Luncheon with Andrew Thomas this Saturday

A m e r i c a n  P o s t – G a z e t t e

Distributed by C O M M O N  S E N S E , in Arizona
Sunday, November 4, 2012



Saturday, November 10  

10:30 Social, 11:00 Business Meeting
11:15 Program, 12:00 Luncheon 


Gainey Ranch Golf Club 
 7600 Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale  85258


Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas Biography _____________________________________

$25.00 per person
($1.06 additional if paid online)  
Regular Luncheon Menu

Corn Chowder
Braised Beef Short Ribs w/Sundried Tomato, Soft Polenta
Season Vegetables

Dessert:  Chocolate Mousse Cup with Fresh Berries

Vegetarian Luncheon Menu
Corn Chowder
Vegetable Terrine w/Roasted Garlic Aoili 
Dessert:  Chocolate Mousse Cup with Fresh Berries

Menu Options (Click Below)


Paid Reservations Required in ADVANCE
Contact President Susan Kay Schultz
(480) 945-1490 or 

All checks payable PRWC.  Mail to:

Paradise Republican Women’s Club
P.O. Box 12070
Scottsdale, AZ   85267-2070  

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  1. Who in their right mind would pay $25 to go see the disgraced, disbarred former county attorney?

  2. I would and I will. The only thing accurate about your comment is the cost.

    Even the AZ repugnant finally had to publish the facts and it turns out Mr. Thomas was right. Those who know him and Stapley were not surprised. Get your head out of the dark place you keep it and you would understand what really happened.

    This is far from over.

    • Joe Don Baker says:

      He is disbarred. That is accurate. He is also the former county attorney. That is accurate as well.

      As for Thomas vs. Stapley, I would fault Thomas for running such a bad office that he not only tained what should have been an easy case against Stapley, but he also put his subordinates in legal jeopardy.

  3. Joe Don Baker says:

    Is he going to bring his Buford Pusser stick?

  4. Charles Joiner says:

    Exactly how did Mr. Thomas “taint” the case against Stapely. From what I read the grand jury indicited Stapely. It was one of the corrupt judges that “tainted” the case.

  5. fix pinal county says:

    Corrupt judges protecting corrupt judges. Attorneys need to be wary about doing their jobs for clients, the Arizona Supreme Court has appointed an individual who probably has more ethical problems than those he is convicting. In many cases the attorneys only offense is attempting to correct a judge on improper rullings. The Presiding Disciplinary Judge, William J. O’Neil has had a judicial conduct complaint filed against him with the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct which includes among other things the appearance of mortgage/short sale fraud.

    Read the complaint and you decide the ethical correctness of what is going on. The integrity of the judiciary is at stake in how they deal with the facts of this complaint.

    Judicial Complaint on Scribd:

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