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Joe Arpaio, the tough-guy sheriff who created the tent city and long ago started making his prisoners wear pink, and eat bologna sandwiches, is not one bit sympathetic He said Wednesday that he told all of the inmates: "It's 120 degrees in Iraq and our soldiers are living in tents too, and they have to wear full battle gear, but they didn't commit any crimes, so shut your damned mouths!"
Originally posted by FredTyou get bolonga on white bread,
Originally posted by Sugarlump
But please feel free to continue supporting this inhumane thug and hopefully one of his friends will come into power in a district near you.
Originally posted by Sport Kensington
So yes, this is a jail...a LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER..a LEC...this is where they take you when you break the law in a city or county...with the exception of violent crimes....this is where your Battery/DUI/Assault/Non-Pay of Child Support/etc. crimes are served for your area.
And I love it...why coddle a criminal.....Liberals would rather bitch about the treatment of a criminal rather than bitch about that criminals treatment of a victim.
Originally posted by AceOfBase
So these are non-violent persons being subjected to these conditions?
That's even worse if that's true.
SNELLVILLE, Ga. - Earl Lazenby had delivered mail for years to the aging brown home with overgrown plants in the yard and a National Rifle Association sticker on the front door. The home's owner was always friendly, sometimes chatting with Lazenby at the grocery store in this Atlanta suburb.
But what Lazenby didn't know was that William Crutchfield was deep in debt and looking for a way out. Authorities say Crutchfield apparently watched with envy as Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph was headed to prison for life and aspired to the same fate — allowing him to live off the government while behind bars.
So he allegedly hatched a twisted plan: Kill a federal employee.
Two weeks ago, Crutchfield walked down his driveway carrying a .380-caliber pistol and greeted his mail carrier at the curb. He then opened fire on Lazenby, drove to the police station in his Chevrolet Cavalier and told the secretary, "I just shot the letter carrier”