Arizona Wife of Anti-Immigration Leader Files for Divorce


On behalf of Law Offices of Scott David Stewart posted in divorce on Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Divorce proceedings often get ugly, but they rarely get as public as is the case in the current Arizona divorce case of Chris and Alena Simcox.

If the name sounds familiar, it is because Chris Simcox helped create and pioneer the notorious Minuteman Project that works on the Arizona/Mexico border in order to aggressively prevent illegal immigration. Most recently, Simcox has been publically supporting and advising Arizona Senator John McCain's senatorial competition J.D. Hayworth in his fight to replace McCain as senator in an upcoming August election.

But as many previous elections have taught us, scandals surrounding political candidates can destroy a campaign and candidate's chances of getting elected. Hayworth's campaign very well might be at risk due to Alena Simcox's accusation that her husband's drinking led him to threaten her, their 2 children and even his own life with a gun on various occasions.

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