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Arizona Loses a Great Sheriff

retire05 Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 2:17 PM
Let me see if I understand this correctly: Devers rolls his vehicle in broad daylight on a road that he would have no reason to be speeding on, and there is one less Arizona sheriff to point out the failure of the Obama administration to protect U.S. citizens from illegal immigration? And no one is supposed to suspect anything is unusual in the facts of his accident? Unlike another Arizona sheriff who took on the Obama administration and Nappy Jan, Devers didn't have any skeletons in his closet for the Obamabots to destroy him with. But now he's dead. Prayers to his family, and all the people he served, and if someone doesn't look hard into this accident, then just sell Arizona to Mexico.
aebe Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 2:36 AM
If you were right,rural parts of America would be depopulated in no time at all.common ? Sounds like you are making excuses.
A cloud of dust,and a good man has gone under ? Doesn't sound right.

Opinionated-American Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 10:42 PM
Talking about a man that knew the country. Well trained officer. JUST FELL ASLEEP?
Met him once. Ya I got the ticket. But I was doing 95 mph. "Son tell you this. Your not good enough driver to speeding these road". Hate pay the fine. But I liked his attitude. R.I.P Sheriff.
Bubbalou Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 10:47 AM
Then you know exactly what I'm talking about, then. Maybe he had a heart attack at the wheel. It happens all the time. Maybe he looked away and the road turned and he didn't. It happens all the time. Irrespective of what matters he was involved with, these beliefs that somehow this is the work of an evil empire speaks to the intellect of those making these unfounded, ridiculous claims. Until I have facts at hand, I have no questions as I have seen many rollouts here in Central TEXAS.
retire05 Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 11:04 PM
Bubbalou, sorry, but you are trying to tell a Texan about driving on gravel roads and being miles from home and if you want to talk about long distances, drive from Fort Bend County, Texas to Raton, New Mexico and then get back to me. There are parts of Texas where a road is nothing more than an old wagon path but you don't read about people driving them in broad daylight at normal speed and having a roll over.

Sheriff Devern was outspoken about the lies being told us by that gorilla, Janet Napolitano, and her boss about how "safe" our borders are. Now that voice has been silenced and you don't even have a small question about how a very compentent sheriff died in such a way?

Sorry, but I do.

Arizona has suffered the loss of a great man and a fine Sheriff. Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever died last night after rolling his vehicle on a U. S. Forest Service road. Dever was known for his tough stance on combating illegal immigration and for treating people with respect. He will be missed.

 Larry Dever, the four-term Republican sheriff of Cochise County, has died in a one-vehicle crash near the northern Arizona town of Williams. He was 60.

Dever's death was confirmed early Wednesday by the sheriff's department.

Sheriff's spokeswoman...

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