GR: Tell me how you started with M.C.S.O.? Why did you get into law enforcement in the first place?
WB: My father had worked there, he retired. Then I applied. He retired along time ago, I applied.
GR: Nice. And how long you been there for, at the agency?
WB: Almost 20 years.
GR: So were there for the last years of the Arpaio era, and then Penzone. About 1/2 and 1/2 sounds like, yes?
GR: You're doing this interview here to talk about some things some things that are going on inside of M.C.S.O. from a policy standpoint, being run by very poor leadership. Can you pinpoint one thing or is it a combination of a bunch of different issues adding up?
WB: It's a mixture of a lot of things. My opinion, there's zero enforcement, there's basically no enforcement of the law from the outside. The polices don't even really apply. They're just words that they choose. Nothing but words and the policies apply to only certain individuals. And then some people they do not apply whatsoever.
GR: If we distilled it down, that issue is in pretty stark contrast because from what I understand, when Arpaio was in leadership this kind of stuff did not happen. Do you find that to be true, is that a pretty fair statement?
GR: Arpaio had his detractors we know, but I don't think he was feeding on his own employees as enemies.
WB: We were all number one.
GR: As far as this unfair treatment by Penzone, are you familiar with or have you ever heard of the "Blue Team"?
GR: That's really what we're talking about here is this employee targeting. It might be criminal and something may later come from that. Can you give me some kind of insight from the inside?
WB: Blue team is a stupid application that is used on employees to basically document their work in the office. My opinion is the way it's being utilized is as a way to discipline people is all it is. Supervisors can basically weed out people that they don't want at the agency documenting. That way they can document whatever they want and you have no say of what goes in there. You can't really fight it. So once they blue team you, it's in there permanently. Near impossible to get an entry removed.
GR: Have you found that some of this is political targeting?
WB: Yes. There's multiple factors that play into it like who you're related to, what are you in the agency, if you're well liked and other factors.
GR: This is like a secret police almost what you're describing, inside of M.C.S.O. isn't it?
WB: Yes. They basically they can choose to ruin your career or choose not to. I think consistently, most of the employees think that the blue team...since the implementation of blue team we've lost more employees than ever. It in fact doesn't work. A lot of employees feel that it's just a way to get rid of people. And they tell you. When they first implemented this blue team thing, they were like oh yeah it's not being used as a discipline tool. That's all it's being used fo though is a way to discipline people. So you don't say anything. Make your life miserable at work. Make you not want to come in to work. You can't transfer anywhere. It's ludicrous.
GR: When was that put into place? Was that a Penzone policy or did Arpaio have some form of that?
WB: I think it had mostly to do with the Melendres ruling, I think. I could be wrong. I want to say 2015 or 2014 it came out.
GR: Is the intention behind that ruling maybe to self police so racial profiling types don't get in control of power? Is that the take away, roughly?
WB: Yes. So they claim that blue team is like a tool to...I guess they're going to...well they can predict things. Like if they can flag you as a trouble employee or if you get too many use of forces in a month it will flag you, saying that you're using too much force. The whole system is stupid. They're trying to predict if you're going to do something.
GR: Sounds like Minority Report. They want a crime prevention unit. A mind control unit.
WB: Yeah, and it doesn't even work. It's a joke. The thing as a whole, people don't even take it seriously. They're just over it. People don't even file their blue team entries anymore. People are tired of it because they know there's just nothing you can do.
GR: That's an interesting view into one of the things I want to ask you about, which to me seems a correlation from an outsider looking in. Which is all these blue team scenarios. I've heard form other former M.C.S.O. employees and other current ones that have dealt with this kind of stuff. Where you're kind of in a freezing pattern. And then a lot of this gets rolled up into these internal affairs cases eventually.
WB: Yes. Because they have access to every blue team entry. And basically Gordon, any blue team entry that 's submitted P.S.B. has access to it (Professional Standards Bureau). They can refute anything. Any blue team entry that's submitted, P.S.B. has access to it and can review it.
