Thursday, August 06, 2009

Racial Profiling Definition - ACLU

Racial Profiling: Definition

"Racial Profiling" refers to the discriminatory practice by law enforcement officials of targeting individuals for suspicion of crime based on the individual's race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. Criminal profiling, generally, as practiced by police, is the reliance on a group of characteristics they believe to be associated with crime. Examples of racial profiling are the use of race to determine which drivers to stop for minor traffic violations (commonly referred to as "driving while black or brown"), or the use of race to determine which pedestrians to search for illegal contraband.

Another example of racial profiling is the targeting, ongoing since the September 11th attacks, of Arabs, Muslims and South Asians for detention on minor immigrant violations in the absence of any connection to the attacks on the World Trade Center or the Pentagon.

Law enforcement agent includes a person acting in a policing capacity for public or private purposes. This includes security guards at department stores, airport security agents, police officers, or, more recently, airline pilots who have ordered passengers to disembark from flights, because the passengers' ethnicity aroused the pilots' suspicions. Members of each of these occupations have been accused of racial profiling.

Racial profiling does not refer to the act of a law enforcement agent pursuing a suspect in which the specific description of the suspect includes race or ethnicity in combination with other identifying factors.

Defining racial profiling as relying “solely” on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin or religion can be problematic. This definition found in some state racial profiling laws is unacceptable, because it fails to include when police act on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin or religion in combination with an alleged violation of all law. Under the “solely” definition, an officer who targeted Latino drivers who were speeding would not be racial profiling because the drivers were not stopped “solely” because of their race but also because they were speeding. This would eliminate the vast majority of racial profiling now occurring.

Any definition of racial profiling must include, in addition to racially or ethnically discriminatory acts, discriminatory omissions on the part of law enforcement as well. For example, during the eras of lynching in the South in the 19th and early 20th centuries and the civil rights movement in the 1950's and 1960's, southern sheriffs sat idly by while racists like the Ku Klux Klan terrorized African Americans. At times, the sheriffs would even release black suspects to the lynch mobs. A recent example would be the complaint by an African American man in Maryland, who after moving into a white community, was attacked and subjected to property damage. Local police failed to respond to his repeated complaints until they arrested him for shooting his gun into the air, trying to disperse a hostile mob outside his home.

Racial Profiling May Be Hazardous To Your Health

Many racial profiling victims walk away with traffic tickets, but too often for others the outcome of racial profiling is death.

Pennsylvania (Brentwood) - On October 12, 1995, Jonny Gammage, a 31 year-old African American male, was killed after being pulled over while driving the Jaguar of his cousin, Pittsburgh Steelers football player Ray Seals, in a predominately white community. Although police claimed that Gammage initiated the struggle, a tow truck driver said he saw one officer start the fight and the others join in kicking, hitting and clubbing Gammage while he lay on the pavement. Three officers were tried for involuntary manslaughter: John Vojtas was acquitted; Lt. Milton Mulholland and Michael Albert had their charges dismissed after two mistrials. Gammage's family settled a wrongful death civil rights lawsuit against the five officers involved and their police departments for $1.5 million.

New York (Bronx-New York City) - On February 4, 1999, Amadou Diallo, an unarmed 22 year-old immigrant from New Guinea, West Africa, was shot and killed in the narrow vestibule of the apartment building where he lived. Four white officers, Sean Carroll, Kenneth Boss, Edward McMellon and Richard Murphy fired 41 bullets, hitting Diallo 19 times. All four were members of the New York City Police Department's Street Crimes Unit, which, under the slogan, "We Own the Night," used aggressive "stop and frisk" tactics against African Americans at a rate double that group's population percentage. A report on the unit by the state attorney general found that blacks were stopped at a rate 10 times that of whites, and that 35 percent of those stops lacked reasonable suspicion to detain or had reports insufficiently filled out to make a determination. Thousands attended Diallo's funeral. Demonstrations were held almost daily, along with the arrests of over 1,200 people in planned civil disobedience. In a trial that was moved out of the community where Diallo lived and to Albany in upstate New York, the four officers who killed Diallo were acquitted of all charges.

