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Saturday, 25 January 2014

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Sheriff "Pinky" Arpaio placed 38 inmates in a cell meant for 2.

MARICOPA COUNTY, Arizona - Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio has proclaimed himself to be The Toughest Sheriff in The United States.

The 81-year-old received his nickname from Vice-President Joe Biden because of Arpaio's policy of making his inmates dress all in pink; pink jumpsuits, pink flip-flops, pink socks, and pink underwear.

American Spotlight Magazine has revealed that Mexico has filed a lawsuit stating that making prisoners wear pink clothes is unnatural and it goes against everything that great American presidents like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Millard Fillmore stood for.

Arpaio recently became very angry when 38 of his convicts burned photographs of the Statue of Liberty that had been placed in each inmates' cell.

Sheriff Arpaio informed the news media that he will take money from the prison's food account and he will buy more photographs of the Statue of Liberty.

In the meantime, the 38 prisoners who burned the photos of Miss Liberty will have to subside for 7 days on a diet of bread, water, and half a jalapeƱo.

SIDENOTE: Sheriff "Pinky" Arpaio told American Spotlight Magazine's Cutter Shiloh that he is going to teach his inmates to be respectful, happy, and patriotic or else he'll ship them off to Shanghai, China.

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