Like there's different...there's supervisory notes. There's employee reported activity. It's like categorized. So when you get a blue team entry they categorize it. What is the blue team entry? Why is it being blue teamed? What is it for? And then majority of P.S.B. has access and can look at it to determine, is there any misconduct? Is there no misconduct?
And then they initiate investigations mainly on these blue team entries. Gordon, a lot of these investigations are initiated by a blue team entry.
GR: Paul Penzone, by abuse of policy and process is violating civl rights of M.C.S.O.employees. If the F.B.I. at some point wanted to sit down employees and get to the bottom of all this that would be good for the people that work there and the public at large in Maricopa County.
Mr. Penzone has abused his leadership position to such a point that this agency is on life support.
At this point, it's important to get the truth and information out. It's documented that in essence there's an element from the Melendres case being misused, which I'll note also while Penzone is getting held in contempt for other issues surrounding that. If he's just going to select what he wants and then use it to target and abuse employees and then roll those up into IA cases, then the public needs to know.
Why does he let them stack up? I'm of the opinion based on other things I've been privy to, that there very well could be the evidence itself of Paul Penzone's own corruption inside those IA case files, which is why he's been sitting on them letting them age the last couple years. What's your take on that?
WB: I think on average it takes P.S.B. 600 hundred days to close a complaint. I guess part of the court order is, they have to accept every and all complaints. Basically no matter what the circumstances are and there's really no lead way on it. The office has asked for relief on that, because they think that's not fair. What is happening is at one point we had over 2,500 cases that were backlogged. Almost a year ago that came out because some of those cases were directly related to the Melendres ruling, and they weren't following the court's orders as far as investigating them. Time frames were not being followed. Judge gave them multiple opportunities to comply. The court was tired of hearing it. The court monitor was tired of hearing it. What they're doing to the plaintiff, they're doing to us. That never has came out. In my opinion they lied to the judge.
These extension notices are never denied. They're never denied an extension notice. They don't even report this to the judge. The judge has no knowledge of this. One of the biggest reasons is these extensions always get approved. So no one's held accountable from P.S.B., none of these people are being individually held accountable. All these people Gordon should be held in civil contempt. Not just the Sheriff.
The Sheriff took the brunt of everything, but it's like all these people individually at P.S.B. should be held in contempt. for not following the order. None of them have permission to not follow the order. There's nothing that came out allowing that. The Sheriff is protecting these people at P.S.B., they're like gods. If you file a complaint against someone at P.S.B. they dismiss the complaint every single time.
GR: Sounds like how the courts work in Maricopa County and how the black robe mafia works in Arizona, this wall of corruption. If you're on their side of the wall you get protection. If you're on the other side trying to do the right thing you get targeted. It's quintessential government corruption going on here based on what you're describing. Needs immediate oversight.
WB: If you speak up they create these retalitory IA cases against you. Anonymous people can report you. No name attached to the complaint. P.S.B. will run with it, then take forever to investigate you.
GR: Is that why a lot of people have been leaving?
WB: This is why people leave because of the process. It has nothing to do with you being guilty or not. It's the fact that there's no due process. You are afforded absolutely no due process while under investigation. In fact, these people Gordon at P.S.B. have even told me on record, employees have zero due process when it comes to being investigated for misconduct. I'm not kidding you they actually told me this. They are under the assumption that there is zero due process for being under investigation either criminally or administratively.
GR: That's crazy. They're blowing up somebody's career over anonymous hearsay. Because if you can take an anonymous tip and then freeze someone out, there's no firewall there for false reporting.
WB: Yes, there's no protections. They claim that there's things in place, checks and balances. There's not Gordon. Cases aren't being reviewed. Court monitors do not review every single case that comes in. P.S.B. - they try to tell me this. That's a complete lie. I've spoken to people. They do not review every single case. That is complete lie. There's no way an investigation can go through with all these checks and balances and it be incorrect or be wrong. These investigations are not only piss poor, they're garbage. But they're proud of the work they put out there. It's garbage. Even the judge has already said it's piss poor. It's unacceptable as a law enforcement agency that this is what they're putting out there.