Ohio (Cincinnati) - On April 7, 2001, in the early morning hours, Timothy Thomas, a 19 year-old African-American, was shot to death by police officer John Roach. Thomas had 14 outstanding misdemeanor warrants, mostly traffic violations, including failure to wear a seat belt. According to a city councilman, he was running away, holding up his baggy pants, and scaled a fence, landing in a driveway where Roach was approaching and shot Thomas. He became the fifth black male in the city to die at the hands of police in a five-month period and the fifteenth since 1995. Two nights of protests left broken windows at City Hall and fires around the city. Witnesses reported that following Thomas' funeral, six city SWAT team officers shot pellet-filled bags into a peaceful crowd. Two people hit by the pellets filed lawsuits. Under community and city council pressure, both the public safety director and city manager resigned. Officer Roach was indicted on charges of negligent homicide, and obstructing official business, resulting from differences in his version of events.

Roach was acquitted in a bench trial characterized by the judge's (a former prosecutor) open admiration for Roach, and blaming Timothy Thomas for “making” Roach kill him.

A community coalition, the Cincinnati Black United Front and the ACLU of Ohio filed suit against the city and the Fraternal Order of Police, citing a pattern and practice of discrimination by police, including issuing the type of traffic citations Thomas received to African Americans at twice their population percentage. In April 2002 the case was settled, under terms including the establishment of a civilian complaint review board and the activation of the reporting of collected traffic stop data that had been enacted by city ordinance in 2001. The Department of Justice also intervened and settled with the city, including revision and review of use of force policy.

It is significant to note that research confirms the existence of bias in decisions to shoot. A series of University of California/University of Chicago studies recreated the experience of a police officer confronted with a potentially dangerous suspect, and found that:

  • participants fired on an armed target more quickly when the target was African American than when White, and decided not to shoot an unarmed target more quickly when the target was White than when African American;
  • participants failed to shoot an armed target more often when that target was White than when the target was African American. If the target was unarmed, participants mistakenly shot the target more often when African American than when White;
  • shooting bias was greater among participants who held a strong cultural stereotype of African Americans as aggressive, violent and dangerous, and among participants who reported more contact with African Americans. shooting bias was greater among participants who held a strong cultural stereotype of African Americans as aggressive, violent and dangerous, and among participants who reported more contact with African Americans1.

The stories above and hundreds of others present a compelling argument that not only does racial profiling exists, but it is widespread, and has had a destructive effect on the lives of communities of color, and attitudes toward police.

Asian Racial Profiling

Asians, who, according to the U.S. census, number 10 million, or 4 percent of the population, have been victims of racial profiling as well. Wen Ho Lee, a Taiwanese American was targeted and suspected of espionage on the basis of his race. Memos by high-ranking FBI and Department of Energy officials acknowledged that Lee was singled out because he was Chinese, and eight similarly situated non-Chinese were not prosecuted.2

In Seattle, Washington in July 2001 a group of 14 Asian American youth were stopped by police for jaywalking, claiming that they were kept against the wall for about an hour. The Seattle Times reported that one officer told them he had visited their country while in the army, and asked them repeatedly whether they spoke English. The paper also reported that U.S. Representative David Wu (D-Oregon) was detained entering the headquarters of the Department of Energy, and repeatedly.

In 2001, the Asian Freedom Project of Wisconsin issued a report that found the racial profiling of Hmong communities there, and included the testimony of adults, as well as boys and girls.

The Garden Grove (CA) Police Department settled a “gang” database racial profiling lawsuit by a group of young Asian Americans who said their civil rights were violated when officers photographed them as suspected gang members based merely on their ethnicity and clothing.

