The reason: Mike Lacey and Jim Larkin had refused to comply with a “grand jury subpoena” issued by the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office that sought the browsing habits and internet addresses of New Times online readers. Instead of complying with the subpoena, Lacey and Larkin published it. That led to the arrests. The county attorney’s office said it was illegal to publish the contents of a grand jury subpoena.
Now, four years later, we know there was no grand jury.
The subpoenas were bogus.
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