David Hendershott May Have Charged County for Personal Criminal Defense Work; Kept Some Legal Invoices in Safe, Says Report







Dave Hendershott

Dave Hendershott, the former top aide for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, s apparently was worried enough about being charged with crimes that he hired a legal firm to help him.


That wouldn't be a problem -- except he may have gotten the county to pay the bills.





ogletree deakins logo 1.jpg
​It looks like one more example, of many in the partially released Munnell Memo report, that Hendershott sometimes used county money like it was his own. The recently released documents detail how Hendershott reportedy used posse money for personal gain on at least two occasions, both of which revolved around a youth baseball league for which his son played.


In this latest tidbit, we refer you to the very last page of the 1,022-page report released yesterday by Arpaio's office. You can find the massive document split into 11 PDFs on the website of Channel 5 news (KPHO-TV), which paid the Sheriff's Office more than $500 for the copies and therefore saved interested folks like us some money.


Page 1,021 (the first page was a cover sheet) states that Jack MacIntyre, one of Arpaio's deputy chiefs, told investigators that:


...various personal legal services were provided to David Hendershott at County expense, including a research project by Ogletree Deakins to determine Hendershott's legal defenses if he was charged criminally for Abuse of Power or Obstruction of Justice arising from ongoing criminal investigations; and a research project by Ogletree Deakins to explore legal approaches if Hendershott was called before and targeted by a grand jury.


 

The report says information also "surfaced" that Hendershott had local attorney Dennis Wilenchik (you remember him, right?) provide legal work on some building Hendershott owns in Iowa. Although it was "not established that Wilenchik was paid directly from Maricopa County funds," investigators wrote that all of these matters would "certainly be appropriate for future investigation."

MacIntyre related the info after his talk with the investigator hired by Pinal County Paul Babeu turned to the legal invoices that Hendershott had kept in a safe in his office. MacIntyre gave up that he'd seen the research projects, and he believed the county paid for them.

So... the former chief deputy, while possibly commiting the crimes that state and federal officials were investigating him for, reportedly billed his planned legal defense to the county. What a racket!

No dollar figures are included in the brief, page-long report.

We left message for MacIntyre and representatives of Ogletree Deakins, and we'll let you know if they call back.

Meantime, as long as we're stroking Channel 5, we'll just point out two other things we like about their recent coverage of Arpaio's Watergate:

* Asking Arpaio whether he should resign may have been a silly question -- of course he won't! -- but an appropriate one, given all the scandals surroundings Arpaio's office lately. His office misspent $99 million, his command staff ran amok, and federal probes into racial profiling and abuse of power loom, so reporter Morgan Loew asked at yesterday's news conference whether he'd considered resigning.

Arpaio became visibly irritated, noting that other local leaders have experienced problems but haven't resigned. If the voters want him to stay on as sheriff, or some "other position," he'll stay, Arpaio said.

* We'd been looking at the part of the Munnell Memo report that discusses the ludicrous employment set-up of a secretary of Hendershott's, who was paid gobs of money for doing next to nothing. Then we noticed we'd been scooped by Channel 5's Lisa Leigh Kelly, who penned an interesting article on the subject.

In other Munnell Memo news today:

* The separate report on Babeu's findings about former Deputy Chief Larry Black may not be released today, after all. Black, who was fired by Arpaio along with Hendershott, was a key figure in the SCA campaign-finance-violations scandal. Investigation documents pertaining to Black's partner in alleged campaign crime, Captain Joel Fox, may not be released until after Fox runs through an appeal process, which could take a few weeks. We're highly interested in what the report has to say about the Sheriff's Command Association, because the allegations surrounding that scandal are among the most serious -- and most provable -- leveled against Arpaio's top aides.

* Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley urged President Obama and the Justice, Department in a letter, to lend their support to the federal investigations of Sheriff Arpaio and his office. An Arizona Republic article about the letter states that both Stapley and Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox have urged federal officials to get off their hineys and act:

"Based on that Babeu report, and because Arpaio was in so many of those meetings, the feds need to consider putting MCSO into receivership until this federal investigation is completed," Wilcox said. "The report clearly shows Arpaio knew what was going on and you can't have corruption like that. We have to do something about it."


* The Los Angeles Times published an article on April 30, that quotes Arpaio saying that April was a "great month" for him. There's no need to wonder how Arpaio feels about all the hits his office has taken lately -- he doesn't give a crap, as long as his public support remains strong.

