Boris, I've written to you before about the effort to remove me from office, and I wanted to provide you a quick update.
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I hope you will join me today.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Maricopa County, Arizona
P.S. Please don't delete this email. Any amount you can give today will help us stop this effort to remove me from office. I'm not going to sit idly by while these radical groups organize for my defeat. After you make a contribution, please forward this email to at least five of your friends or family members who stand with me in upholding the Rule of Law. Thank you!
: He served as a police officer in Las Vegas for six months before being appointed as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, which later became part of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). During his 25-year tenure with the DEA, he was stationed in Argentina, Turkey and Mexico, and advanced through the ranks to the position of head of the DEA's Arizona branch.
On July 2, 2011, when the temperature in Phoenix hit 48°C, Arpaio measured the temperature inside Tent City at 63°C. Some inmates complained that fans near their beds were not working, and that their shoes were melting from the heat. During the summer of 2003, when outside temperatures exceeded 43°C, Arpaio said to complaining inmates, "It's 120 degrees in Iraq and the soldiers are living in tents, have to wear full body armor, and they didn't commit any crimes, so shut your mouths." In 1997, Amnesty International published a report on Arpaio's jails which found that Tent City is not an "adequate or humane alternative to housing inmates in suitable ... jail facilities." Tent City is criticized by groups contending that there are violations of human and constitutional rights. Those critical of Arpaio also point out that the vast majority of inmates within Tent City have not been convicted; rather, they are merely awaiting trial.
Вообще, больше предложений пожертвовать деньги, чем Республиканская партия США, присылает только Чикагский Симфонический оркестр.