™ pardons 129 serial killers including Sheriff Arpaio

Funny story written by Gringo Lobos

Sunday, 27 August 2017

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Here we see part of the lucky group of serial killers pardoned by™

Cowering behind the Texas hurricane™ has committed yet another impeachable act and pardoned Americas 129 of the US worst serial killers.

They are to be employed as™ personal protection group and also assist sheriff arpaio to run the Mexican Wall Gulags. Arpaio is said to be over the moon, that not only does he avoid hanging out with latino gangs in jail, which probably wouldn't have ended well for him, he now gets to run a government endorsed concentration camp. Though of course he was so humble as to feign initially not accepting it but then he was quoted as saying "How could you be disrespectful to the Greatest President of all times, therefore i changed my mind a decided to accept the pardon and the new Gulag job+.

Other notables that will be joining him in terrorizing the US are
Gary Ridgway with a score of 49
Ted Bundy with body count of 35
John Wayne Gracy with 33

When it was pointed out these dudes are actually dead™ did not seem to care and said "they are very fine people".

Further another 125 selected criminals guilty of the most horrific crimes against humanity are being screened for their suitability to work with sheriff arpaio. With the sheriff very pleased with the quality field on candidates he has been given. He is quoted as saying that many of them will help him at the Mexican Wall Gulag, whilst others will join the Roaming Death Squads on the streets looking for dissidents.

Some commentators were asking is aprio even an American name?

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