We also took notice of this quote:

"People still come to me every day for my endorsement," Arpaio said. "If I'm so bad off, why does everyone want my endorsement?"


Babeu's election site doesn't list an endorsement from Arpaio, but a 2010 story on azcentral says that Arpaio did endorse Babeu for the 2008 election. In our opinion, questions about ethics should be raised if Babeu seeks Arpaio's endorsement for his 2012 bid for office, because his investigation essentially exonerates Arpaio of being complicit in his aides' misconduct.

* Fired deputy chief Larry Black talked to Channel 3 (KTVK-TV) news a couple of days ago, complaining that his name is being unfairly tarnished.

"We're not talking about I did any crimes," Black tells Channel 3.

But that's not quite true, is it? As our story from last month about the SCA scandal detailed, Black was suspected of being part of a conspiracy that committed campaign crimes. Also, he seems to forget that Babeu's investigation avoided probing criminal matters directly -- the PCSO probe has left that for the feds, who continue to investigate.

We tried repeatedly to contact Black before the publication of Love Connection, but he didn't want to talk then. Hopefully, he'll agree to answer questions after we read the full, unredacted report on what the investigation found out about his actions with Fox. Naturally, we'd also like to ask him about what really happened in Louisiana that Fox was so excited about

 

UPDATE: After this was published, Jack Wilenchik of Wilenchik and Bartness e-mailed us with the following info:

"Dennis wrote a demand letter to Mr. Hendershott's insurance carrier regarding wrongful denial of insurance proceeds for storm damage to a building that Mr. Hendershott owned. The insurance company paid Mr. Hendershott, and Mr. Wilenchik did not charge for the work. The County had nothing to do with this and was not billed in any way."

We were under the impression that Dennis Wilenchik's time was very valuable, so we asked why he did things for Hendershott for free. Jack Wilenchik's response: "He regularly does demand letters or other minor legal courtesies for free."


Oh, sure, he'd probably do that for anyone.

 

 

.

black larry ktvk.jpg


Sponsor Content

My Voice Nation Help
107 comments
Nicholsdaves
Nicholsdaves

Apio is the "Ring Leader"!

This Embezelling "Tyrant", has for may years taught his men to Lie, Cheat, Steal, even in Court Rooms, Torture, and even Kill persons in custody, even before being tried!Arpio is America's most Racist, and Corrupt Sheriff, and the Poster Child for Term Limits to the Old Fashioned position of Sheriff which has God like powers!Arpio is living proof positive that a corrupt Sheriff can act as King in America!

To True Justice for All!

I only wonder , How much did Arpio pay the three stooges to take the fall for him after all these years of love and Corruption?

I am sure the three stooges are set for life!

No one is above the "Law"Not even if they take three months to Scrub/Launder their M.C.S.O. Bank records before reluctantly turning them over to a "Federal" Subpoena!

What is worse than a Dirty Person posing as an Officer of the Law, that has taken an oath to "Uphold the Law"?

Answer: Nothing!

Alehound
Alehound

Word on the street is, Arpaio put out a hit on Hendershott. Run to Honduras while you can...

joel
joel

Citizen,It's just a bit overboard to say that I broke every law in the book. I've only ever even been accused of breaking some campaign finance laws and even then, not by any law enforcement agency...just the New Times. Pay attention to the report...you won't find me in the middle of any Hendershott capers and you won't find me associating with any of the people who are. Those people are still there.

I'm not sure why you think my sex life has anything to do with anything, but I do feel pretty good about myself, thanks for asking. I'm disappointed that things I had nothing to do with are being attributed to me but I'm nowhere near suicidal. I'm not ashamed of anything I've done. I've never lied to my family and I surely don't have to resort to petty insults to make a point. But don't worry...I don't have any "investigators" and I never did. Even if I did, I wouldn't send them after a critic., You're entitled to your opinion just like I am mine. It's part of what makes our country great.

Chad, I think reasonable minds would differ on whether the people you speak of were disorderly or not. We all have a right to free speech and assembly. I have risked my life to defend those rights and others. But we don't have the right to create a disturbance or to interfere with public meetings. I wasn't there, so I'm not suggesting that I know anything. All I'm saying is that "disorderly conduct" isn't always clearly defined and when you get close to that line, you might get arrested, even if the charges don't always stick. I think everyone involved knew that going in.

