County Supervisors: Some of us “victims” get settlements, others don’t!



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

Wednesday, January 9, 2014

Why do County Supervisors award $3.5 million to Don Stapley for “stress” but 0 to Mary Rose Wilcox for “stress?” 
Evidence mounting that million dollar payoffs county supervisors gave themselves and their cronies were NOT because they were actually victimized by Arpaio/Thomas 

On of Don Stapley’s two arrest photos.
The Maricopa County Supervisors continue to hand out settlements to themselves and their cronies over “stress” from being prosecuted by Sheriff Arpaio and former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. But something funny is occurring. Mary Rose Wilcox, who was prosecuted more than anyone except Stapley on the list of “victims” who received generous million dollar settlements from the taxpayers, is being prohibited from receiving a settlement by the other supervisors. The Phoenix New Times reports that the supervisors have spent $375,442 of our tax dollars in legal proceedings to prohibit her from getting the $975,000 she is asking for.
We ask, if Arpaio and Thomas wrongfully prosecuted Stapley and Wilcox, doesn’t that mean both supervisors are entitled to cash payouts, not just one of them? SOMETHING REEKS TO HIGH HEAVEN. We’ve said it here all along, both supervisors are corrupt and were able to dodge prosecution because they control the judges’ purse strings. Even the Phoenix New Times admits that Stapley is corrupt. Read here to refresh your memory why. 
Arpaio and Thomas were cleared of all wrongdoing by Obama’s Justice Department, despite the crooked Arizona Bar disbarring Thomas. WHEN ARE THE ADULTS GOING TO STEP IN AND STOP THE PAYOLA? The county’s insurance isn’t paying for the crony settlements; there is a $5 million deductible per case. How many more million dollar payouts do the crooked supervisors get to pick and choose to award to their cronies? The one that really rankles us is $500,000 to Don Stapley’s secretary for “stress.” Are you kidding?

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