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Salvadoran Immigrants Lose Protections, Bundy Case Thrown Out over Federal Misconduct, Supreme Court Reopens Death Penalty Case: P.M. Links

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David Becker/ZUMA Press/NewscomThe Trump administration is ending the protected status of an estimated 200,000 immigrants from El Salvador. The termination comes with an 18-month delay for those affected to try to figure out ways to remain in the country legally after the protection ends. A federal judge threw out the cases against members of the Bundy family with prejudice due to “flagrant misconduct” by prosecutors and the FBI in not disclosing evidence. This was the conspiracy case connected to the Bundy’s ranch in Nevada, not the take-over of the federal property in Oregon. The judge had ordered a mistrial in December after discovering the evidence had been withheld. The Supreme Court ordered a death penalty case to be reopened in the wake of racist comments by one of the jurors who had wondered if black people had souls. The Supreme Court also declined to consider a lawsuit to block a

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