I am the former director of special education for a few public school districts in New York and one of the largest charter school entities in Arizona.

If I had not taken the proper legally required actions to investigate even one claim of a sex crime within the special education departments that I oversaw, do you think I would have still had a job?

So tell me, why does Sheriff (Joe) Arpaio still have his job after it is documented that he did not investigate over 400 sex crimes, many involving children, with one as young as 2 years old?

Fred Barlam

 

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