Arpaio's men in Hawaii: what will they find?
Last night, WND published this staff report
saying that Arpaio had raised the stakes. He has sent Mike Zullo, the
lead investigator in his Cold Case Posse, to Hawaii to track down any
leads that he can. Arpaio also sent a regular deputy detective, so that Zullo would have someone official with him when he tries to talk to Hawaiian officials. So now, for the first time, a law-enforcement officer on the official payroll
is playing a role in an Obama eligibility case. This detective’s role
is supportive only. Arpaio made plain that his deputy’s job is to
advise, or to talk to any officials who might refuse to talk to Mr.
Zullo. The Cold Case Posse does its own fundraising and will reimburse
the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for the costs of two round-trip air
fares, plus hotel accommodations. (WND‘s Jerome Corsi is in
Hawaii with the two men. He will not report until they come back from
Hawaii. The sheriff seems to be worried about leaks.)
Arpaio acted after Bennett spoke on the radio about Hawaiian officials not cooperating. He said then that Hawaiian officials “must be hiding something.”
This outrages Obama apologists, who rail against Arpaio for “wasting
taxpayers’ money.” Some of these are the same apologists who smugly said
that no “official LEO” was investigating. Until now.
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And now ask yourselves: what will Arpaio's men find?
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