Sworn court papers have been filed in two cases pending before the high federal appellate court in San Francisco detailing Arizona law enforcement’s willingness to engage in serious felonies to assist the Sheriff’s friends and to silence Arpaio critics. Arizona police have issued threats against civil litigation to protect Arpaio’s closest friend and top advisor (Justin Michael Nelson) from civil litigation – AKA Police Obstruction of Justice and Police Federal Civil Rights Crimes. (18 U.S.C. §§ 241, 242) Arizona police have conspired with Dignity Health of San Francicso to silence a well-known critic of Arpaio via violence – YES, attempted murder to be exact, now being covered up by Arpaio police state stooges. Sensational stuff, but, all on the appellate record, sworn and undisputed.
Situation normal for Arizona, official felony crimes against the justice system and official crimes of violence to assist Arpaio and Arpaio’s cronies by threatening critics and foisting police sponsored violence against those in the “cross-hairs” of Arpaio’s Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO). Those with a knowledge of Arizona law enforcement and government should not be a surprised as to how the Arizona police state operates. The bold criminal conduct of police caught in these cases reveals the state of lawlessness existing in Arizona whereby law enforcement doesn’t even bother to cover-up their crimes satisfactorily. It is truly anything goes concerning police misconduct and outright police crime in Arizona.
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