More of the imposters dirty tricks...

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    A long overdue move from a human rights and budget perspective. Releasing people detained for minor adminstrative violations is a no-brainer.

    We should also be releasing American citizens who are in prison for non-violent, low-level drug crimes.

     

     
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    In response to UserName99's comment:

    A long overdue move from a human rights and budget perspective. Releasing people detained for minor adminstrative violations is a no-brainer.

    We should also be releasing American citizens who are in prison for non-violent, low-level drug crimes.

     




    You are what is wrong with this country.......

     
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    A long overdue move from a human rights and budget perspective. Releasing people detained for minor adminstrative violations is a no-brainer.

    We should also be releasing American citizens who are in prison for non-violent, low-level drug crimes.

     



    I agree that marijuana should be decriminalized... however, we are a government of laws and not of men, and the President is not a dictator; so he cannot empty the prisons on his whim.

     

     
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    In response to UserName99's comment:

     

    A long overdue move from a human rights and budget perspective. Releasing people detained for minor adminstrative violations is a no-brainer.

    We should also be releasing American citizens who are in prison for non-violent, low-level drug crimes.

     



    I agree that marijuana should be decriminalized... however, we are a government of laws and not of men, and the President is not a dictator; so he cannot empty the prisons on his whim.

     

     

     



    Which crime were they convicted of?

     

    The people being released are simply awaiting immigration court hearings to determine whether or not they are allowed to remain in the US.

    Those whose hearings have been completed and who are awaiting deportation, and those who have serious criminal convictions, are not eligible for release.  Fox conveniently left that part out.

     
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