Jeff Sessions to address black law enforcement group in Alabama


U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will be in his home state of Alabama this week to address a black law enforcement group that is sometimes at odds with the Trump administration.

The U.S. attorney’s office in Birmingham says Sessions will speak to the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives on Friday.

The group has been critical of President Donald Trump for his disparaging comments about immigrants from Africa and Haiti. It has also criticized Trump’s move to let police agencies obtain surplus military equipment.

The organization opposed Trump’s pardon of Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and noted Sessions’ past opposition to clemency.

Sessions will speak at a meeting that includes numerous large-city police chiefs and Justice Department officials.

Sessions was a U.S. senator from Alabama before joining the administration.

Republished with the permission of the Associated Press.


  1. Against the death penalty !!! God is the only one that has that right !!!!!! You have no right to murder anyone and for money… vote for the death penalty You Will Lose My Vote. Now your gonna gas them, sounds like Hitler to me !!!!!!

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