ACLU Says Trump is Still Separating Families Despite Court Order

Maria Perez
Aug 2, 2019 - 5:00
ACLU Says Trump is Still Separating Families Despite Court Order

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) accused the Trump administration of continuing to “systematically” separate migrant children from their parents despite a federal court ruling that ordered an end to the process, according to court documents. In a federal lawsuit filed in San Diego on July 30, the ACLU said that more than 900 parents and children have been separated while in US custody, contradicting the court order from US District Judge Dana M. Sabraw that ordered the government to reunite more than 2,700 children with their parents in June 2018. The organization is asking the federal judiciary to...

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