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**Breaking News**

Did Steven Scharboneau commit perjury?

We don’t make judgements. Only judges do. But we’ll present the facts and let everyone decide for themselves.

I present you with a paradox. Criminals lie. Attorneys are forbidden to, so what happens when you allow a dangerous felon to become an attorney. Will they lie?

A few weeks ago we broke a story about Arizona allowing a dangerous felon, Steven Scharboneau, to become an attorney.

Today, said attorney submitted an affidavit accusing us of harassment, defamation, and misrepresenting his family to the public.

The affidavit he wrote was as follows:

The public record (PSI)  information came from:

I have taken the liberty of color coding line for line where we took our information from.

The paradox has been solved.

Tune in next week for our next article:

Craig Rosenstein: Did he Become the Monster he Sought to Destroy
Why did he team up with Andrew Ivchenko and ask for 2,400 removal credits?

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Renee Ivchenko Arrest

She went through a diversion program. To get into the program, you have to sign a document that says you admit guilt. I’ll let you decide. Body cam footage below.

Booking Number: T452814
Booking Date: 04/21/2018
Height: 5’07
Weight: 125
Eye Color: HAZEL
D.O.B: 2/17/1972



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