Indian Racial Profiling

Indigenous people ( Native Americans) call it “DWI,” with a new twist: “Driving While Indian.” According to the National American Indian Housing Council, there are 2.4 million Indians (including Eskimos and Aleuts) in the U.S. Indians complain about stops and searches by local police and sheriffs on roads leading to and from reservations.

In South Dakota, widespread reports of racial profiling led to hearings before the state legislature, where Indians testified about their being stopped and searched not only based on race but also on religious articles hanging from rearview mirrors, and regional license plates that identified them as living on reservations.

In June 2002 scores of Indians in the state's Bennett County complained to Department of Justice attorneys, alleging racial profiling at the hands of sheriffs there, including vehicular stops in the absence of reasonable suspicion, the administration of breathalyzer tests without reasonable suspicion, warrantless searches of homes and vehicles, and demanding to see drivers licenses and vehicle registrations while inside bars.

Walking While Black and Brown

Although "Driving While Black/Brown" traffic stops and searches are the form of racial profiling that has received the most media attention, profiling takes place off the roadways as well. Black and Latino pedestrians are regularly stopped and frisked without reasonable cause.

In New York City, the December 1999 report of the New York City Police Departments pedestrian "stop and frisk" practices by the state attorney general provided glaring evidence of racial profiling in the nation's largest city. Blacks comprise 25.6 percent of the City's population, yet 50.6 percent of all persons "stopped" during the period were black. Hispanics comprise 23.7 percent of the City's population yet, 33.0 percent of all "stops" were of Hispanics. By contrast, whites are 43.4 percent of the City's population, but accounted for only 12.9 percent of all stops. Blacks comprise 62.7 percent of all persons "stopped" by the NYPD's Street Crime Unit ("SCU").

In precincts in which blacks and Hispanics each represented less than 10 percent of the total population, individuals identified as belonging to these racial groups nevertheless accounted for more than half of the total "stops" during the covered period. Blacks accounted for 30 percent of all persons "stopped" in these precincts; Hispanics accounted for 23.4 percent of all persons "stopped."

Finally, precincts where minorities constitute the majority of the overall population tended to see more "stop & frisk" activity than precincts where whites constitute a majority of the population: Of the ten precincts showing the highest rate of "stop and frisk" activity (measured by "stops" per 1,000 residents), in only one (the 10 th Precinct) was the majority of the population white. In seven other precincts, blacks and Hispanics constituted the majority of the population. The remaining two precincts were business districts in Manhattan and Brooklyn in which the daytime racial breakdown of persons within the precinct is unknown.

In roughly half of the police precincts in New York City, the majority of the population living in the precinct is white. However, of these 36 majority-white precincts, only 13 were in the top half of precincts showing most "stops" during the period.

"Gang" Database Racial Profiling

In Orange County California, a database containing the names and photographs of reputed gang members appeared to racially profile.3 Latinos, Asians and African Americans were more than 90 percent of the 20,221 men and women in the Gang Reporting Evaluation and Tracking system, but made up less than half of Orange County's population. The disparity attracted the notice of the California Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights as well as the ACLU. We asked the county district attorney's office to establish a civilian oversight board to monitor what we saw as problems with the list.

"Bicycling While Black and Brown"

Youth of color have been victims of racially-motivated bicycling stops, " In April, 2001, the ACLU joined a suit against Eastpointe, Michigan , representing 21 young African-American men who were stopped by the police while riding their bikes there. The ACLU argued that the bicyclists were stopped in this predominantly white suburb of Detroit because of their race and not because they were doing anything wrong. In a 1996 memorandum to the Eastpointe City Manager, the former police chief stated that he instructed his officers to investigate any black youths riding through Eastpointe subdivisions. Police searched many of young men and, in some cases, seized and later sold their bicycles. Police logs and reports in Eastpointe have identified over 100 incidents between 1995 and 1998 in which African-American youth were detained.

