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A sheriff in El Paso has ordered his deputies to not work at a tent city for detained migrant children in Tornillo, Texas.

“The Sheriff’s Office will not be working at these facilities, as we don’t support the current administration’s position of separating children simply to discourage illegal immigration,” Sheriff Richard Wiles told Texas Monthly.

The article goes on to state the following:

Wiles told the publication that federal officials asked him to provide off-duty deputies to work at the facility near El Paso, but that he turned down the offer.

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