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Look at Justice Department, not Sheriff Joe (access required)

What is wrong with this picture? The U.S. Justice Department, instead of going after criminals who are breaking federal laws goes after a sheriff, Joe Arpaio, who goes after criminals breaking federal and local laws.

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