America's Two Toughest Sheriffs: President #44 On the Run?
|Rating||:||4.96 (915 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||446 Pages|
Jessica said Great read!. Love this so much! As an former Benton County resident during Lee's tenure it is so interesting to read about this! I am just on chapter "Great read!" according to Jessica. Love this so much! As an former Benton County resident during Lee's tenure it is so interesting to read about this! I am just on chapter 2 but it's so well written that I decided to stop to write this review!!. but it's so well written that I decided to stop to write this review!!. The allegations are ominous : I am going to read America's Two Toughest Sheriffs as soon as my copy arrives, but I doubt that I am going to “enjoy” reading it! I have had the honor of reading some of the second half of the book pre-publication, and the allegations are ominous.There is a big difference between “conspiracy theorist” and a career prosecutor alleging a criminal conspiracy, as retired. Holly my hats off to Marty Brhel for highlighting these two Sheriffs ! also love his praise of law enforcement. He is a wonderful DA and if you get a chance read Deadly Duty. this Authors integrity and knowledge of the law and our Consitution are second to none!
America's Two Toughest Sheriffs began life as an anecdotal account of two legendary lawmen, and their cross-country competition to see who could claim the unofficial title, toughest Sheriff in America. But, when the administration of Barack Hussein Obama II accused Arizona, Sheriff Arpaio, and his office of violating the civil rights of illegal aliens, those accusations added a subtitle, President #44 On the Run?, and the second half of what turned out to be an expose of federal government chest-thumping.