Focus on Arpaio 

A new documentary doesn't do much to make Maricopa County's terrible sheriff more likable

"In high definition on television, they can see a lot," explains Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. His new teeth, claims the lawman, cost $20,000, an expense Arpaio incurred so America could see that award-winning smile. The country's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff is one…

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