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Arpaio Racial Profiling

Brown-skinned people in Maricopa County are confronted today bydeputies in ski masks, guns drawn. Below, in feature stories, columns,and individual Web profiles, we introduce the people caught upin this madness.

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  1. Zip-Tied at 12: A permanent resident and his U.S. citizen son are bound by the MCSO for being brown and living next to a drop house.
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  2. Local Heroes: The MCSO retaliates against a Guadalupe activist.
    Column
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  3. Driving While Brown: A pregnant Latina says she was forced to give birth in shackles after one of Arpaio's deputies racially profiled her.
    Web Profile
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  4. State of Fear: A permanent legal resident is stopped for being brown by MCSO deputies.
    Web Profile
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  5. Brown Out: The Bird recounts stories of MCSO racial profiling.
    Column
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  6. Down on Brown: Arpaio's busts of illegals at popular Valley water parks are all wet.
    Feature
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  7. Ja, Joe: Neo-Nazis and extreme right-wingers love Joe Arpaio, and there's evidence that the MCSO keeps them close.
    Feature
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  8. Are Your Papers In Order?: The Sanchezes are American citizens who've been in this country as long as Joe Arpaio's family. The Sanchezes are criminally brown.
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