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Attorney General Shurtleff Urged to Reject Using Information from "the list" in Criminal Prosecutions

26 August 2010 Published in Legal Advocacy

Yesterday the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah (ACLU of Utah) joined with ten other Utah civil rights organizations and individuals in urging Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff to reject using in any criminal investigation information contained in the now-infamous “list” of 1,300 Utah residents who are allegedly in the country unlawfully.

The letter responds to recent statements from Shurtleff indicating that his office may be reviewing “the list”—which law enforcement acknowledges was created and distributed by state employees in violation of state and federal law—for invalid social security numbers with the intention of prosecuting individuals on “the list” for state crime violations.

Read the press release (PDF) >>
Read the letter to Attorney General Shurtleff (PDF) >>
Read a Deseret News article >>

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