It depends, this is why I am not saying a definite yes. Many of the children are in the possession of human traffickers. Their parents were willing to put their lives at risk, just so they could come to the U.S. Go to a port of entry for crying out loud. I don't think the adults should be released, so they can dissapear, before going before a judge. I'm sure if I walked into the home of Gov. Brown, he would have me arrested. This is our home. If the children are given back to their parents, are they going to be put in danger by some of the other adults being held. After all, we know many of them are criminals of various types. The adults are in a decent environment, well cared for and not abused. Their words, not mine. If it is proven that the children in a safe space for children, actually came with their parents, and their parents want them with them, fine. It will be their choice. But they still have to stay in custody until they go before a judge, and a decision is made. The position they are in is one of their own making. They are well fed and cared for, gratis of the American tax payers. Those south of Mexico looking for sanctuary are suppose to ask the Mexican government first since they got to Mexico first. If denied, then ask us. Those are the rules. If we have to abide by them, invaders should be held to them even more stringently.