Will it happen again?
Lawmaker on center for immigrant kids: ‘We cannot allow this house of horrors to continue to operate’
Twenty-five children continue to be held at Shiloh Treatment Center, which has documented cases of child deaths and serial abuse.
More than a week after a judge ordered that immigrant children staying at the facility should be moved, more than two dozen children are still there.
A federal judge rules that the government should remove immigrant kids from a troubled Texas facility and stop drugging them without consent.
Many children separated from their parents at the southern U.S. border will end up in facilities with histories of health and safety deficiencies.
The president blames family separation on Democrats. But an ICE lawyer gave another reason during a closed meeting with immigration attorneys.
Taxpayers are paying $438,000 each year for an Arizona city to be the middleman between ICE and a Texas private prison for detainees.
Jane Doe said in a statement: “People I don’t even know are trying to make me change my mind. I made my decision and that is between me and God.”
“There are no winners in cases like these. But there sure are losers,” writes a dissenting judge on the panel.
If the teenage refugee wants to end her pregnancy, the government argues, she need only drop her immigration case and return home.