• Sheriff Arpaio Caught a Pennsylvania Man Who Flew to Arizona to Have Sex With Horses

    Okay. So this one might be a little hard to swallow. But these are crazy times. And, after all, this is Obama’s America.

    Arizona Sheriff Arpaio made his name a few years ago for his tough stance on illegal immigrants, how he dresses his inmates in pink clothing while they peddle electricity into his county jail, and for opening investigations into Barack Obama’s birth certificate.

    But even I must admit that I’ve never seen the good sheriff’s name associated with such a ridiculous headline, until now.

    Here’s more from KNXV-TV:

    Sheriff’s deputies say a man from Pennsylvania flew to Phoenix, Arizona, to have sex with horses.

    His arrest was part of a police sting, but officials say the man bragged about doing this before. When he arrived, investigators recorded the meeting. Caught on video by undercover deputies, Michael Crawford told investigators that for 35 years he’s been traveling the country having sex with horses.

    “And he got away with it. He would have gotten away with this one too, but he happened to pick the wrong county,” said Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County.

    Sheriff Arpaio says investigators started looking into Crawford after he posted an elaborately detailed online ad about his desires. Animal crimes detectives responded and after nine months of calls and emails, Crawford flew to Phoenix. Undercover detectives met him at the airport and showed him the horses.

    “When he was arrested he was shocked. He said, ‘I didn’t do anything.’ Well he did,” said Arpaio.

    Arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit bestiality, deputies say Crawford has no prior criminal record. This is the 8th time someone has been arrested for bestiality by Maricopa Animal Crimes.

    “You may say he is sick. You can say whatever you want with him, but people do strange things,” Arpaio said.

    If convicted on the felony bestiality charge, Crawford could spend 1-4 years in jail.

    Man, there are some truly sick individuals out there.

    Hats off to Sheriff Joe Arpaio for helping to take this lunatic off the streets.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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