Joe Arpaio, Richard Malley, Robert Crooks, Harry Hughes and Rusty Childress' New Nativist Group "Remember 1986"

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From the video that made Robert Crooks infamous, which you can watch below...

The extent to which the media rolls over for Sheriff Joe Arpaio never ceases to astound.

Take Joe's recent comments following an August 17 incident in the desert, where Glendale resident and self-identifying "militia minuteman" Richard Malley allegedly pointed an AR-15 at an MCSO deputy.

The incident is described in the probable cause form (see below) for Malley's arrest for aggravated assault, which also indicates that Malley, 49, lives with his mother.

Additionally, the box indicating whether Malley is employed is unchecked,

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From Malley's probable cause statement (Click on jpg for larger image)

Malley's out on bail. Ironically, cleaning ladies busted by Sheriff Joe's deputies for working while undocumented can't make bail, due to Arizona's Prop 100 and overcharging by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery's office. But that's another story.

Read the MCSO's probable cause statement for Richard Malley.

Arpaio told the Associated Press that, if the minutemen keep this up, "there could be some dead militia out there," and that Malley's "lucky he didn't see 30 rounds fired into him."

The geezer lawman also expressed concern over ordinary citizens "taking the law into their own hands."

Predictably, the media regurgitated this Clint Eastwood-wannabe blather without noting that Arpaio has been in bed with what remains of the minuteman movement, as well as the entire nativist movement, for several years now.

Part one of a pseudo snuff film, reportedly shot by "Mountain Minuteman" Robert Crooks

Arpaio has accepted awards (yes, more than one) from alleged child molester Chris Simcox, once leader of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, with whom Joe long maintained a political alliance.

Malley is a nobody in minuteman circles. Not so one of the other two men out with him the night of the incident -- Robert "Lil' Dog" Crooks.

Crooks has his own group, dubbed the Mountain Minutemen.


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willamas786
willamas786

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Terry
Terry

Well Well lets pick on Robert Crooks from what 1986 and a post lately, i assure  them on this site that can't see through their own bitterness, and hatred for themselves,must look to blame others without looking within himself to find the real problem of their unhappiness. If you have been looking to find their balls only to find raises, then it time to work with Robert so you can grow some,and some character as well. Little boys looking to be something because they are nothing and believe that they can fool others to believe they are real men.We are waiting on the sonoran right now to help you begin to be real men and be respected by the rest of us.

DNichols
DNichols

Arpaio, and all his Racist, Child Molester Minute Faggots/Life Pals SUCK.

aznative818
aznative818

Malley lives with his mother, 'nuff said.

l_breshears
l_breshears

....and, Mr. Wise guy - you're certain none of these individuals have slander insurance.... your attorney has a full on them not just a preliminary...

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

AN INDEPENDENT MONITOR FOR ARPAIO! That makes me happier than two camels fucking on hump day!

pete.clark10
pete.clark10

Remember 1986 is NATION WIDE but this rag won't tell you that!!..Hey...How did that recall work out for you disloyal knuckle dragging La Raza Trash??...lol

danzigsdaddy
danzigsdaddy topcommenter

whatever Malley's bail was, i am sure it was cheaper than his funeral could have cost his mother. no matter how you look at it, the guy is lucky to be alive. i have to hand it to the deputy, he kept his cool and kept if from being a story about another officer involved shooting or one about a officer being shot. nobody would have faulted the deputy for shooting 

dennis20
dennis20 topcommenter

The 1986 Amnesty was a wonderful thing and when asked specifics about why it is so hated and feared-there are no logical or factual responses.  It helped our economy and even gave republicans a majority of latino voters until they fucked it up with the "us against them" philosophy that sells so well to the fear mongering mostly white, male Tea Party.  

dennis20
dennis20 topcommenter

@pete.clark10  It worked out really well.  10's of thousands of new anti-Arpaio voters were registered while Arpaio's racist goons made fools of themselves trying to disrupt the Arizona Constitution and the electorial process.  I call that a failure for racism and a victory for justice. 

