The Results Are In: Arizona Jury Makes Final Decision On Joe Arpaio's Accusation

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The Results Are In: Arizona Jury Makes Final Decision On Joe Arpaio's Accusation

After being constantly attacked by the left, with everything they had thrown at him, an Arizona jury has just ruled for Arpaio in a lawsuit brought on by sen. Jeff Flake’s son, Austin Flake.

If you missed that, Arpaio led a criminal investigation case against Jeff Flake’s son, where Austin and his Wife had allegedly killed stray dogs for their entertainment. Even going so far to gather 21 stray dogs, lock them in a room with the air conditioning turned off, so he and his wife can watch the life leave the poor overheated creatures.

Flake had accused Joe Arpaio of using a criminal case against him to gain publicity for himself. And the whole story was prolonged and they never came to an agreement.

Now, an Arizona jury has refused to award damages against former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio at a civil trial for bringing a since-dismissed criminal case against one of Sen. Jeff Flake’s sons in the heat-exhaustion deaths of 21 dogs.

Jurors deliberated nearly an hour before ruling late Thursday against Austin Flake and his then-wife Logan Brown in their malicious-prosecution lawsuit stemming from Arpaio’s investigation into the heat-exhaustion deaths of 21 dogs at a kennel operated by Flake’s in-laws.

Flake and Brown, who were in college at the time, were caring for the dogs while the in-laws were out of town.

Stephen Montoya, the couple’s attorney, said his clients disagree with the verdict said that they were grateful for “the opportunity to force former Sheriff Arpaio and his subordinates at Maricopa County to account for their indisputably reckless conduct.

“The struggle to hold government officials accountable has always required a steep, perilous climb,” Montoya said in a statement.

Montoya said the federal judge in the case said during the trial he wouldn’t enter a final judgment until lawyers for Arpaio and the county explain a failure to turn over documents in the case. “We will assess our future options in this fight when the county complies with the court’s order,” Montoya said.

Jeffrey Leonard, an attorney representing Arpaio and the county, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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