Arizona Sheriff to Segregate Military Veteran Inmates

Sheriff Joe Arpaio to house vets in a wing of Maricopa County Jail designed to help them cope with PTSD.
3:00 | 12/11/13

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And other controversial idea from a controversial sheriff Joseph Arpaio in Phoenix Arpaio says he's going to begin separating his jail inmates who are military veterans. Try to help them with programs designed for former servicemen that means about 250 -- that's will be moved to a special housing unit in the next ten days. -- military veterans housing unit will feature patriotic decor. -- says his goal is to help them and find jobs deal with addictions and other mental health issues. The veterans administration has signed on to help a couple of caveats though those with murder or felony convictions are not part of this new program. And all the vets who are eligible must continue to Wear the prison issued pink underwear.

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