"Bitten While Black and Brown"

A throwback to the grainy ‘60's black and white television news footage of vicious police dogs attacking peaceful black civil rights protesters is the continued discriminatory use of canine units by police. These dogs, lethal weapons capable of biting at 2000 pounds pressure per square inch, and their handlers have been implicated in a vicious form of racial profiling that has led to legal action:

California (Los Angeles)- The ACLU of Southern California compiled reports on the hundreds of mostly blacks and Latinos who were bitten by Los Angeles Police Department dogs from 1990-1992, charging that the dogs trained to "attack and maul," were routinely sent out in non-violent situations. In 1997, California state highway patrol canine units stopped almost 34,000 vehicles. Only 2 percent were carrying drugs.

Maryland (Prince Georges County) - The Washington Post reported that in May 2001 federal prosecutors charged a county police officer with releasing her police dog on an unarmed Mexican immigrant as part of a pattern of using and threatening the use of the dog on people of color. Despite being the subject of four lawsuits, twice being guilty of making false statements to a supervisor, and five prior instances of releasing the dog on suspects who weren't resisting, and being flagged by a departmental "early warning" system, the officer remained undisciplined in any substantive way. In 1999 the Post reported that thirteen police dog excessive force suits had been filed in Prince Georges circuit and federal courts, in addition to five others that ended in judgement for plaintiffs or settlement. Of the total, ten alleged repeated bites of suspects once under police control, or while cuffed or on the ground.

South Dakota (Wagner)- While not involving the use of physical canine force, the issue reached a new low when school officials and police led a large German shepherd drug dog through classrooms in suspicionless drug searches of Yankton Sioux K-12 students, some as young as six years old. In July 2002, the ACLU filed suit in federal court.

Washington (Seattle) -In 1992 the ACLU alleged that police dog handlers used excessive force on suspects. Dogs were trained to attack and bite suspects regardless of their actions, even against alleged shoplifters, gasoline siphoners and jaywalkers. They also reported that in that year, 40 percent of police dog attacks were against African Americans, and that 91 people had received police dog bite injuries requiring hospitalization.

The following states appear to require independent reasonable suspicion for dog searches: Alaska,4 Illinois,5 Minnesota,6 New Hampshire, New York,8 Pennsylvania,9 and Washington.10

"Shopping While Black and Brown"

The targeting of shoppers/business patrons of color for suspicion of shoplifting by private security and other employees has disproportionately affected both working and prominent African-American women. TV talk show host Oprah Winfrey said she was refused buzz-in entry to a store even after seeing white women admitted and making a second attempt. After calling from a pay phone and being assured the store was in fact open, a third try failed as well (New York City) . U.S, Congresswoman Maxine Waters said she was followed around a store and required to show her key at a hotel, unlike whites who entered before her ( New York City) . Professional basketball player and Olympic medalist Sheryl Swoopes was kept waiting to be seated for almost an hour at a restaurant, while whites who arrived after her were seated before her (Houston, Texas).

Pauline Hampton and her niece, both African-Americans, were shopping at the Dillard Department Store in Overland Park, Kansas , a suburb of Kansas City, with their children. After making several purchases, they went to the cosmetics counter to redeem a coupon. A white security guard accused Hampton of shoplifting, took her shopping bag, and, without consent, searched it, emptying the bag onto the counter. After finding the receipt for the items, he shoved the goods and the empty bag back to her. When she complained about his actions, the guard ordered them to leave, and threatened to call the police and have them forcibly removed. Hampton eventually called her husband to the scene and the situation escalated. They sued, and were awarded a $1.2 million judgement; the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Dillard's appeal.

The store chain, based in Arkansas has also faced dozens of racial profiling lawsuits, claiming harassment and false arrest, in other states including Arkansas, Iowa, and Texas. Evidence produced in one case showed that although 16 percent of its shoppers were African American, 87 percent of the false arrest claims were made by them. In Texas, Dillard settled and paid money to the family of an African American customer who died at a store after being beaten and hog-tied while being detained, and has also settled discrimination suits by employees in Kansas and Missouri.

