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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. Return to Sender: The Feds, fueled by local anti-immigration hostility, are draining talented undocumented youth into Mexico.
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  2. The Nooses Must Be Cut Down: Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk provided the blade, now it's up to AG Goddard and President Obama to use it.
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  3. The American Artist: A naturalized citizen, painter, and valley legal-system translator, Ramon Delgadillo was refused entry to Arpaio's jail because he didn't carry proof of citizenship.
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  4. Tuned In: the MCSO pointed guns at siblings, both U.S. citizens, after a deputy's attention was drawn to them by Spanish-language music blaring from their car.
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  5. The Pink Negro: As an Ivy League lawyer, is President Barack Obama hard enough to confront the evil personified by Sheriff Joe Arpaio?
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  6. He Never Flinched: A U.S. citizen was detained by the MCSO and then testified before congress about his being racially profiled.
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  7. No Probable Cause? No Problem!: A U.S. citizen says he was detained without probable cause by the MCSO, and then jailed for traffic violations.
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  8. Rules Be Damned: A legal resident presented valid documentation to the MCSO but was jailed for 12 days anyway.
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  9. Bloody Encounter: A U.S. citizen says he hit the pavement face-first after MCSO deputies racially profiled him and jerked him from his truck.
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  10. Fighting Sanchez: Guadalupe activists hassled by the MCSO.
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