Skip to comments.Judge refuses to second-guess family separations at border
Posted on 01/13/2020 5:31:03 PM PST by jazusamo
SAN DIEGO -- A federal judge ruled Monday that the Trump administration is operating within its authority when separating families stopped at the Mexican border, rejecting arguments that it was quietly returning to widespread practices that drew international condemnation.
The American Civil Liberties Union argued that the administration was splitting families over dubious allegations and minor transgressions including traffic offenses. It asked the judge in July to rule on whether the government was justified in separating 911 children during the first year after the judge halted the general practice in June 2018.
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How many of those “parents” were actually mules?
What “rights” do you have when you want to bully your way into another country? The right to not have your family separated does not exist in the Constitution or any other document that I am aware of.
Is it the current law under Bammy’s watch ?
Good to see some black-robed tyrant cares.
SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS
That said, in the aforementioned decision, the Court noted a long standing number of cases had recognized that freedom of rights. The Court noted this fundamental right falls in the passage of the 14-amendent.
In summary, the Court concluded that before a State can sever completely and irrevocably the rights of parents in their natural child, due process requires that the State support its allegations by at least clear and convincing evidence,.
Did the Trump admiration follow the Courts rulings (?)
I am not quite sure, set aside the ACLU not-withstanding. In short, I am sure we will hear more about this matter.
One “negative-DNA-match” child today.
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