They've had how many years? Six years? Seven years? This is all P.S.B.'s shortcomings. They failed. Then got in trouble with their hand in the cookie jar because they were investigating people before the court monitor came in Gordon. The Chief Deputy, his cases got reopened and the judge determined that there is some serious issues with those cases.
So then P.S.B. got grouped into the court monitor thing. Now there's like 4 phases for P.S.B. and we're not in compliance 100% with anything.
GR: How many key executives and middle management is in P.S.B. as a department?
WB: In the past 2 years they've added positions there. There's a P.S.B. Commander then there's a Chief that oversees it. Then the Chief reports to the Sheriff or designee. So I mean there's probably around 40 employees that work there.
GR: What's the remedy policy wise inside of M.C.S.O., have you looked and said okay, so there's self evident corruption going on an abuse of process such as this, the blue team rolling up to the IA cases, rolling up to career sabotage and political targeting using P.S.B., that's what you're saying is generally going on here. Is there a mechanism inside the M.C.S.O. policy to bring in a third party agency, like the F.B.I., they're already co-joined with the F.A.T.E. Team, or some sort of special investigator?
WB: No. There's nothing. They do what they want. There's nothing you can do. It's like an act of Congress. The court monitors don't care. I've submitted complaints to them directly, they don't care. All they care about is having their check. And these people at P.S.B., none of those people care. There's nothing in place other than basically, what can happen is...let's say a complaint comes in and they determine it's conflict of interest they can have another agency come in and do the investigation that's qualified.
GR: There's no provision in there to say, saying if M.C.S.O. leadership is dirty or upper management, that there's some sort of mechanism like a special investigator to come in from the county or state?
WB: No. They won't allow it. Especially if it's a complaint against a P.S.B. individual, they will protect that person at all costs. This is very well known at the office. No one at P.S.B. is held accountable Gordon. Every single day those people not only do they violate employees rights, what they're doing is illegal. And it's wrong. They get away with it. They get a pass every single time. But yet, like us as an employee, how can you hold me accountable for my actions when you can't hold your own accountable. It's not how that works. It's completely broken. Not only is it broken, the process, it will never be fixed ever. These people at P.S.B. they think that we'll be in compliance with the court monitor. In all phases, it's never gonna happen.
GR: Maybe once there's new leadership in there as Sheriff and then there's some pushback for common sense on the court, because Paul Penzone has, and this is the part that's so troubling about him and the whole situation.
Clip Artist Films has been following it for years. It's widely known Paul Penzone helped frame me in 2017. I have a personal, but also professional interest in making sure he doesn't hurt other citizens or M.C.S.O. employees. What I'm getting at is the concentrated power in his hands holds a lot of weight. Maybe there's an opportunity when the next Sheriff gets in, and Paul gets out of there, the department of P.S.B. can be reformed and overhauled.
WB: In my opinion, and a lot of people feel this way that P.S.B. has proven that they cannot be trusted in conducting fair investigations. A lot of people feel like P.S.B. should be completely removed and it should be a third party that comes in to do these investigations. Because these people, there's so many factors that go in to these investigations.
GR: And the Melendres ruling, legal from M.C.S.O. could start pushing back on that if they wanted to, filing some stuff saying hey - our hands are tied here. But for now it's the perfect excuse for Penzone to bury careers and bury evidence in those files. I'm real curious what's in those IA cases that he doesn't want out. You know?
WB: If you request certain IA cases that are closed, you'll never get them.
GR: I did get one public records request, the career records on Greg Honea, he's the F.A.T.E. detective that helped frame me. I got his IA stuff. He had a long history of evidence tampering just like he did in my case. I don't think Penzone wanted that to get out of the office, but is was sent to me. So sometimes it takes months, but you'll get something.
WB: They're also so behind on public records. Basically they're in the same boat as P.S.B. Gordon, they can't catch up with all their records requests that they're getting from employee and non. And from the court there's like 4 orders where they have to give these records up. They don't even follow that 1/2 the time Gordon. They get in trouble for that.