Other companies sued for racial profiling include Eddie Bauer, Avis Rent A Car, Denny's Restaurant, The Children's Place, and Holiday Spa.

Worksite Racial Profiling

The Immigration and Naturalization Service has had a history of disproportionately targeting ethnic groups of color for undocumented labor violations. Like all law enforcement, INS agents must have sufficient evidence of wrong doing to establish probable cause or reasonable suspicion to arrest or detain. They may not carry out their duties in a racially or ethnically discriminatory manner. While ethnicity or nationality are obviously critical elements in immigration violations by themselves, without additional facts there is insufficient basis for law enforcement action.

The New York Times reviewed files of INS raids released as part of the settlement of a garment workers union selective enforcement suit against the agency in New York City. The settlement included a summary that Latinos were 96 percent of the 2,907 people arrested in the 187 worksite raids carried out by the INS in the district, fat greater than their representation in the city's legal or illegal population. This occurred even where the INS acknowledged that half the workers were not Latino but Asian, including undocumented immigrants.

And while some raids were based on informant information, 80 percent were initiated by agents who cited as primary evidence subjects' appearance or language without evidence of wrongdoing. Included were skin color, speaking Spanish or English with a Spanish accent, appearing to be of South or Central American descent and wearing clothing “not typical of North Americans.” Such characterizations in major American cities are common to born and naturalized citizens alike.

Undocumented workers were discovered and arrested in all but a few of the reviewed raids, but nearly everyone arrested was Latino.

Suits have also been filed in Arkansas, California, Louisiana, and Ohio claiming racial profiling by the INS. A federal court in Ohio found violations of the rights of Latinos by that states highway patrol's practice of stopping Latino drivers to question them about their immigration status, including officers even confiscated the green cards of legal migrant workers claiming they were counterfeit. In California, federal courts have found Fourth Amendment violations of Latinos in the stopping of Latinos on the basis of appearance and foreign sounding names.

The Supreme Court has held that INS agents working near the Mexican border may use Spanish ethnicity as a basis for detaining a person, but that it may not be the only basis.

A related issue is the targeting by police, first reported by the ACLU in Florida, of Latinos waiting on public sidewalks for labor employers to appear and select them for work, under the offense of being "visual clutter."

"Voting While Black and Brown"

In Florida, the 2000 presidential election was rampant with claims of racial profiling. The presumption that African-Americans tended to vote Democratic provided the Republican-controlled election apparatus with an easily identified target. The state changed the election's outcome by targeting people of color in a manner reminiscent of the racist poll taxes and literacy requirements of earlier Southern history, or by carrying out facially race-neutral policies that would have a foreseeable disparate impact.

In the months before the election, Florida's secretary of state compiled an “ex-felon scrub list” of names for removal from the voter rolls. It contained thousands of inexact matches as well as names of state residents with convictions in other states that turned out not to be felonies. These actions were destined to have a disparate impact on people of color because of their higher rate of incarceration. And, in an action with similar impact, Florida residents with felony convictions in other states were removed from the rolls, even though courts had previously ordered the reinstating of voting rights to all who would have been eligible to vote in the state of their conviction.

On election day, poll workers in communities of color, following elected officials' instructions to strictly challenge voter eligibility, required photo identification of African Americans while asking for none of whites, and required two forms of identification from Latinos where the law called for only one. Untold numbers, estimated to be in the thousands, were not given affidavit ballots that would preserve their votes pending resolution of any qualification issues. Even the state NAACP president was denied one until she stated her willingness to be jailed over the issue.

Most serious were the hundreds of reports, in African-American communities, of state police harassment of voters at polling places and traffic checkpoints, where they lined up cars, checking driving papers and inspecting vehicles. Racial profiling at its worst, this tactic appeared to be designed to delay and intimidate voters of color.

