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As a candidate, President Biden promised to freeze Immigration and Customs Enforcement removals for his first 100 days in office.
Shortly after Biden’s inauguration, Texas ICE officers received an email anonymously shared with Fox News host Tucker Carlson. The Department of Homeland Security memo ordered Texas agents, and assumedly other agents throughout the nation, to: “… stop all removals. This includes Mexican bus runs, charter flights and commercial removals (until further notice) … all cases are to be considered [no significant likelihood of removal in foreseeable future]. Release them all, immediately. No sponsor available is not acceptable any longer.”
The New Jersey federal judge whose son was killed by a deranged lawyer last year revealed that the assailant was also keeping tabs on Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
FBI agents found a dossier on Sotomayor in a locker belonging to the lawyer, Roy Den Hollander, US District Judge Esther Salas told “60 Minutes,” in an interview that aired Sunday.
“They found another gun, a Glock and more ammunition. But the most troubling thing they found was a manila folder with a workup on Justice Sonia Sotomayor,” Salas said on the CBS News program.
Authorities have said that Den Hollander,
DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado law enforcement agencies are working to make improvements to abide by a sweeping police accountability bill that was signed into law last summer, following weeks of unrest in the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis officers.
But the implementation of this new law is creating more questions among law enforcement on how it should be done, and how it can be funded.
“Completely onboard with accountability, transparency,” Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said. “I mean our whole job is to build community trust right?”
Pelle says they are not looking to change
JTA — When Ed Stafman was designing the signs he hoped his supporters would plant on their lawns, he debated between two: “Elect Rabbi Ed” or “Elect Ed Stafman.”
He settled on the version with his last name. After all, he said, “Everyone knows me as Rabbi Ed.”
Until the election in November, “everyone” meant the people in and around Bozeman, Montana, the thriving college town where Stafman led Congregation Beth Shalom for a decade and remains active in interfaith and social justice initiatives.
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