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Bombshell: Federal Judge Targeting Sheriff Arpaio, Despite His And Wife’s Conflict Of Interest

Thursday, May 21, 2015 20:19
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It is normal for State and local police to arrest people for Federal crimes.

This is where the strange tale of Judge Murray Snow and Sheriff Arpaio starts.   It takes many amazing turns from there, including an attempt to put Arpaio into jail. As is common, the news media has left out many important factors in this case for apparent political reasons.

Very much to Obama’s wishes Federal Judge Snow in Arizona ruled in 2013 that Sheriff Joe Arpaio had acted illegally by enforcing the immigration laws of the United States. In an October 2013 injunction, the Honorable G. Murray Snow ordered Arpaio’s Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to stop enforcing the nation’s immigration laws. The case is Melendres v. Arpaio in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona sitting in Phoenix.

But now, at the same time, several bombshell developments were exposed in the hearings. Judge Snow has now been unmasked as hating Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Judge Snow is determined to “do anything to get Arpaio out of office.” How did we find that out?

Judge Snow’s own wife, Cheri Snow, announced to Dale, Karen, and Scott Grissom at Sonneburro’s restaurant in Tempe, Arizona that her husband (the judge) hates Arpaio and “will do anything to get Arpaio out of office.”   

So far, it appears that neither Judge Snow nor his wife have denied any of this. They don’t deny that Judge Snow hates Arpaio. They don’t deny that the Judge is trying to get Arpaio out of office. Despite the obvious appearance to the public that Judge Snow’s bias has corrupted the federal judiciary and the lawsuit against Arpaio, there has been no apology.

There is more, the Judge then from the bench investigated himself and his wife!

Arpaio – Exam by Court, Melendres v. Arpaio, 4/23/2015        655

Judge Snow: I’m going to direct you to keep that e-mail. What did the e-mail say, to the best of your recollection?

Sheriff Arpaio:  I think it mentioned that Judge Snow wanted to do everything to make sure I’m not elected.


Judge Snow: Do you recall who the author of that e-mail was?

Sheriff Arpaio:  I believe it was someone named Grissom.

Judge Snow: Grissom?   Sheriff Arpaio: Grissom.

Judge Snow: Okay. And how did this person purport to know that?

Sheriff Arpaio:  The person met your wife in a restaurant, and she’s the one that made those comments.

Judge Snow: According to whatever Mr. Grissom said.

Sheriff Arpaio:  There was other witnesses, yes.


Judge Snow: Okay. And so you turned that over to your counsel and counsel hired a private investigator, and what did the investigator do?

Sheriff Arpaio:  He investigated it.


Judge Snow:    And what was the result of the investigation?

Sheriff Arpaio:   Results were that he confirmed that your wife was in that restaurant and con — I guess talked to the witnesses, three or four, that confirm that remark was made.

Have you ever heard of a Judge conduct questioning a witness about what his own wife said about himself, as a sitting Judge on a case? The conflict of interest is spectacular.

This is a small excerpt from this article which has the supporting documents:

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  • judge? sigh.. what passes for justice in this country is a bad joke!

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