GR: That's crazy. What a sad state of affairs over there. So let's talk about how you've seen this articulate into the staffing shortages. I have another source telling me that in some areas it's at 50% or below. And have you found that to be true also? Certain areas?
WB: It depends. I want to say every jail is short, every district is short right now. Even including dispatch. We're just so thin. And the issue is, Penzone has single handedly ruined this agency. We can't effectively recruit people anymore. Because of his zero leadership in the office. These people don't care about, they don't care about human life. All they care about is padding their retirement system. All they care about is retiring and making the most amount of money. They don't care about anything else. They don't care about human life.
Penzone's going to be known Gordon as the Sheriff that had the most in line of duty deaths, ever. Some of these deaths they determined they weren't in the line of duty, but they were. We know these people died in the line of duty, but the office determined for political reasons, they didn't want to pay out the money. But this guy's gonna go down as that. We've had numerous people die Gordon. This guy, he doesn't give a fuck! He doesn't care.
GR: Penzone's an interesting character. If you go back on him years and years ago, he was the big face of silent witness. But in 2010, he went into the non-profit Not My Kid. Ended up being the Chief Operations Officer. Then when he first started running for Sheriff the first time it was unclear whether or not he was going to run as a republican or a democrat. What this guy's all about is he has no political grounding himself. He's just doing the bidding of the left and George Soros. The whole agenda is part of this conversation because that's what Soros wants is to cause disruption the US. What better way to do that than strip law enforcemnt agencies and buy off DAs.
WB: Well I believe Penzone has contact with that group. I believe he has contact with somebody that's in direct contact with George Soros. I think part of that agreement is, hey I'll give you this money but you need to do these things for me. The first thing this guy does Gordon when he gets elected Sheriff. One of the first things he does is, we all know George Soros is very pro illegal immigration. George Soros wants everyone to be here. He doesn't give a fuck what country you're in, he believes anyone can be in this country illegally.
First thing Penzone does is he lifts the ICE holds saying, we're not honoring ICE holds anymore. If ICE wants these people, then they'll have to get them after release. We can't hold these people against their will. We're not honoring these holds anymore. Even though there was legal standing. There was case law showing that it wasn't unconstitutional to hold people on these immigration holds from the FEDS. The counties had a right to do that and it wasn't illegal. Penzone didn't give a fuck. That was one of the first things he did. That was to appease George Soros. That had nothing to do other than appeasing George Soros.
GR: Not only that, he created a staff position that had never been there before to have one of George Soros's lawyers as special counsel, Stephanie Cherney.
WB: Yeah she left, Cherney. She left the office, I don't know what happened. I could tell you Gordon, something happened. But no one can tell you what happened. She basically resigned, and it was unexpected. In fact a lot of Paul Penzone's people that he first hired on. Where he brought these people in that were all positions that I say were appointed. But he's gonna claim, oh no they're not appointed positions. All these people he brought in they're all gone. They want nothing to do with the guy.
GR: The PIO that was in there was a guy named Mark Casey. And then he jumped over to ABC15 as News Director, And that's how a lot of the propaganda gets pushed out, especially from that PIO spot. There's always a lot of coordination.
The other point I was making too was, what's really troubling about Penzone, politicians are gonna be politicians...but this guy is so crooked, and so power hungry that years ago if he could have won as a republican, he would have done that if it got him the power. He's a sellout for power.
WB: Only reason he won is because of George Soros. He knows this. A lot of people in the office don't even know who George Soros is. They don't even know all this happened. How do these people not know that? Some people are just out of reality, they're just drinking the kool aid. Oblivious as to what's going on.
GR: Have you heard about him having a burner phone to George Soros? I had somebody else tell me that.
WB: Yes, I heard this. I heard at one point he had direct contact maybe not with him, but someone very close to him. That there's something going on. Penzone is a fucking rat. He can't be trusted. He's proven it. The judge doesn't even trust the guy. The judge thinks he's a piece of shit too. Quite frankly, he should be sitting in a jail cell. What he's doing is not only illegal, but fucking wrong.
