Everybody that writes books don't agree with what is in the book.
with criminal activity because the judge had ruled against him.
"Justice is not just a matter of law, it's also a matter of judgment," Pinal County Judge William O'Neil said. "People always have concern when branches of government clash."
And although O'Neil said he did not want to comment on the merits of the case, he felt that the motion before the Supreme Court had a likelihood of success, one of the criteria a judge must consider in granting a stay, which in effect, is a postponement until a higher court rules on a matter of law.
The nutjob semiliterate pseuodpatriot supporters of Sheriff Joe will no doubt see this as more evidence of a vast (Mexican?) conspiracy—when you believe in a conspiracy, everything is evidence of the conspiracy.