And, no, I'm not blind at all but your characterization of total corruption just isn't true. I'm sure there have been questionable decisions made, just as there are anywhere, but not that I've been involved in or seen. By far, the vast majority of MCSO employees are hard working and dedicated people doing their best under difficult circumstances and getting beat up for it in the process. They don't want your pity, but they deserve your respect. If you'd limit your comments to specific people and specific circumstances, you might not get an argument from me. It is far too general to say the entire organization is corrupt.

As far as enforcing the law goes, I've always been stumped about one thing: why are all of you so insistent that the cops stop enforcing the laws you don't like instead of changing the law? An argument that resources could be better used has some validity as it would with any other political official. But telling the cops not to enforce a law will never work. It didn't work for liquor, it won't work for marijuana or prostitution or any other law in controversy. The only thing that works is changing the law. If you truly cared, your time and resources would be much better spent there. And if the majority of the people agreed, it would be easy.

Cruiser805
Cruiser805

Can you fix the headline on the front page? The first "Pay" is supposed to be "May".

"County Pay Have Paid..." makes you look bad.

teknik1200
teknik1200

why are the tea-party "fiscal conservative" types not outraged at this shameless scam of tax payer money?

Are they only upset when their taxes go to brown folks or what?

joel
joel

Not to pee on your parade, but all government workers usually get represented by their city, county, state or nation when the conduct in question relates to their job. Granted, such representation doesn't apply to criminal conduct, but since no criminal charges have been brought, it'd be tough to claim any legal work done so far is related to any criminal charge. It might fly, but you'd have to get the records, which shouldn't be too hard, since they're public...and the county has them.

I also doubt Hendershott's pension is 200K. He get's 50% of his salary before he retired as an LEO in 2000 and he's only been civilian for 10 years or so, maybe making him eligible for 25% of his current rate, but maybe not. I'm sure it's still a nice pension, but it ain't 200K.

I've seen the report, but I don't have a copy of it. If memory serves, all the blacked out stuff has to do with the allegations that involve me, some of which were unfounded. It's not anything secret, and I'm sure it will all be out soon.

And Coz, I think credibility was granted to people that don't deserve it, too, but then again, I might be a little biased. Then again, I know the truth... You gotta read the report carefully, but you can see who the players are and like I told you before...I ain't one of 'em. You of all people ought to be able to figure out what's going on.

Jason
Jason

Henderblimp hasn't been charged with any criminal offenses (yet). So, why would he need legal advice? Even when he's arrested, the 6th Amendment guarantees him the right to a lawyer and it's free help.

Also, why would he have the county pick up the tab? I would think the MCSO's operating budget provides money for legal expenditures. Something doesn't add up here.

I totally agree that the Fat Bastard needs to start paying his own legal bills. He is no longer employed by the MCSO. Plus, with his $200,000 salary/retirement, he can afford a quality attorney. Maybe Blimpie will get Lisa Aubuchon or Candy Ass Thomas to represent him.........

CONCERNED"american"citizen
CONCERNED"american"citizen

Okay so whats next? Seriously if the feds cant see all this corruption for what it is and they really can't see that Arpaio was the mastermind behind it all then I think we are all fucked.. I really hope Stapley is able to get the message across in Washington DC because seriously if some of us here in AZ can see all the corruption but others can't then I think its time for some else to step in and do something about this..Its really irritating to watch the news and see all this bozos just getting away with all of this shit!!! Its time for Arpaio to walk and for the walls to come tumbling down...

Rick The Prick
Rick The Prick

I think this fat asshole should pay his own fucken bills. Once again these idiots of maricopa want the taxpayer to pick-up the bill. This fat bastard should be in jail, along with that assclown ArpieHO.

Coz
Coz

After reading much of this report, I find it impossible to believe Bozo Joe didn't have any knowledge of all this going on.

What a bunch of insane lunatic's running MCSO, from top to bottom.

Amazing these people are allowed to carry badges and guns and represent law enforcement.

ZachHenry
ZachHenry

Come on, Joel. Charging immigrants as co-conspirators in their own smuggling is a bit of creative prosecution that isn't done outside of Maricopa County. It's a bit beyond simply "enforcing the law". And you still haven't addressed the main point of the arguments made: Joe isn't actually doing anything, he's just grandstanding for the media. It can be objectively demonstrated, as the Goldwater Institute has done, that he is a bad law enforcer. That's why people (thinking people, anyways), get sick of seeing him gloat for the camera every time he busts a dishwasher or a cockfighter.

