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Sessions Chides Baltimore for Immigrant-Detention Policy, Says FBI ‘Will Probably’ Take Det. Suiter’s Murder Case

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After delivering remarks on U.S. immigration policy today in Baltimore, Attorney General Jeff Sessions shared his thoughts on local sanctuary-like protections for jailed immigrants, police misconduct and the still-unsolved murder case of veteran homicide detective Sean Suiter.

Jeff Sessions to Talk Immigration, MS-13 on Tuesday in Baltimore

Jeff Sessions at a Trump campaign rally. Photo by Gage Skidmore, via Wikimedia Commons.

Donald Trump’s attorney general will be in town tomorrow morning to banter about federal immigration policy and the push to eradicate the United States of MS-13.

Trump on Baltimore: Vicious Gangs of Illegals



Presidential hopeful Donald Trump appeared on ABC’s This Week last night, and spoke to host George Stephanopoulos about his feelings about immigrants and immigration. It was… interesting.

“You Call This Prison?”


Media outlets nationwide are looking with understandable disbelief at the Baltimore Prison Scandal.  Baltimore already suffers from an image as a crime-ridden cesspool of corruption, and the charges of inmates fathering babies with guards, expensive vodka delivery to gang leaders and more only makes matters worse.  As the below article posted this morning on The Daily Beast points out, details of the prison scandal would “strain the credulity of HBO.”   We have to agree. -The Eds.

(Published April 26 at 4:45 a.m. on The Daily Beast)

By David Freelander

To call Gary Maynard embattled doesn’t do full justice to the word.

Maryland Prison Chief Gary Maynard. Photo courtesy The Daily Beast.
Maryland Prison Chief Gary Maynard. Photo courtesy The Daily Beast.

The secretary of Maryland’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services watched this week as the agency he has run for the last six years turned into a national laughingstock after federal officials indicted 13 women who, as guards at the Baltimore City Detention Center, acted like little more than underlings for members of a dangerous prison gang, the Black Guerrilla Family. Four of the correctional officers became reportedly pregnant by the leader of the gang, and two of them had his name tattooed onto their bodies—one on her neck, the other on her wrist.

But in a nearly 90-minute conversation in his office, Maynard, whom state lawmakers have called on to step down, vigorously defended his tenure, saying that it was he who brought in federal investigators once it was revealed that the gang so controlled Baltimore’s jail.