GR: I hope something soon happens on that. With him targeting the way he does, and some of the evidence tampering too that I've heard about it.
I want to talk about a very level source that came to Clip Artist Films a few years ago with a tip. I'm curious if you've heard this too or have any first hand knowledge. This tip came from a very high level former M.C.S.O. employee. They allege that some years ago, Penzone was cheating on his current wife, with another man's wife. And when the dude found out about the affair, he went to Penzone's house to pay him a visit and confront him. Then some detectives got involved and Penzone had the report buried. Have you heard of this at all?
WB: I heard about it. Nothing came out because he stopped it.
GR: Okay, I was curious. Because if I have a very reliable source alleging that, and then I'm talking to you and you've heard that. That's multiple sources. The tip that came in was a direct relaying of information about the incident and buried report. Interesting.
Goal after this interview is to provide ongoing coverage until Penzone is fully exposed, because the main stream media won't cover it. We've talked about lots of stuff. What would you want to share with the reader the top 2 or 3 things that are most urgent right now? So the public is aware about it, they can start making some noise and calling their representatives. Would you say there's a couple of hot items you want to address?
WB: There's a lot of issues, but I would say the biggest one is we can't retain people. We can't effectively recruit people anymore. Penzone single handedly did this. The numbers don't lie, Gordon. I can tell you last year we hired 23 Detention Officers. None of them work here.
GR: So 23 hires through training?
WB: 23 Detention Officers were hired, none of them work here anymore. What does that tell you? Don't even get me started with the Deputies, that's another debacle. We do police academies probably max, I want to say probably once every 4 months. At most, at one of those academies, there will be like 10 Deputies. The rest of the class will be from out of county. Literally it's all a complete disaster. We're a laughing stock.
GR: They all left?
WB: Not one of them made it past one year.
GR: What about on the Deputy side?
WB: Numbers for the Deputies are bad, just not that bad. That's the worst possible outcome you can have when none of them come back. In fact what they like to do on these numbers is blame it on Covid. I can tell you Gordon, Covid has nothing to do with this. Are there employees that left the office because of Covid? Yes. This was happening before Covid, writing was on the wall. People that left the agency to go else where or to do something else, I would say when someone gives two weeks notice, Covid is like 20%. And that's being nice. The other 80% is all from the office. They like to say, Covid caused all this.
Fact is nobody wants to work for this agency. It's an F tier agency. There's zero enforcement of the law. Nobody wants to work here because people in the public know it's an F tier agency, the benefits they offer is piss poor. There's no retirement anymore. They opted out of a 20 year retirement for both detention and sworn. They opted out of the 25 year retirement. All you get is a garbage 401k, it's an F tier retirement system that no one will be able to retire off of. And they know this, so we can't effectively recruit people anymore. This guy Penzone has singlehandedly tarnished this agency and he'll always be remembered as that Sheriff.
GR: That leads me to a question. You talked about deaths on duty. And the prolific numbers under his reign, are you inferring that you believe there is a correlation between these untimely deaths and the lack of coverage?
WB: They weren't providing the employees with right equipment to protect themselves from Covid. They were moving people around like it was fentanyl. Literally they were just moving people around. They didn't care about anybody. They just didn't care. Do as I say, not as I do.
GR: That was other concern a recent source had is that exact thing. That if the staffing issues aren't addressed soon that there could be another death. And there's concern with that.
WB: People are dying right and left. They're getting rid of hazard pay at the end of the month. The office is not paying out hazard pay.
GR: That's crazy. Is that singlehandedly Paul's decision or does he have to get...
WB: He claims it's the board of supervisors that decided this. That guy can't be trusted. Nothing that comes out of that guy's mouth, nobody trusts that guy. Not even his own wife trusts that guy. That guy's a fucking idiot.
GR: Well I keep telling him on social media that he should start doing pushups, because in prison he'll have to be in shape you know.
