"son el peor y el último lugar en el que querrías poner un niño".
The hearings also revealed that Florida's infamous Homestead facility, the largest, unlicensed, for-profit kiddie jail, which at is peak held over 3,000 children until public pressure emptied it in August, is still inexplicably paying 2,500 employees at a Trump-hotel cost of $600 to $775 a bed - $720,000 a day, now approaching a total of $33 million - to house imaginary, non-existent children. Officials explained that "retaining bed capacity is necessary to provide care and services as mandated," adding they "anticipate an uptick in the number of referrals based on historical trends." English translation: Damn straight we're still gonna make some bucks from this human tragedy.
Toward that end, soulless cretins for the "government," seeking to re-open Homestead as soon as October, argued in court Friday that a judge should ignore experts' and doctors' testimony about the ravages inflicted on children there because, c'mon, what do experts and doctors know and what are a few human rights abuses in the name of catching bad guys and profits? Opposing them, lawyers seeking to close Homestead permanently cited many of those : They said children were subject to "prison-like rules," harmed by too-lengthy detention, not advised of their rights or told they could have visitors or given access to lawyers, and often waited days for medical help. Their conclusion: "The government is causing irrevocable mental and physical harm to every immigrant child held (in) detention.
Honrar la memoria de los niños
que murieron en los centros de detención de EE. UU.