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

An independent monitor for Arpaio. Stick that up your ass Pete as in Peter as in Dick as in DICKHEAD! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

The recall failed, but the lawsuit was a success. Arpaio's gonna take it up the ass today. That old fuck is going to be dogged the rest of the time he is in office. Listen to the news, you mouthbreather, piece of dog shit.

elmergantry71
elmergantry71

@dennis20 I was wondering what the significance of the "1986" in the group title was. Thanks for clarifying that. Can't remember something if you don't know what it is to begin with.

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

The 86 law was a spectacular failure. There were 3 million undocumented people then and 12 million now. 12 million people shamelessly exploited by monied business interests like Danny Hendon and by political whores like Joe Arpaio. The significant portions of the proposed legislation parallels the 86 law. Nothing will be different except many millions more will be exploited in the future.

dennis20
dennis20 topcommenter

@jonnyquestThe reasons there are 12 million undocumented people here is not because of the 1986 bill or the people who received it. 1996's NAFTA  and the Sept 11, 2011  have lots to do with it.  Other events like USA sponsored military interventions in Mexico, El Salvador, and Chiapas also contributed to it since 1986 as have our war on drugs which helped crerate the cartels-many who we trained in our military schools (google School of the Americas).  There is little to no evidence that the 1986 amnesty did any damage to this country except help it prosper. Whenever anyone needs a reason to hate on Mexicans for any reason-they use 1986.  

dennis20
dennis20 topcommenter

@Flyer9753 @dennis20 @jonnyquest

 The billions wasted on border control in a continent that has not even historically belonged to those who create and enforce the laws is insane.  An open and humane border is not.  

The border is a man made nightmare.  Worse yet-it's an open border for corporations thanks to NAFTA but closed to the very people those trade policies hurt. There is no need for the border other than the to support the private prison industry, the military and police complex, HLS, and all these other bloated agencies that need a violent border with people to catch crossing to exist. Cartels are created and become more deadly with every messure and nicle we put into making it impossable for anyone to cross without them. It's a war-mongering society that creates borders on land it stold to begin with.  The billions we spend every year on it is our Karma.   

Flyer9753
Flyer9753

@dennis20 @jonnyquest

"Legalize work and rights for all workers and the problem is solved. Thats the cheap and humane way to do things.  It's simple.  "

So anyone who wants to come into the country can do so simply because they want to work?

Not trying to start a fight in any way, just really curious where you are specifically on this since your comment seems to say that.

I have no problem with legal immigration and for as needed work visas but not with a blanket like that.

Just because you want to work, does not mean you should be allowed in. That's pretty much what has caused the problems we have now, problems solved by going after the employers who are breaking the law.

dennis20
dennis20 topcommenter

@jonnyquest  Legalize work and rights for all workers and the problem is solved. Thats the cheap and humane way to do things.  It's simple.   

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

Speaking of corrupt politicians, maybe you can explain why the Obama administration has set all time records for deportations while pretending to be the benefactor for the undocumented. Separating families, destroying lives, then blaming Republicans for political gain? And the idiot Republicans take credit for the damage. Obama is playing them like a fiddle, but who is getting hurt?

jonnyquest
jonnyquest

It's not the amnesty but the failure to sanction employers that causes harm. These employers pay below market wages, no overtime, and don't provide required safety measures. What happened to Danny's Car Wash should have been happening across the country since 1986. There was no new legislation that enabled the Federal raid on Danny's. IT WAS THE 1986 LAW! Corrupt politicians and law enforcement disrupt the lives of the undocumented while turning a blind eye to the criminal acts of employers.

ExpertShot
ExpertShot topcommenter

@jonnyquest I can explain that - he's pressured to by the Republicants to enforce the immigration laws and secure our borders.  He's trying to do what the people in this country want, secure our borders.  No thanks to the do-nothing Republicants.

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