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Sentencing Reform: Revisions Haven’t Fixed The Fatally Flawed Bill

Senators pushing hard to get criminal justice reform passed and onto the President’s desk, aware of the major criticism aimed at them from law enforcement groups, opposition from other Senators, and a host of constituents, have introduced a series of revisions to try to make the bill more palatable to critics. Certainly one of the reason the sponsors are restructuring the bill, which they previously advertised as applying only to nonviolent criminals, is because Senators running for re-election are terrified that releasing more violent criminals may harm their chances to return to Washington.

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Sikh Temple Bomber Was Part of Anti-Radicalisation Program

One of the Muslim terrorists who bombed a Sikh temple in Germany was enrolled in an anti-radicalisation “Salafist prevention” program. Police in Germany have recently released more information regarding the two teenage terrorists who carried out a bomb attack on

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Birmingham Pair In Court For Funding Belgium And Paris Attacker

Two people appeared in court in London on Friday accused of giving thousands of pounds to Brussels and Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini when he was in Britain last summer. Briton Mohammed Ali Ahmed, 26, and Belgian citizen Zakaria Boufassil,

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Germans Increasingly Oppose Mass Immigration

Germans are becoming increasingly sceptical of mass immigration, with large numbers refusing to approve of their country accepting refugees and a record number putting national identity before being “global citizens”. According to a survey by GlobeScan for BBC World Service,

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Sen. Jeff Sessions: ‘Sentencing Reform’ Bill Rewrite Will Release Even More Illegal Alien Drug Traffickers

On Thursday, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions denounced the Obama-backed Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015 (SRCA) pushed by Republican Speaker Paul Ryan in the House, saying its amendments did nothing to correct the fundamental dangers the bill posed by massive amounts of drug traffickers, a great many of whom are illegal aliens from Third World nations like Mexico.