55 Thoughts to “Justice Department to Investigate ‘Sheriff Joe’”

  1. Moon-howler

    There is clonging and then cloning. I am not sure where cloning fits in to this subject. I thought human cloning, as in recreating duplicate human beings was strictly forbidden.

  2. YankeeForever

    On the subject of cloning in embryonic stem cell research:

    ES cells also could be derived from embryos created through somatic cell nuclear transfer, or cloning. In fact, several scientists believed that deriving ES cells in this manner is the most promising approach to developing treatments because the condition of in vitro fertilization (IVF) embryos stored over time is questionable and this type of cloning could overcome graft-host responses if resulting therapies were developed from the recipient’s own DNA.


  3. Punchak

    MH- 12;20

    I have no idea how come Barkeley ended up in the tent compound, but I saw him sitting at a wooden picnic table in Tshirt and, I suppose, his own shorts. Maybe other inmates besides illegal immigrants are also sent to Joe. As my old friend used to say: “Search me?”

  4. Moon-howler

    LOL If everyone else was in pink long johns, he should have been also.

    Yank, so when you say cloning, you are speaking of cell cloning not human cloning…like making another human being like they do sheep?

    I don’t know enough about it to argue it from a physiological point of view. It just isn’t something that bothers me. I guess if I were going to get squeamish, it would be over invitro fertilization to start with.

    What does bother me is that woman having 14 kids and no way to support them. Now THAT bothers me. The doctor who allowed that to happen should go to jail.

  5. Chris

    “Sir Charles” was not sent to Sheriff Joe’s. He was in Maricopa County home to Pheonix at the time of the DUI incident. Charles Barkley played for the Pheonix Suns. Within hours of Bartley’s arrival at the jail he was giving a “press conference”. Bartley was not dressed in the traditional stripes that other inmates were.

    Here’s the video clip and article on his time in the “tent city”. He was sentenced to 3 days in jail and was on “work release” for those 3 days.

    Hey Moon, and that’s your “pop culture” lesson of the day. 🙂

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