WB: He's got different costumes for something different. One day he's a clown. The next day he's wearing clown shoes. The next day he looks like a horses ass. The guy basically makes up everything as he goes. He wants to hold other people accountable, yet this guy is on record calling people a piece of shit, right? On record to the media in front of the whole world. He wants to hold everyone accountable for their actions. And this guy just wears whatever the hell he wants. None of these uniforms are approved. He's the Sheriff so he can do whatever the fuck he wants because he knows nothing can come back to him.
GR: He has this one outfit where he dresses like a cowboy gangster. That's when I like to call him Sheriff Conman. He thinks he's in the mafia, and he is. In Doug Ducey's mafia actually.
WB: Maybe he's got a fetish. Who knows, maybe his best friend George Soros helps him pick out these goofy ass uniforms, so he can approve more illegals. He's a goofball.
GR: Yeah, total goofball. So let's talk about a call to action or a solution. How would you like to see the public react to this interview? How would you like to see the political structure react? And what do you see as far as Jerry Sheridan or somebody similar coming in that knows how to reform the culture, do you see any immediate aid to address the staffing solution?
WB: I don't think there's any. I don't think there's any kind of resolution. In the near future I think the only way it could possibly get any better is if this guy does not rerun. Or if he runs again he gets beat. Because if he gets another term it's only going to get worse.
GR: Hasn't M.C.S.O. lost contracts with governments they were servicing?
WB: Yeah, we have lost contracts which has never happened in the history of the office. We've lost contracts to patrol out in these unincorporated communities.
GR: And that's because they didn't like the quality of the product?
WB: Correct. There was no enforcement of the law. The most recent was Litchfield Park. We had the contract there for the longest time. There was a lot of issues with that. One of the biggest ones was the City manager said they couldn't provide 24/7 coverage. So Litchfield Park said hey, if you guys can't provide 24/7 coverage here to protect the citizens of Litchfield Park then we're not going to renew the contract. That's ludicrous. It's ridiculous that the office was charging rate, yet these people are not in the city Gordon. They're out eating, sleeping in their car, in another city. And no enforcement of the law. There's no presence, absolutely no presence. They said, have a nice day and they contracted with Avondale. And in fact I think the contract with Avondale was way more money than what we were getting. More money because they could provide 24/7 coverage.
GR: If you can't staff the jails and staff yourself, how are you going to staff anyone else?
WB: You certainly can't staff the street. Same with Queen Creek. There's a lot of issues in Queen Creek. Same thing. Lot of similar issues. They were tired of it. You really think Queen Creek as a City wanted to fund their own police department? Absolutely not. That's a lot of money that they had to use. But they were tired of the Sheriff's office. I don't blame them.
GR: When there are whistleblowers or a whistleblower that can identify misuse of federal funds, there's a whistleblowing lawsuit called a Qui Tam. The Department of Justice is compelled to investigate under seal. That may be a solution, is to somehow if there's a way to file that. Because that's the point of that protection is to get the truth out to the public without fear of retaliation. And to penalize those that are abusing federal money.
WB: Not only are they abusing federal money, they're committing theft of tax payer funds. They're wasting tax payers money. At one point P.S.B. was granted unlimited overtime. How in the hell...you have these P.S.B. investigators making almost as much as they do in thier regular salary in overtime. And none of these cases are being completed on time? Somebody please explain to me what the hell is going on at P.S.B., when you try to get answers that won't give you anything. Because they know they can't give out the information. We have to do everything within our power to make sure this information doesn't get out to the public, the judge or the court monitors. It's criminal. They're literally stealing money from the tax payer and the employees on our dime. They don't care.
GR: That's the thing. If funds are being misappropriated that come from the government. For example the F.AT.E. team ya'll have over there. That's a co-joined task force with the F.B.I. So there's all these different programs and the thing is if they're abusing the money in that way. You know the old saying, where there's smoke there's fire. I wouldn't look past if it was really looked into straight up direct financial crimes or money laundering and that type of stuff. That's what often happens with corruption, it's not just the stuff on the surface.
WB: I believe it's there. These people they won't give you nothing. They are so concerned and afraid. Once you start to find something Gordon, if the office finds out it's this person or that person, they'll obviously go after you.
