PHOENIX - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is under fire again, this time because of Rolling Stone Magazine.
The magazine's website features a new article on the sheriff titled "The Long, Lawless Ride of Sheriff Joe Arpaio."
The article accuses Arpaio of "locking up the innocent, arresting his critics, and racial profiling."
Reporter Joe Hagan also calls Sheriff Joe "America's meanest and most corrupt politician."
Arpaio is quoted in the article as saying: "My people said, 'You're stupid to do an interview with that magazine,' but hey, controversy – well, it hasn't hurt me in 50 years."
ABC15 tried to get a response from Arpaio, but he declined to comment.
You can read the full article on Rolling Stone's website.
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