Plot uncovered to derail Arpaio pardon

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    Plot Uncovered to Derail Arpaio Pardon

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The case President Trump needs to understand is that Arpaio, the victim of an unjust prosecution and an unjust conviction, is being set up for an unjust sentencing and jail term that he will inevitably suffer if Democratic operatives and their allies in the establishment GOP succeed in convincing Trump to delay the pardon until after Sheriff Arpaio is sentenced on October 5.
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    The Judge who sentenced him based on the wrong law is an idiot and should be forced to step down.
     
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    There is an error in the analysis.

    It is not true that once sentence has been given there is no pardon for five years.

    A pardon can be given at any time. A request for a pardon can only be made after five years post sentence completion. It is part of the application process, not part of the pardon process.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - ya can't keep a good man down...
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    Federal judge dismisses challenge to Trump's pardon of ex-sheriff Arpaio
    Oct. 5, 2017 -- A U.S. federal judge dismissed Wednesday a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and several other civil rights groups that argued President Donald Trump's pardon of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio was unconstitutional.
     
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    Why are you STILL using InfoWars as a news source? We've gone over this a million fucking times now. No one is interested in your fake news.
     
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    Ariz. judges Susan Bolton refuses to erase Sheriff Joe Arpaio's conviction...
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    Federal judge refuses to erase Arpaio's conviction from court records
    Oct. 19, 2017 -- Former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio received a pardon from President Donald Trump, but the judge who found him guilty of criminal contempt has refused to wipe evidence of his conviction off the record.
     
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    The judge is correct.
     
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    Arpaio can still be sued in civil court for his actions. The pardon only protects him from the consequences of the criminal convictions against him but it doesn't erase his convictions or protect him from civil suits.
     

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