DOJ V.S. Sheriff Arpaio

Sheriff Joe Arpaio sued by justice department

bbc.co.uk

The US Department of Justice has sued an Arizona sheriff accused of racially profiling Latinos, among other alleged civil rights violations.

The lawsuit alleges sloppy police work and a disregard for minority rights by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

US officials wanted the sheriff to agree to train his officers in how to perform duties such as traffic stops.

But Sheriff Arpaio, who denies the allegations, said the department’s demands would nullify his authority.

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Meet the Radical DOJ Lawyers Suing Sheriff Joe

Christian Adams
pjmedia.com

Today the Eric Holder Justice Department sued Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  The civil rights lawsuit was filed by the notorious Civil Rights Division, headed by truth-challenged Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez.  Perez formerly headed the illegal alien advocacy organization Case de Maryland.  But the radicalism of the legal team aligned against Sheriff Joe does not end with Tom Perez.

Let’s meet the radical Justice Department lawyers who drafted and filed this complaint.

Special Litigation Section Chief Jonathan Smith is already well known to PJ Media readers.

Smith replaces a section chief who was unwilling to serve as a lapdog to Perez and bring sketchy cases. Smith served 8 years as Executive Director of the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia. Prior to his time at the Legal Aid Society, he served as Executive Director of the Public Justice Center. He also was Executive Director of the D.C. Prisoners’ Legal Services Project which served essentially as a law firm for prisoners against prisons and prison guards.

Also on the complaint are attorneys Winsome Gayle, Sergio Perez and Jennifer Mondino.  PJ Media exposed the radical backgrounds of these civil service attorneys, all hired after Obama’s inauguration.  For example, Sergio Perez once worked for a group called the “Junta for Progressive Action.”   Here’s more from the Every Single One report on the Special Litigation Section.

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