Skip to comments.FOX-Megan Kelly Interview: Sheriff Dupnick Supplies Evidence for His Own Impeachment?
Posted on 01/09/2011 5:42:21 PM PST by drpix
Here's a remarkable video of Tucson Democrat hatchet man Sheriff Dupnik on Fox with Megan Kelly.
Using his office for partisan political attacks and jeopardizing the assassination prosecution.
Lawyering up, when asked about talk of Loughner's prior death threats.
And yet admitting that they were only "fairly recent" and therefore clearly before the crime and arrest of yesterday.
What are the professional standards of that office?
[Great job Megan!]
(Excerpt) Read more at video.foxnews.com ...
you can tell she was being gentle with him in a way. Senile old fool....
you can tell she was being gentle with him in a way. Senile old fool....
Fruit of the poisonous tree
Big Moutho El Sheriffo is likely providing an out for the defense attorneys and highly-paid shrink ($1500 a day plus here 12 years ago!) defense witnesses
A Judge needs to tell El Sheiffo that he will be fined and tossed in the clink for blabbing and babbleing non-stop
Defense will demand change of venue, use El Sheriffo’s TV vids as evidence in court
Killer’s mommy works for a gov. agency there I believe - but I could be wrongo
We still have the CCW permits....useful if you want to carry in a state that has a reciprocity agreement. But if I stay in the state, I can carry concealed without any kind of permit. My favorite is the .357.
IOW, permits exist, but you don’t have to have one if you stay in AZ.
I did read that Garret has been having these outdoor townhalls for years. One mentioned 2007, another 2009. I imagine that will come to a stop for any others wo do it as it’s much more dangerous now.
It certainly sounds like the Sheriff opened his mouth way too wide!
I can’t believe he’s still going with this line “...vitriolic statements made night and day on radio and TV...” and dodges the question asked if there’s any evidence he listened to radio or tv.
Why do you need a lawyer Sheriff?
You’re the top cop in the county...unless you are a criminal yourself.
Dupnik has been flying below the radar screen for decades. What do you think he knows about drug smuggling, human trafficking and arms trafficking in Pima County over the past thirty years?
Since a Federal Judge was killed and a U.S. Congresswoman was injured in YOUR JURISDICTION, the entire case is now in Federal hands in Phoenix. You have no power to compromise this Federal Investigation. You’re entire Sheriff’s Department is going to be TOSSED...BIG TIME!!!
YOU, Sheriff Dupnik are guilty of criminal negligence in this matter. Judge Roll had received repeated death threats, yet YOU did nothing.
Don’t worry though...you’re minions and subordinates are already cutting deals with the Feds.
Goodbye Mr. Dupnik...Have a nice day.
And the people said...AMEN!!!
Dang...She is Hot.
OH CRAP MY SCREENS SMOKING.
She actually invited the killer to her Congress on the Corner event!
She knew he was a rad nutcase from before!
I did not know what you stated but he may have come to some of her other outdoor townhalls and she didn’t know he was that dangerous. Hu nose..!
If Loughlin had not applied for a CCW, I believe that Loughlin would only be required to submit to the Federal NICS check. If that is the case, the county would have no jurisdiction in approval of a firearm purchase.
Jared had convictions for drug use why did the Sheriffs office approve the purchase?
The county diversion program likely eliminated the record of the conviction.
Amy and Randy Loughlen are Jareds parents. His mother is a county employee. She works for Parks and Recreation in the Natural Resources Department. Is the fact she is a fellow employee of the county play a role in Sheriff Dupnik not pursuing charges against Jared for threatening people?
The question Im concerned with is this: were the Loughlens cut some slack by the Sheriffs office because of their politics, maybe theyre Democratic Party activists, or because their son was mentally ill?
Amy Loughlin being a county employee is an interesting development in this story. Also, I was very curious if the College Police Department had shared any of their reports with the county as to Jared Loughlin's issues with the college regarding his menacing behavior. Any prior knowledge by the Sheriff's Office would be very bad.
DUpnik is a DUmprik.
Should Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik be recalled?
This Sheriff is using this unspeakable tragedy to further his own political agenda. This is clearly a misuse of his office.
He is deliberately misleading the general public as to the cause and nature of yesterdays attack and is, by his own words, furthering the climate of hatred, vitriol and violence by this obscene falsehood.
He is unworthy of his office.
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(D-PA) Congressman Paul Kanjorski on Gov.-Elect Rick Scott: “Shoot Him”
By Jeffrey Lord on 11.9.10 @ 10:09AM
Congressman Paul Kanjorski, the Pennsylvania Democrat who just lost his seat to Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta, a Republican, had another target on his mind before he lost his election.
Curiously, that would be Rick Scott, now the Republican Governor-elect of Florida.
(D-PA) Congressman Paul Kanjorski is clearly not a Scott fan. In fact, he has suggested that the Governor-elect should be shot.
You read that right. Here’s the quote, which seemed to vanish in the pre-election haze. It was reported at the time in the Scranton Times:
“That Scott down there that’s running for governor of Florida,” Mr. Kanjorski said. “Instead of running for governor of Florida, they ought to have him [sic](???) and shoot him.
Put him against the wall and shoot him. He stole billions of dollars from the United States government and he’s running for governor of Florida.
He’s a millionaire and a billionaire. He’s no hero. He’s a damn crook. It’s just we don’t prosecute big crooks.”
The people of Florida, apparently, have a slightly different view.....
Interesting comments there
Not a TEA Party guy
An elected democrat Congressman Paul Kanjorski in Pennslyvania calling for (R-FL) Governor Rick Scott to be (???) and then put up against a wall and be shot!
He’s been Sheriff there FOREVER. He’d have to have been pulling the trigger to get recalled, or at least so he’d think.
The Chief should have been assigned better handlers, hes coming off purely as a political hack, this never would have happened under the Clintons.
Worse, the FBI director couldnt even look up when he pumped the narrative. It suggests the FBI director has some shame unlike the Chief, but follows orders none the less.
“If Loughlin had not applied for a CCW, I believe that Loughlin would only be required to submit to the Federal NICS check. If that is the case, the county would have no jurisdiction in approval of a firearm purchase.”
Someone else on another post made the same argument as you did here, and that other person quoted Arizona State law stating a requirement by Arizona for the County Sheriff to vouch that a person purchasing a firearm had no mental defects. OOPs!
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