As to the ballot controversy, African-Americans were 11 percent of the eligible voters, but 54 percent of the rejected ballots; four times more likely to have ballots rejected as white voters; more likely to be voting by punch card, which had three times higher error rates than optical-scan systems; and received almost none of the laptop computers sent to precincts for county voter registration record access.

"Flying While Black and Brown"

Airline passengers of color have long complained of racial profiling. Customs officials at international airports were found to have systematically targeted members of certain racial and ethnic groups, particularly black women, for intrusive and degrading personal searches, based on the false assumption that they were more likely to be transporting drugs.

In March 2000 the General Accounting Office issued a report of customs searches of 102,000 airline passengers in fiscal years 1997 and 1998. It found that black women were 9 times more likely than white women to be x-rayed after a frisk or pat-down search, but less than half as likely to be found carrying contraband. During those years, The Washington Post reported, 90 black women sued Customs after being searched at O'Hare Airport in Chicago, and one Hispanic woman, Amanda Buritica sued after being stopped, handcuffed, placed in a hospital and forced to ingest powerful laxatives. When she was released 25 hours later, no drugs had been found.

A new commissioner, Ray Kelly was brought in and pledged to end the practice. Although he eliminated the vague and often contradictory criteria that the agency used to decide who to stop, and although he reduced the total searches from 44,000 (‘98) to 23,000 (‘99) to 9,000 ('00) data from his own agency indicated that, despite his claims to the contrary, the search rate for African-Americans increased dramatically, from 14 percent ('98) to 19 percent ('99) to 27 percent ('00).


Anonymous said...

[url=]how to get Viagra prescription[/url]

[url=]проститутки г хмельницкий[/url]
[url=]памятник проститутке прага[/url]
[url=]интимсити ру сайт[/url]
[url=]бляди питер вход[/url]

[url=]дагестанские шлюхи[/url]
[url=]мелкие бляди[/url]
[url=]оренбург интим услуги секс[/url]
[url=]интим услуги барнаул[/url]
[url=]мамба сайт знакомств самый популярный[/url]
[url=]телефон секс знакомства[/url]

[url=]знакомства взломать[/url]
[url=]толстые бляди москвы[/url]

Anonymous said...

unlock iphone 3g [url=]unlock iphone 3g[/url] unlock iphone 3g unlock iphone 3g

Anonymous said...

ups sorry delete plz [url=].[/url]

buy viagra said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Anonymous said...

Baltimore also includes one of the nation's largest ports and great Low Income Apartments in Maryland, although its current economy focuses more on research and development. In recent decades, the population has dropped, as residents have left their city apartments for a move to the nearby suburbs. In response, the city has instituted several redevelopment projects to revitalize areas.

Racial Profiling Essay said...

well post, i was looking the same for my racial profiling essay help.

Racial Profiling Essay

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Hey everybody, great chat board I have found It amply helpful & it has helped me out so much
I hope to be able to contribute and guide other people like this chat board has helped me

[url=]jailbreak iphone 4.2.1[/url]

Anonymous said...

отзывы о тайландских проститутках проститутки москвы нахимовский проспект массаж секс знакомства бесплатно новокузнецк секс города Златоуста секс знакомства взрослые vbulletin кинешма девушки секс знакомства индивидуалки в красном селе проститутки города шахты секс знакомства сайт на котором не нужна регистрация смс казахстан интим знакомства г. самара жуковский бляди интим анал в новосибирске секс знакомства майл

транссексуалки индивидуалки санкт петербурга

Anonymous said...