Concerned"american"citizen
Concerned"american"citizen

Joel,In response to you,all I can say is that hopefully one day justice will be served and believe it or not I wish you all the best.

You are very right when you mention about living in a country where I can voice my opinion but in the light of things your EX boss never lets anyone voice their opinions he always wants to arrest the ones that criticize or judge him he has no right to do that.

Arpaio is not God but he pretends to be and one thing is for sure he has pissed off the voters and people of AZ.The time is near for him and his empire is tumbling down. If things where being done according to the law you all would not be in this situation but you didn't and this is where we stand now. No one is above the law!!!!!! Yet you clowns have gone beyond breaking the law.I'm sorry but I am pretty sure there is alot more behind the scenes that we don't know about and there is probably a lot of things and evidence that you guys destroyed but of course we will never know because of your corruption. I respect the officers that enforce the law but let's be clear on one thing you guys were not.

I do apologize to you for bringing up your family life I had no right to do that and I sincerely apologize to you and your family.

I just don't respect what you did so please don't try to talk law when you have broken it.

Myself and many others have no respect for ARpaio and Hendyblimp is definately full of darkness its sad that we the people have to be going through this we did not deserve it and we deserve someone that is really a sheriff for the PEOPLE!! If you can't see the harm that you all have done then I don't know what else to say but one thing is for sure the people of Maricopa are definately not walking away from this one.

I am pretty sure there are a lot of voters that no longer support Arpaio and sorry but the time has come for him to be kicked his best bet would be for him to relinquish his "Nazi"crown which no longer serves him.

Chad Snow
Chad Snow

Joel, it's not about MCSO enforcing laws we don't like, it's about them NOT enforcing laws that we do. Or in the alternative, not even bothering to investigate them. As a higher up in Arpaio's command, certainly you read the Goldwater Institute report. What is your response to the cold hard data in that report?

Gerry_C
Gerry_C

It certainly seems that Arpaio was sanctioning Hendershott's activities. After all, Arprio was the one giving the press releases for virtually all of the MACE actions. Arpaio resisted and failed to have reasonable accounting of the MCSO finances, instead telling us how tight a ship he was running. Arpaio was told of the missing pink underwear money and he ignored the allegations of criminal activity. I don't believe that Arpaio is enforcing the laws or following the law.

Coz
Coz

....and Joel, I know you're taking a beating and it's probably going to continue. not that it matters, but having met you, I'm not buying into the gay stuff completely either. I do know what it's like to have friendships with other men that I am close with and not be gay. And if you are gay, that's fine too, to each his own.

The truth is slowly coming out about everything. It will all be on the table soon enough. Especially when things start to involve criminal charges, the rats will start to squeal and then the shit will really hit the fan.

Coz
Coz

I'm still reading it, 1000+ pages is a lot and it takes time to build the picture as you know. I will keep reading it and putting the dots together.

It is obvious who the players are, what I find hard to accept is the statements from some of these players I know from personal experience are full of shit and just as dirty as Hendershott.

Lets face it, the command staff at MCSO are far from being saints.

Concerned"american" citizen
Concerned"american" citizen

Joel, From what we have seen you were involved in all of this what I cant figure out is why you continue to cover for Arpaio.. Why dont you all get together and put him where he belongs.. Sorry buddy but he is a Rascist pig n karmic debt is a Bitch!! So all of a sudden you all get caught and know u expect us to believe you? You are not a very credible person so continue covering up for your Daddy Joe n you will soon be wearing the pink undies too.. As far as Im concerned you are all fucked!!

Tommy Collins
Tommy Collins

Yeh, Joel. You're being used by the Flaccid Fool, just as I have tried to tell you would happen. He and Hendershott set you up, as well as Randy Pullen, to take the fall. My opinion, of course.

Gerry_C
Gerry_C

It is difficult to see the county paying for research in case a person is charged with a crime. Why should such preemptive effort be a county expense?

Not surprised
Not surprised

"Also, why would he have the county pick up the tab?"

Answer: Nepotism, "favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit."

Hendershott wanted to grease those palms while the grease was good...as in on someone else's dime.

In accounting terms, it's called embezzlement.

Coz
Coz

Yea, no shit, considering a lot of us were hung out to dry and had our lives crushed over bullshit a lot less than this.

