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« Reply #30 on: Feb 11, 2017 06:24 pm »


Under Sessions' leadership, line prosecutors now will be emboldened to pile on charges (and thus prison terms) for federal drug defendants. This means more men and women convicted of non-violent crimes will face longer prison sentences at a time when our federal prisons are already overcrowded, and when the Bureau of Prisons' budget is already straining to fund other, vital Justice Department priorities-like those of victims' rights groups. Just as the nation is turning away from mass incarceration, and discovering that crime rates can go down along with incarceration rates, Attorney General Sessions is poised to reverse course. He already made it clear with his opposition to bipartisan sentencing reform last year that he has little compassion or empathy for the families affected by the enforcement of unduly harsh sentencing laws. He has also made this clear with his adamant and relentless opposition to presidential clemency, even in cases of such manifest injustice as to shock the conscience. A whole new generation of men and women, and their families, will be doomed to serve unreasonably long prison terms.

Many will be brown or poor whites from the other side of the tracks.
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