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Arpaio subsequently started to sell customized pink boxers (with the Maricopa County Sheriff's logo and "Go Joe") as a fund-raiser for Sheriff's Posse Association.Despite allegations of misuse of funds received from these sales, Arpaio declined to provide an accounting for the money.During the summer of 2003, when outside temperatures exceeded 110 °F (43 °C), Arpaio said to complaining inmates, "It's 120 degrees in Iraq and the soldiers are living in tents and they didn't commit any crimes, so shut your mouths! One of Arpaio's public relations actions was the requirement that inmates wear pink underwear in order to prevent its theft by the released inmates.He claimed this saved the county ,000 in the first year the rule was in effect.In 2010, he became a flashpoint for opposition to Arizona's SB1070 anti-illegal immigrant law, which was largely struck down by the Supreme Court of the United States.Arpaio has been accused of various types of police misconduct, including abuse of power, misuse of funds, failure to investigate sex crimes, improper clearance of cases, unlawful enforcement of immigration laws, and election law violations. Department of Justice concluded that Arpaio oversaw the worst pattern of racial profiling in U. history, and subsequently filed suit against him for unlawful discriminatory police conduct.The ban was challenged on First Amendment grounds, but was upheld by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.broadcasting classical music, opera, Frank Sinatra hits, patriotic music, and educational programming five days a week, four hours each day. Wake ruled in 20 that the Maricopa County jails violated the constitutional rights of inmates in medical and other care-related issues.
In a statement to ABC15, the sheriff's office claimed "The Goldwater Institute’s report cites the FBI’s Uniform Code [sic] Reporting handbook, which is a voluntary crime-reporting program to compile statistical information and reports.In late 2008 and early 2009, Arpaio appeared in Smile... , a three-episode Fox Reality Channel series in which persons with outstanding warrants were tricked into presenting themselves for arrest.He also banned inmates from possessing "sexually explicit material" including Playboy magazine, after female officers complained that inmates openly masturbated while viewing the articles.; born June 14, 1932) is a former American law enforcement officer.He served as the 36th Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona for 24 years, from 1993 to 2017, losing reelection to Democrat Paul Penzone in 2016.