Arizona Sheriff Targeted By The Juarez Cartel?

POSTED: Monday, August 2, 2010 - 10:32pm

UPDATED: Thursday, December 30, 2010 - 9:48pm

There are reports out of Arizona that the Juarez cartel is offering one million dollars for execution of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio, as you know is the often called the toughest Sheriff in the country.

According to various reports, the bounty was offered via text message that went out over the weekend in Phoenix.

Officials with the Sheriff's Department in Maricopa County tells the NBC station in Phoenix that they do not know for sure whether the threat is really from the Juarez cartel but they do know that it was made from a cell phone in Mexico.
 

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Obama is too worried getting the country more broke with this 10 year war against terrorism, he's not gonna do anything if the threat was to be executed.

If the cartel wanted him dead, he already would be. They don't operate via text messages. They are smart and have more intelligence that our government does. The Sheriff is stupid and it would only take a few hours for them to carryout an order.

It will take this mans life for capitol hill to realize their mistakes & how they handled these issues all because of mid-term election and no one has cajones enough to do the right thing except a gov. & this sheriff.So what happens if he is murdered by an illegal? He gets detained & we have to ask mexico if we can prosecute him and if they do not allow that, the criminal goes back to mexico.

Mexico is no friend to the U.S..Never has and never will be and thats the truth Mr. Obama

He wanted attention, now he got it!!

The Government Of The UNITED STATES WILL PROTECT AND STAND BEHIND THIS SHERIFF RIGHT MR. OBAMMA, SIGNED YOUR BOSS. THE PEOPLE OF THIS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Mr Postman think again, obama is not going to do a thing about this, even if the threat is ligit. Why would he hurt himself by doing something about this, and lose all the ignorants straight party voters??? I am sorry this is happening.

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