интим услуги Саранск секс бляди праститутки шлюхи секс знакомства проститутки электросталь элитные проститутки ростов на дону сайты знакомств для гомосексуалистов девушек секс знакомства в нижнем тагиле проститутки азербайджана в москве знакомства трансексуал шлюхи Лондона мальчик секс знакомства шлюхи г Нальчик индивидулки проститутки москва секс знакомства города москвы

секс знакомства втроем в туймазах башкирия

Anonymous said...

buy viagra online cheap viagra soft tabs - buy viagra online melbourne

Anonymous said...

generic viagra buy viagra with paypal us - does viagra for women really work

Anonymous said...

buy viagra online buy viagra jelly us - viagra canadian pharmacy no prescription

Anonymous said... - [url=]site[/url] site

Anonymous said...

buy soma soma muscle relaxer vs flexeril - soma waterbed

Anonymous said...

buy soma soma muscle relaxer narcotic - buy cheap soma no prescription

Anonymous said...

soma for sale soma 00 50 - buy generic somatropin

Anonymous said...

buy soma online best soma bras - buy soma online + usa

Anonymous said...

buy soma online soma health club costs - buy soma seeds

Anonymous said...

generic soma soma positive drug test - soma buy tickets

Anonymous said...

tramadol 50 mg best place buy tramadol online reviews - tramadol 50 mg use dogs

Anonymous said...

buy cialis online cheap cialis in us - cheap generic cialis online

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol online buy tramadol rx online - order tramadol arkansas

Anonymous said...

generic xanax what does a 2mg xanax look like - xanax withdrawal diarrhea

Anonymous said...

generic xanax xanax dosage 0.5 - buy xanax no script

Anonymous said...

generic xanax generic xanax s 901 - xanax side effects recreational

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol information - tramadol 93 58 information

Anonymous said...

xanax online custa alprazolam 0 5mg - xanax dosage extended release

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol acetaminophen high - tramadol 50mg for dogs and humans

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol withdrawal opiate - buy tramadol online usa cheap

Anonymous said...

buy carisoprodol naxodol carisoprodol side effects - carisoprodol side effects withdrawal

Anonymous said...

carisoprodol 350 mg carisoprodol naproxeno - soma carisoprodol tablets dosage

Anonymous said...

buy cheap xanax xanax qt prolongation - xanax drug test

Anonymous said...

buy carisoprodol soma carisoprodol tablets - is carisoprodol 350 mg a narcotic

Anonymous said...

buy carisoprodol carisoprodol 350 mg bluelight - carisoprodol 250 mg tablet

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol hcl online pharmacy - tramadol 50 mg get high

Anonymous said...

xanax online generic xanax drug - xanax online pharmacy

Anonymous said...

cialis online no prescription canada buy cheap brand cialis - generic cialis shipped to usa

Anonymous said...

buy cialis online buy cialis online eu - levitra versus cialis reviews

Anonymous said...

alprazolam online xanax side effects dry eyes - xanax pills prescribed

Anonymous said... tramadol hcl tab 50mg side effects - tramadol 50 mg and xanax

Anonymous said... buy tramadol online from usa - tramadol high blood pressure medication

Anonymous said...

buy clonazepam online 2mg klonopin 2mg xanax - klonopin dosage xanax dosage

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol 50 mg for toothache - tramadol pain killer

Anonymous said...

learn how to buy tramdadol cheap tramadol online no prescription - tramadol withdrawal zaps

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol tramadol 50 mg generic - signs of tramadol addiction

Anonymous said...

buy klonopin online klonopin 0.5 mg street price - klonopin high cholesterol

Anonymous said...

klonopin depression klonopin side effects adverse reactions - 2mg klonopin compared 2 mg xanax

Anonymous said... what does carisoprodol 350 mg do - do they drug test carisoprodol

Anonymous said...

I usually do not leave many comments, however I browsed a
few of the remarks here "Racial Profiling Definition - ACLU".
I do have 2 questions for you if you tend not to mind.
Is it just me or do a few of these remarks
appear like they are written by brain dead visitors?
:-P And, if you are posting at additional social sites, I would like to follow everything new you have to post.
Could you make a list of all of all your shared pages like your twitter
feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?