Jason
Jason

Why is Stapley going to DC?

Coz
Coz

No shit, and now we have to pay for this scumbags attorney's too while he collects 200 grand a year for being a criminal..Unfucking believable.

joel
joel

It would be repulsive and wrong to suggest all illegal immigrants are (fill in the blank) or all Mexicans are (fill in the blank) or all Americans or all Muslims or all of anything. Likewise you cannot say all MCSO, or "you guys" referring to all of us. I don't know about all the other guys, I only know that I never made an arrest without probable cause and actually never made an arrest unless I was sure the person was guilty of a crime. I've never had a lawsuit paid out because of something I did. I've never even been sued.

I've never arrested or participated in any immigration operations or crime sweeps. I've never participated in any investigations of elected officials or judges. I've hardly ever even spoken to Hendershott and all the same is true of 95% of MCSO.

If you want to criticize how I gave money to the Republicans, then go right ahead, join the club and stand in line. But if you wanna suggest that I'm a law breaker or have some kind of history of corruption then you need to check your facts.

Thanks for your apology, though...I do appreciate it.

Coz
Coz

Sorry Joel, this I cannot agree with at all.

You seem to forget, I have tapes of conversations with Arpaio and others and it does not sound like he's enforcing any laws. What it does sound like is he enjoys fucking with people that don't see things his way.

He is not a cop Joel, he's just another corrupt bullshit politician that is totally inept.

>>Joe Arpaio is not a racist. He's a cop that enforces the law.

joel
joel

Sorry citizen. Joe Arpaio is not a racist. He's a cop that enforces the law. If you don't like the law, then change it, but don't blame the cops for doing their job.

You can argue that he puts too much emphasis on immigration, but more than half the voters would disagree with you. This is called democracy...which is the worst form of government, except for all the others that have been tried (according to Winston Churchill).

I suppose you would rather have your elected officials NOT do what the voters want? Or would you have the cops NOT enforce the law? Or worse, would have your cops decide for themselves which laws are important and which are not? We have three branches of government for a reason, ya know (or do you?)

Don't be too disappointed, though, at least you get to voice your opinion. In lots of countries you wouldn't be so lucky.

Coz
Coz

Randy Pullen I believe knew what was going on and didn't care.

Coz
Coz

Now this I agree with.

joel
joel

Not true, Tommy boy. I know you think you have it all figured out, but you don't. It's almost too complicated for me to wrap my head around, too, and I lived it. Your problem is that you refuse to believe people just because you don't like them, thereby eliminating the most obvious truth.

As an investigator, you should give any plausible story equal consideration, at least until you can eliminate it with actual real evidence...not just guesses.

Tommy Collins
Tommy Collins

If that's what happened, and I think it's likely, then the county has no obligation to pay and it likely will be determined to be theft, in the form of embezzlement. But, it can't be prosecuted without a county attorney who is willing to do so...

Jason
Jason

You're right about the embezzlement part.

WhoKnows
WhoKnows

He was there for a meeting of people in various county governments. While he was there, he hand delivered a letter. It wasn't the reason for his trip.

CONCERNED"american" citizen
CONCERNED"american" citizen

They are wanting to push the feds on the investigations..They are asking Obama for help and they want them to do a receivership on MCSO.In other words they want someone to step in and do something about Arpaio..Because seriously at this point Arpaio still thinks he is untouchable someone needs to slap him back to reality..This asshole lives in LALA land..He is senile or suffering from some sort of dementia his memory lapses are ridiculous!

cr0sh
cr0sh

Joel, we don't live in a democracy; we live in a representative republic. Unfortunately for us "citizens" (just what do you consider yourself to be?), our so-called "representatives" care more for themselves and their adulation, rather than understanding that sometimes, as a representative, you are to do what is right, not what is politically popular.

Chad Snow
Chad Snow

The more I read, the more questions I have: you say "at least you get to voice your opinion. In lots of countries, you wouldn't be so lucky."

How does that statement reconcile with the fact that MCSO arrested dozens of citizens for voicing their opinions and exercising their First Amendment right to petition their government for redress of grievances? And don't say that they were breaking any laws - every single one was exonerated in court and many have been paid settlements for MCSO's behavior.

Are you completely blind to the corrupt, ineffective, wasteful agency that you've worked for your whole career?

