HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » Forums & Groups » Retired » Retired Forums » 2016 Postmortem (Forum) » Bipartisan Coalition Laun...

Sat Oct 6, 2012, 09:47 AM

Bipartisan Coalition Launches Controversial Ad to Defeat Sheriff Arpaio

PHOENIX - Citizens for Professional Law Enforcement (CFPLE), a bipartisan group of elected officials, civic and business leaders today announced their first television ad buy to defeat Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Before even airing on network and cable television, our ad began making waves when in a KPHO CBS interview, drawing and angry and defensive response from Arpaio campaign manager Chad Willems, who called it “shameless.”

“’Shameless’ is a political weasel word that campaign operatives use when they can’t dispute the facts,” said Carlos Sierra, campaign manager for CFPLE. “Joe Arpaio is the one who should be ashamed for ignoring hundreds of sex crimes involving women and children, but having the time and resources to investigate President Obama’s birth certificate in Hawaii.”

State Representative and co-chair Ruben Gallego stated, “It is important for voters to see this controversial ad, as hard as it is, because it is based on an actual case that Sheriff Arpaio ignored. Those victims and their families deserve justice, and Maricopa County deserves a new sheriff.”

Devin Fleenor, founder of the popular People Against Sheriff Joe Arpaio Facebook page, conceptualized and produced the hard-hitting ad. Fleenor has teamed up with Citizens for Professional Law Enforcement to help reach a greater audience on television.




Ad Script:

Rape Victim: “We lived in the same neighborhood. When he said he’d walk me home, I thought I’d be safe. But then he just, he just tackled me. I got away from him and I ran and I hid, but he found me. He threw me to the ground, he pulled down my pants, and I tried to scream but…”

Text: 432 SEX CRIMES IGNORED; 432 VICTIMS SILENCED.

Rape Victim: “Sheriff Arpaio, why didn’t you do something?”

Much more information on Arpaio's failure to investigate 432 sex crime cases can be found at: http://noarpaio.org

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/10/06/1140941/-Bipartisan-Coalition-Controversial-Ad-to-Defeat-Sheriff-Arpaio

1 replies, 829 views

Reply to this thread

Back to top Alert abuse

Always highlight: 10 newest replies | Replies posted after I mark a forum
Replies to this discussion thread
Arrow 1 replies Author Time Post
Reply Bipartisan Coalition Launches Controversial Ad to Defeat Sheriff Arpaio (Original post)
DonViejo Oct 2012 OP
titaniumsalute Oct 2012 #1

Response to DonViejo (Original post)

Sat Oct 6, 2012, 09:57 AM

1. Wow!

Very disturbing. I think they should clarify a little though about what the quote said about the commercial. Sheriff Arpaio has spent millions and timeless resources looking for Pres. Obama's birth certificate while ignoring 432 sexual crime victims.

Reply to this post

Back to top Alert abuse Link here Permalink

Reply to this thread