Feel free to surf to my site calories walking Calculator

Anonymous said...

carisoprodol buy soma or carisoprodol - carisoprodol how to abuse

Anonymous said...

carisoprodol 350 mg street value for carisoprodol 350 mg - carisoprodol 350 mg photo

Anonymous said...

buy carisoprodol no prescription carisoprodol soma narcotic - 5513 dan carisoprodol drug

Anonymous said...

Use the end loss to guard funds. Never ever open a Currency trading placement without having stop loss, even when you are keeping track of the action without any intends to get up out of your computer. Your keep track of could stop working, your relationship could die, or your hard drive could blow up and you could be out a whole lot of money. Continually be in the safe area simply by using a stop reduction. [url=]cort5656e[/url]

Anonymous said...

buy tramadol cod overnight purchase tramadol online cod - illegal get tramadol online

Anonymous said...

Very useful post. Nonetheless, the cost colour and multifunction color laser printers need
to have been resolved. They're still more pricey than inkjet printers although worth the additional prices.

My page xerox phaser 8560 Manual

Anonymous said...

Nice do business, Aaron. I handled to keep my Lexmark E210 printer (an ML-1210 duplicated) working along, now in Home
windows 8.

My blog post

Anonymous said...

Very good article. I will be experiencing some of these issues as well.

Here is my homepage; buy saffron

Anonymous said...

Nice post. I was checking constantly this blog and I'm impressed! Very useful info specially the last part :) I care for such info a lot. I was seeking this certain information for a very long time. Thank you and best of luck.

my website - bonito

Anonymous said...

Die fetten Titten klatschen hierbei richtig laut und selbst die Muschis
triefen nur so vor sich hin. Rund um die Uhr 24 Stunden steht unser Erotikportal mit diesen Websexcams dir zu Verfügung.

Ich schwöre euch, wäre ich in diesem Moment bei ihr gewesen, dann habe ich sie ohne hemmungen

Check out my weblog ::

Anonymous said...

Τhе report provіdes pгoven usеful to me.
ӏt’s very hеlpful and уou are certainly quіte educatеd in thіs гegion.
Yοu get oрenеd mу οwn eyes for you to
varying oρinіon of thіs specifіc
topіс alоng with intriquing, notable and геliable соntеnt.

Ѕtop by my ωeb page ambien

Anonymous said...

When I originally commented I clicked the "Notify me when new comments are added" checkbox and now
each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same comment.
Is there any way you can remove me from that service?

My web blog ...

Anonymous said...

Raising your deductible to the highest amount you can afford - the higher your deductible,
the cheaper your allstate will cost more than just insurance.
What should be noted is that in the same city.

Here is my site - auto insurance []

Anonymous said...

If you have limited prospects at the moment, and
how one feels about his how To get a girlfriend fast meeting sexy coworkers and good-looking friends.
Sometimes giving a small gift was really going to show you the
direction to your friend's bedroom, with a clean reflection which women love the most. It makes the bond between partners jealousy evolved as an early detection system of infidelity. Physical attraction is an evolutionarily hardwired emotion. All you have to date other women, you'll develop a confident
attitude about women.

Anonymous said...

acne killer is more severe,
be sure to wear lots of sun protection. Longer term,
the aging population people over the age of 40, although it is relatively
rare. Also, the Acne Killer you experience during pregnancy results from
dead skin cells, and bacteria, which are processed by partial
hydrogenation of plant oils. Pregnant women can suffer
from this problem.

Anonymous said...

i have panasonic tx p42g20e model, and recently my screen was
hit with an object and is broken.there's a line from top to bottom and several small ones surrounding the point of get it fixed or replaced with the supplier means paying almost as much as it has costed in the first place.
can i order the screen online and what do i have to search for?

my site Lg 42 inch led tv :: ::