JUDY WOODRUFF: In the day’s other news: A federal appeals court in San Francisco temporarily blocked the Trump administration’s remain in Mexico policy. Under it, nearly 60,000 legal asylum seekers have been returned to Mexico while their cases are decided. Today’s ruling halts the policy in California and Arizona. Those are the border states in
They say crime doesn’t pay, but of course it does, otherwise people wouldn’t do it. Crime can pay, and it can pay a lot. More money even than a person could actually spend in a lifetime. It just so happens that crime also often leads to fines, prison, and or death, so it’s a risky
Translator: Carolina Montero Reviewer: Sebastian Betti My name is Emiliano Salinas and I’m going to talk about the role we members of society play in the violent atmosphere this country is living in right now. I was born in 1976. I grew up in a traditional Mexican family. As a child, I had a pretty
THE JUDGE WHO PRESIDED OVER MEXICAN CRIME LORD EL CHAPO WHILE HE WAS JOGGING NEAR HIS PLACE. WE HAVE VIDEO FOR THIS, AND IT IS REALLY GRAPHIC I HAVE TO WARN YOU. SO HE IS TALKING, AND THEN THIS HAPPENS. IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. WITH CARS DRIVING BY. THIS IS JUST THE REALITY THAT’S GOING ON.
[ MUSIC ] Denise Gilman My name is Denise Gilman. I’m a clinical professor of law, here at the University of Texas Law School. I teach the Immigration Clinic, which is both a classroom experience for the students, as well as a practical experience. We deal with a range of cases, individuals seeking asylum in