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Hendershott, Aubuchon file another version of suit

Lisa Aubuchon (Photo by Evan Wyloge/Arizona Capitol Times)

The Maricopa County Sheriff Office’s former chief deputy and an ex-deputy county attorney have filed another version of their lawsuit against the county and state.

Ex-deputy David Hendershott and former attorney Lisa Aubuchon allege wrongful termination, retaliation, defamation, perjury and a conspiracy among the county, the news media, the State Bar, federal investigators and the state judiciary. They are asking for damages and attorneys’ fees.

The Arizona Republic says the lawsuit reiterates the events of 2008 to 2010 that culminated in the firings of Hendershott and Aubuchon.

The two filed a $36.5 million notice of claim against state and county officials earlier this year. They claim they were victimized by people who retaliated against them for investigating alleged government corruption.

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One comment

  1. Check State of Arizona, Maricopa County, Superior Court Case CV2006-001726 and the legal claims I sued Terry Goddard and had the same intellectual assassins, state disturbers, malignant egoists, and refined cutthroats who owe me 15.2 billion dollars in legal spoils for the torture and murder of my family, eight false arrests, fraudulent psycho diagnosis to conceal “code-of-silence” white collar crimes per GENTRIFICATION in Garfield Neighborhood and the loss of my life for twelve years. It took God too many years to bring his wrath, revenge, and justice to Goddard.

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