The disconnect of justice for immigrants

The disconnect of justice for immigrants

Originally published by The Washigton Post

The disconnect between its ivory-tower exercise in interpreting the law in this instance and the inhumanity that goes against decades of immigration policy and the reputation of this country as a haven for those in need are a staggering commentary and inconsistent with the intent of our founding documents.

The “Contemplation of Justice” statue outside the court building represents impartiality and balance in achieving swift justice. Is this latest decision truly pursuing justice in the way we understand the American sense of justice, whether the individual is or isn’t a citizen? I think not.

Read more:https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-disconnect-of-justice-for-immigrants/2019/09/18/22315dfe-d8af-11e9-a1a5-162b8a9c9ca2_story.html

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