Episode 101: This is Not a Threat

Hillary and Tina cover US Army Major Ian Fishback and former Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio.

Hillary’s Story
Prior to earning the rank of major in the US Army Special Forces, Ian Fishback served as Captain of 1st Battalion,504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division during the Global War on Terror. BUT, when he witnesses the torture of detainees, he begins a crusade to stop prisoner abuse in the Middle East.

Tina’s Story
For 23 years, Joe Arpaio served as Maricopa County sheriff and became known as America’s Toughest Sheriff. BUT, after SIX TERMS, his horrible acts of racism and intolerance catch up to him, he faces his own trial.

Hillary's Story
Human Rights Watch
Leadership Failure

Hi-Phi Nation Podcast
Moral Exploitation (Season 1, Episode 2)

Rand Corporation
Suicide Among Veterans--by Rajeev Ramchand

The CIA Tortured People for Years. Meet the 5 Brave People Who Tried to Stop It--by Matt Connolly

Harvard Carr Center for Human Rights Policy
Panel 3 - Ian Fishback--via YouTube

University of Pennsylvania (Law)
Ian Fishback Bio

The final, anguished years of a warrior-scholar who exposed torture by U.S. troops--by Quil Lawrence
Ian Fishback's death spotlights the mental illness crisis suffered by veterans

Beaulieu Funeral Home
Major Ian Fishback, PH.D

The Nation
Duty, Honor, Country: Ian Fishback and the Idea of America--by Andrew J. Bacevich

Government Info
Detainee Treatment Act of 2005

Detainee Treatment Act
Ian Fishback

The New York Times
Maj. Ian Fishback, Who Exposed Abuse of Detainees, Dies at 42

Captain Ian Fishback--Wikimedia Commons
Senator John McCain--by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images via NBC News
Abu Gharib--from Associated Press via Daily News

Tina's Story
Joe Arpaio
Pardon of Joe Arpaio

The Guardian
Arizona's 'concentration camp': why was Tent City kept open for 24 years?--by Valeria Fernandez
Joe Arpaio: inside the fallout of Trump’s pardon--by Jude Joffe-Block and Terry Greene Sterling
Sheriff Joe Arpaio guilty of contempt for ignoring order to stop racial profiling--by The Associated Press

The New York Times
When a Taste for Publicity Bites Back--by Fernando Santos
Last Inmates Leave Tent City, a Remnant of Joe Arpaio--by Maya Salam

Sheiff Joe Arpaio Website
Re-Elect Sheriff Joe Arpaio

With the latest payout, former Sheriff Joe Arpaio has cost Arizona taxpayers $100M--Associated Press

NPR WLRN The Two Way
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Infamous 'Tent City Jail' Closes

The Washington Post via The Marshall Project
A champion of ‘the rule of law’: Pence praises pardoned Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio

Arizona Central
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he plans to run for mayor of Fountain Hills--by Renata Cio

Joe Arpaio loses Republican primary for sheriff to his former chief deputy--by Veronica Stracqualursi
Why Joe Arpaio was found guilty--By Joan Biskupic
Sheriff runs female chain gang

Rolling Stone
The Long, Lawless Ride of Sheriff Joe Arpaio--by Joe Hagan

"He's Going to Say My Name"--by Terry Greene Sterling and Jude Joffe-Block

Five Reasons Racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio Should Not Receive a Presidential Pardon--by Brian Tashman

Phoenix New Times
A Phony Murder Plot Against Joe Arpaio Winds Up Costing Taxpayers $1.1 Million--by JOHN DICKERSON
Prisoners Hang Themselves in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Jails at a Rate That Dwarfs Other County Lockups--by MICHAEL LACEY
Joe Arpaio Loses: New Times Co-Founders Win $3.75 Million Settlement for 2007 False Arrests--by MATTHEW HENDLEY

New York Daily News
Restaurant owner raided by Sheriff Joe Arpaio gets $5 million settlement--by Joseph Wilkinson

The Collected Crimes of Sheriff Joe Arpaio--by Danielle Tcholakian

It's Impossible to Overstate How Truly Vile Joe Arpaio Is--by Jack Moore

Sheriff Joe Arpaio—photo by Gage Skidmore (CC BY SA 2.0)
Tent City Outdoor Prison—screenshot from Newsy via YouTube
Presidential Pardon from Trump—via Public Domain