“In sum, I agree with the Attorney General that the fentanyl chain of distribution must be attacked at every link, at every level, and that the guilty must be brought to justice,” U.S. District Judge William Alsup for the Northern District of California wrote. “Refusing to seek prison time for ‘Fast Track’ fentanyl dealers is an egregious error. Migrants deserve our sympathy in other contexts, but when they sell fentanyl they deserve to go to prison like everyone else.”