Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Jeff Sessions hails 'Anglo-American' history of USA sheriffs

Jeff Sessions hails 'Anglo-American' history of USA sheriffs

The bipartisan group of former U.S. Attorneys, led by Preet Bharara from the Southern District of NY, argued the policy deviates from previous norms enacted by Republican and Democratic administrations and ignores the past precedent of maintaining a balance between "effective enforcement and deterrence with humanity and compassion", the letter said.

Under the Trump administration, immigrants who enter the country illegally are being charged with a crime and placed in jail.

Ultimately, Sessions wrote, it isn't the priority of the administration to separate families.

Instead, the 640 Methodists charging Sessions, who include both clergy and lay members, have asked for a "reconciling process that will help this longtime member. step back from his harmful actions and work to fix the damage he is now causing to immigrants, particularly families and children".

Under the policy, adults suspected of crossing the USA border illegally are sent to federal jails or other detention centers to await prosecution.

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On the child abuse charge, the complaint says Sessions has advocated for and implemented "practices that indefinitely separate thousands of young children from their parents" and "holding thousands of children in mass incarceration facilities with little to no structured educational or socio-emotional support".

President Donald Trump is defending without apology his administration's border-protection policies in the face of rising national outrage over the forced separation of migrant children from their parents.

In it, they call the Justice Department's "zero-tolerance" policy inhumane, a violation of the Constitution and a violation of children's rights.

More than 75 former USA attorneys are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stop family separations, saying the decision to implement a policy that has led to more than 2,000 children taken from their parents "falls squarely on your shoulders".

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at the National Sheriffs' Association convention in New Orleans, Monday, June 18, 2018.

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"We can not and will not encourage people to bring children by giving them blanket immunity from our laws", said Mr. Sessions, who for days before his Justice Department drafted the executive order, had been putting the onus on Congress to change immigration laws. "We cannot and will not encourage people to bring their children or other children to the country unlawfully by giving them immunity".

The zero-tolerance deterrence policy, which White House adviser Stephen Miller told the New York Times was "a simple decision", was slammed by former first lady Laura Bush over the weekend as "cruel" and "immoral".

Still, Trump argued children are being used "by some of the worst criminals on earth" to enter the U.S illegally. "If you are seeking asylum, go to a port of entry".

The Trump administration insists that separating families is not a policy, but a requirement of enforcing the law to prosecute adults who cross the border illegally.

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