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Sessions Sends DOJ Lawyer To Aid In Transgender Murder Case

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will send a Justice Department lawyer to aid in the prosecution of a man charged with killing an Iowa teen.

Sessions Sends DOJ Lawyer To Aid In Transgender Murder Case
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions will send a Justice Department lawyer to aid in the prosecution of a man charged with killing an Iowa teen. This move shocked many as Sessions has rescinded pro-transgender policies since taking over the department. Experts say this decision is based more in anti-violence than pro-transgender rights. 

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