GR: First thing next week I'll be calling the news desks and M.C.S.O. looking for comment on this interview and that P.S.B. division.
WB: They're not going to say anything. They might say, ooh we're doing the best we can.
GR: They can say whatever the hell they want to. But at the end of the day the facts are the facts. They're abusing employees. And by doing that they're abusing the citizenry too.
WB: The public doesn't trust them. And then Gordon it's hilarious, because these fucking idiots. I've spoken to the Chief. What these people do is they blame the court monitor. These pieces of shit at P.S.B. - we can't do our jobs because of this stupid court order and the judge doesn't want to give us any lead way. And I'm sitting there Gordon going huh...why would the judge grant P.S.B. any kind of lead way when they have already shit on him and they cannot be trusted?
They are stupid Gordon, Fucking stupid. Why in the hell would they think the judge would give them any kind of lead way or leniency? They can't get into compliance with anything. Then they blame the court monitors, the court monitors don't investigate cases. All they do is review them.
GR: They're just going off the work that's being provided in the file. And if the work is being put together by someone that's shady, then it's just just a big stroke job. The whole thing.
WB: They would never admit they fucked up and never apologize.
GR: That was a hell of an interview, very insightful. Thank you so much for stepping forward.
WB: At this point we're literally hemorrhaging. We have zero. We can't get nobody.
GR: Well maybe this is a plea to the public to start shaking some trees with the politicians and the news stations.
WB: Once you publish this, once it comes out the first thing the Sheriff's office will do is these people that work at headquarters, these people are going to be moving. They usually just sit there in one position. They don't ever leave that office until something from the news starts leaking out. Then they do shit.
GR: They might have control of the Arizona media a little bit, but there will be many follow ups to this information.
WB: They are going to set their focus on trying to find out who the mole was, where the leak came from. They are wasting their time. But good luck to them.
GR: Maybe if they retaliate against you, we'll have a part 2 to this interview.
WB: Well you can add this as the kicker. When employees are suing the office, what does that tell you? There's something clearly wrong here. When employees are suing the office because they are violating people's civil rights. The writing is on the wall. They have this mission statement. One M.C.S.O. - that is the biggest crock of shit I've ever heard. That's a complete facade, there is no meaning behind any of that. It's a lie, there is no mission statement.
After previous failed attempts to wrestle the Maricopa County Sheriff's office from Joe Arpaio, Paul Penzone was finally successful in 2016 when Billionaire George Soros put millions into his campaign. Penzone's administration would include Stephanie Cherny, a long time Soros loyalist and an obvious political payback that proves to be a family affair. Behind the big show Penzone is a left wing activist hiding behind the badge.
A snake of the special variety. When an assault on his first wife surfaced during the campaigns, the shady candidate used his charms to spin the narrative into attacking Joe Arpaio. Penzone is so slippery he was able to get his ex-wife to change her story publicly in spite of a police report from years earlier proving indeed Penzone assaulted her causing physical injury, this according to the prior sworn statement.
Needless to say with such a doofus at the helm it's only to be expected that there are other cover ups and shenanigans.
FABRICATED I.A. CASES TO PLAGIARISM
MARCH 15TH, 2019
Surveillance by government vehicles prompted this whistle blower protection call to Glendale P.D. in March of 2019. Shortly after, Rose's probation officer established a code system for his whereabouts after clearing with supervisor. Getting concerned for safety or that he may be framed again, Rose took the risk of a probation violation and published the initial raw #GCSOC footage. Later P.O. would acknowledge by email that there may indeed be a conspiracy present in the Rose case.
NOVEMBER 19TH, 2019
After being pressured into plea deal with threat of more false charges, Rose was supposed to get his devices back from M.C.S.O. evidence department July 2018. Law requires all property must be returned 90 days after sentencing, once the opportunity to appeal has lapsed. Year later email activity is released showing dirty cop Honea furthering of frame job and cover up as he tries to illegally destroy #GCSOC footage. The dirty cop attempts to illegally destroy the #GCSOC footage pretending a letter was sent.
MAY 3RD, 2019
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