Chad Snow
Chad Snow

Joel, you say that Arpaio enforces the law? I'd be interested to see what your take is on the Goldwater Institute report that says that Arpaio is an abject failure when it comes to enforcing the law. Especially in light of your comment about "cops deciding for themselves which laws are important and which are not". Also feel free to address Arpaio's 2005 statement that "illegal immigration is not a crime."

Concerned"american"citizen
Concerned"american"citizen

Joel,I do know my government I think I follow the law better than all of you who claim to be officials of the law but then turn to corruption. He does not enforce the law he is a clown that parades around intimidating people and going after them if they say things against him.

I do argue that he puts too much emphasis on immigration when we have all this crackheads running around committing crimes how come he doesn't he focus on that? Trust me half the voters also agree that his time is up. He does not enforce the law he leaves in his own world(psychotic) and brings people that are dumb enough to follow(like you) and brainwashes their minds to do as he says.

Joel in Arizona it has been proven time and time again that the elected officials don't do anything for the people LOOK at all the corruption or do you not see all this in your LUcid world that you live in?

I do get to voice my opinion your very right about that, don't try to come out as a person that cares for the people because after what you and your lover did including Hendershott was break every law in the book and I will voice my opinion and will walk the walk that all the people here in AZ are planning on doing to make sure all of you get what you deserve.

By the way how is your lover in Bed? HOw sad to do that to your own family? Do you feel good about yourself or are we going to hear in the news soon that you committed suicide for your pact of love. Don't be ashamed to be who you are I am gay myself and I am proud of who I am but its sad that if you have lied to your family all this years what can we the people expect from a person like you.

Trust me Joel I am an educated person so don't try to come here and make yourself look better, your actions spoke louder than any words. Its too late now to try to make it right now deal with your consequences. So what know are you having your investigators investigate me because I have offended you is "PAPI" JOe coming after me and my family now? By the way if you ever want to have a 3sum with your counterpart let me know I will be more than willing to obliged.

Do the right thing and sing like a canary now because sooner than not you will have to start making deals with the feds so fuck you and your caring shit of a personality. I don't buy it and believe or not the voters don't either..

Coz
Coz

Here, here !

Tina
Tina

"Sorry citizen. Joe Arpaio is not a racist. He's a cop that enforces the law. If you don't like the law, then change it, but don't blame the cops for doing their job."

Sorry Joel, Arpaio's meritless actions of vindictive retaliation under COLOR of law, is not "enforcing the law." What's the latest tally for pending lawsuits hanging over his head? Isn't it over $100 million?

Also, racial profiling (driving while brown), proven by other successful lawsuits, is not "enforcing the law." Nor is fanning the flames of bigotry"enforcing the law." Hasn't been for over 50 years.

Wanna review Arpaio's public and loud support for the actions of Adam Stoddard, the brazen MCSO employee who swiped the attorney's legal papers behind her back, videotaped in open court, as legal proceedings were being conducted.

"We gotta raid Mesa again." Remember that? It was his immediate reaction to a deputy's call to him, informing him of the Mesa mayor's wife unfavorable comment about him (that she was not a supporter of Sheriff Arpaio) during jury selection proceedings in a court case involving the sheriff's office. (His vindictive remark was made in the presence of a reporter for The New Yorker and reported in a July 2009 edition of that publication.)

Abuse of (law enforcement) power, examples of which are still reportedly being presented to the federal grand jury, does not fall into the category of "enforcing the law."

ZachHenry
ZachHenry

Joel, how do you explain the fact that Arpaio arrests less illegal immigrants than Phoenix or Mesa PD's? It seems to me he is just a bigger media whore and more skilled at manipulating public opinion. Those aren't traits of a good sheriff.

j_in_mesa
j_in_mesa

I don't think Arpaio is a racist. "In lots of countries you wouldn't be so lucky." - ask the editors of the NewTimes.

Gerry_C
Gerry_C

Let's have the plausible story. Your last one had non-factual information in it.

Concerned"american"citizen
Concerned"american"citizen

Your problem is that you got caught and if you hadn't gotten caught you would still be doing it!! Chupame los Huevos Puto!!!!!!!!

Coz
Coz

And with our worthless CA Horne, that's never going to happen.

Jason
Jason

Thanks. I finally did read about Stapley's trip to DC and the letter to Obama on azcentral.com.

Now Trending

Phoenix Concert Tickets

Around The Web

From the Vault

 

Loading...