HELENA, Mont. (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sought Tuesday to deepen ties with Native Americans by allowing more tribal nations to tap into national anti-crime databases.
During a meeting with senior officials from major federal law enforcement agencies, Sessions condemned gang violence and specifically called out the violent transnational MS-13 gang.
Earlier this month, attorney general Jeff Sessions-David the Gnome's racist cousin-commenced a review of "consent decrees", agreements between the federal government and local police forces to address issues of systemic racism and other prejudices.
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Sessions would need to reverse the 2011 Department of Justice ruling that opened the door to state-by-state regulation of real-money online gambling. "We will secure our border, expand immigration enforcement and choke off supply lines", said Sessions.
Anchor Allison Latos got an inside look at the five-year-long investigation in Charlotte that sent more than 30 MS-13 gang members to prison.
MS-13 is the US -based arm of Salvadoran crime gang Mara Salvatrucha. "They are utterly without laws, conscience or respect for human life", he said.
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Now, with the establishment of the Cannabis Caucus and the introduction of the Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017, we must make every member of Congress feel the same pressure. MS 13, whose formal name is Mara Salvatrucha, is primarily run out of El Salvador and started in the 1990s after a wave of deportations from the United States.
They're known as MS-13, an El Salvadoran gang that the U.S. Department of Justice says has more than 10,000 members active in at least 40 states and Washington, D.C.
The Justice Department will be holding a series of "listening sessions" with tribal leaders and law enforcement officials to better understand the challenges they face in addressing crime.
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Sessions blamed this increase on former administrations' immigration policies.