Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock is divorcing his sexual predator wife, Susan, 49. The disturbing story of his wife and daughter Rachel, 22, molesting the same boy since he was 14, doesn’t get better with the addition of new facts. The victim is the son of a family friend who attends the Brock’s church.
Fulton kanoodles with Susan on the jail phone, chatting and joking as she playfully teases him and he recklessly responds by seeking to call in his chips with other elected officials to get her special treatment, hide evidence and in violation of jail rules, brings her edible treats.
Remember the initial revulsion after seeing a youth with grotesque and irreversible neck and hand tattoos, yet there was an inability to turn away? Same deal here, with the story becoming both more repulsive and transfixing. Brock claimed to be “flabbergasted” by the revelations of ongoing molestations, though he and his pedophile wife actually met with LDS Church officials to discuss the matter. Brock has tainted his own reputation throughout this entire unsavory mess.
The latest winkle in this sordid tale is Brock’s request to bypass the mandatory parenting class required of all divorcing parents of minor children in Arizona. Brock considers himself a “public figure,” and has arrogantly petitioned for a waiver from the statutorily required class. Superior Court Judge Robert Miles, who is presiding over the Brock divorce, has denied the motion.
Fulton Brock’s days as a “public figure” should be coming to a close. He could put his free time to good use by taking a series of parenting classes. What an appropriate Father’s Day gift for this dude.