July 1, 2021
By Daniel Wiessner
Four Texas sheriffs and a group representing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers filed a lawsuit on Thursday claiming the Biden administration is hobbling their ability to arrest and deport dangerous criminals.
In a complaint in Galveston, Texas federal court, the sheriffs and the Federal Police Foundation, ICE Officers Division said a February memo instructing officers to prioritize arresting individuals who pose a threat to national security or have been convicted of aggravated felonies has left them unable to detain people charged with other serious crimes.
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