Limit Co-Operation: Device Saleswoman and Jim Steinle
limit co-operation: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions demanded cities like San Francisco scrap immigration policies that limit co-operation with federal deportation efforts, according to Metro News. Here's a closer look at how the case unfolded and why it got embroiled in the intense national debate about immigration Steinle, 32, a medical device saleswoman, was shot while walking on a popular waterfront area in the city on the evening of July 1, 2015 with her father and a family friend who were visiting. President Donald Trump on Friday called the verdict a travesty of justice and renewed his push for a wall on the border with Mexico. Her father, Jim Steinle, testified that his daughter collapsed in his arms, saying, Help me dad. She was later declared dead at a hospital. He rolled her on her side and discovered a bullet hole. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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