced their plan to suspend the deportation orders of 300,000 illegal aliens that have already been issued by a U.S. court of law. In addition to being allowed to stay in the country, each of these 300,000 illegal aliens will also be eligible for temporary work visas. All of this is happening in an atmosphere where we have over 14 million unemployed American citizens (21 million if you count the long term chronic unemployed). Alabama has seen a 480% increase in illegal immigrants between 2000 and 2010. Officials in Alabama estimate that as many as 160,000 illegal immigrants have moved into the state and that their presence has cost Alabama more than $300 million/year. Even worse, their presence in the work place has taken jobs away from U.S. citizens in Alabama. Alabama officials report that since enacting HB 56 a large number of illegal’s have left the state thus opening up jobs for American Citizens. They contend that the law is having its intended affect. However, the DOJ and other groups have filed a suit attempting to stop and remove HB 56. It would appear that Obama is more interested in securing the Hispanic Vote than allowing American Citizens to find jobs. The DOJ has sued Arizona and has started suit against South Carolina who has passed a similar law to Alabama. I think it’s clear where Obama’s loyalties lie and they are not with the American Citizens in Alabama, South Carolina and Arizona.
Federal authorities sued America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff Thursday, a rare step after months of negotiations failed to yield an agreement to settle allegations that his department racially profiled Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's anti-illegal immigration patrols took center stage Thursday in federal court as a group of Latinos set out to prove that his deputies racially profiled them as part of a systemic policy of discrimination.
“What the heck has happened to ‘Los Suns’? They have become ‘Los Losers’ week after week since they came back. Some of these guys are getting old enough to qualify for one of those Medicare paid-for electric scooters. Maybe an oxygen station benchside might help. Remember what Steve Nash said when the lockout ended: ‘This is a playoff team.’ Well it’s sure looking like a ‘Kiss-Off Team’ right now.”
In response to the letter by Susan Leeper, “Corruption exposed,” Friday, July 16: A few glaring omissions must be filled before we begin accusing “the lazy, liberal, national media” of not reporting or the attorney general for not prosecuting the New Black Panther Party for alleged crimes committed in Philadelphia in November of 2008. Once the holes are filled, the reader may want to take the road to a different perspective.
“House Republicans have had their ninth hearing on the supposed cover up of the Benghazi attack which resulted in no new information. The only cover up I can see is the fact that the GOP voted last year to cut U.S. Embassy security funding by $300 million dollars but refuse to take personal responsibility for their actions.”
The 2008 presidential election was supposed to usher in a utopian post-racial America where race no longer has a seat at the table of national affairs; A place where once for all, Americans would have equal justice under the law. But, I guess we'll have to wait.
WASHINGTON - New rules on FBI investigations of national security cases should be delayed, top Senate Judiciary Committee members said Monday, raising concerns that ethnic or racial groups could be targeted despite no evidence of wrongdoing.
In an attempt to alleviate rampant voter fraud discovered in previous elections, the state of Texas passed a new voter ID law in 2011, which the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) brazenly blocked on Monday because it claims the law would disenfranchise minority voters.
The Sinaloa cartel — that’s the biggest and baddest of the drug cartels. It has tentacles nationwide but are deepest in Arizona. Those words were spoken by U.S. Drug Enforcement Acting Special Agent in Charge for Arizona Doug Coleman at a Dec. 19 news conference at the Tempe Police Department announcing a 15-month investigation resulting in 203 arrests and the seizure of $7.8 million in cash, 650 pounds of marijuana, 435 pounds of methamphetamine, 123 pounds of cocaine and 4.5 pounds of heroin.
Delta Air Line’s self-valuation is “way out of whack,” its chief executive “made misleading and incorrect statements,” and its creditors ultimately will force management to consider a merger, US Airways CEO Doug Parker said Thursday.
“Our ‘crack’ weather folks sure sent out the alert early about our ‘mini-haboob’ Wednesday. Asleep at the wheel, caught them napping. Earlier reports were ‘possible chance of rain, about 5 percent.’ Oops?”
"Everywhere I go, all I see is our younger generation walking around looking like cell-phone zombies. Is it just me or are others of you out there as concerned as I am?"
Mike McClellan’s headline should be that “Mexican cartels are well armed due to failure to enforce existing laws in Mexico. (Or, Mexican cartels are lawless criminals). Because if they already have laws prohibiting purchase and possession of weapons larger than .32 handguns, then it’s just proving once again that when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. Visit Chicago or D.C. sometime if you doubt that, Mike.