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WH Official: Border Patrol Will Stop Referring Migrant Parents Who Cross Into The U.S. Illegally With Children For Prosecution

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PostThe Last Outlaw on Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:59 am


UPDATED POST!

From The Washington Post

Nick Miroff of The Washington Post wrote:

The U.S. Border Patrol will no longer refer migrant parents who cross into the United States illegally with children to federal courthouses to face criminal charges, a senior U.S. Customs and Border Protection official told The Washington Post on Thursday.

The about-face comes just one day after President Trump signed an executive order ending his administration’s widely denounced practice of separating parents and children apprehended for illegally crossing the Mexico border. Trump’s order said the government would maintain a “zero tolerance” policy toward those who break the law, but the senior U.S. official, asked to explain how the government would change enforcement practices, said Border Patrol agents were instructed Wednesday evening to stop sending parents with children to federal courthouses for prosecution.

A Justice Department spokesperson denied changes to the zero tolerance policy and said prosecutions would continue.

But the decision to refer migrants for criminal charges after crossing illegally rests with the U.S. Border Patrol, and the senior CBP official said the agency will no longer send parents who arrive with children to federal courts.

“We’re suspending prosecutions of adults who are members of family units until ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) can accelerate resource capability to allow us to maintain custody,” the official said.

The official spoke on the condition of anonymity to explain how enforcement operations will change to comply with Trump’s order.

A spokeswoman for the Justice Department, Sarah Isgur Flores, said “zero tolerance” remained in effect.

“There has been no change to the Department’s zero tolerance policy to prosecute adults who cross our border illegally instead of claiming asylum at any port of entry at the border,” she said.

Because ICE lacks the detention capacity to increase the number of families it holds in detention, the official acknowledged that many migrant parents and children will likely be released from custody while they await court hearings.

Top CBP officials did not know what the executive order would ask them to do until its release Wednesday, the official said. The decision to cease prosecutions of parents with children was made by the Department of Homeland Security for logistical purposes because the official said it would not be “feasible” to bring children to federal courtrooms while their parents go before a judge.

Adults who cross illegally will continue to face misdemeanor charges under the zero tolerance policy implemented six weeks ago, the official said.

Most adults who enter illegally through the busiest span of the border — the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas — are sentenced to time served. But the official said the criminal prosecution of adults would ensure that lawbreakers face consequences.

“When a consequence is applied, it makes a difference on recidivism and illegal activity at the border,” the official said.

In recent weeks the number of migrants arrested along the Mexico border has declined slightly, according to the latest enforcement data. “It’s nothing we could call a trend,” the official said.

CBP officials will monitor migration patterns at the border to see if the policy change leads to an increase in illegal crossings by family groups, the official said. “We’re going to watch closely and do what we need to do.”

Once again, Donald J. Trump, the man who believes people should bow to his greatness bows to the will of the American people AND political pressure, yet the man still has a problem on his plate as far as this issue is concerned. What is he gonna do in regard to the children that are already separated from their families? We are nearly five months away from mid-term elections, and I have this feeling that Trump is gonna take a solid blue shellacking! After that, he will realize that there is only one person to blame for his failed policies: DONALD J. TRUMP!

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