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Her name was Jakelin Caal Maquín.— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) December 28, 2018
She was 7 years old.
She died in US Border Patrol custody.
People will say not to politicize her tragic death. People will say it was her parents' fault.
I say if we just forget her, then she died in vain. #SayHerNamehttps://t.co/c2jQKUCfGn
This Bill would shut down Tornillo Tent Camp that currently detains 2,800 immigrant kids, meant to be "temporary" but the Gov't is extending into early 2019, as well as Homestead in FL which the Gov't plans to massively increase from 1350 to 2350 beds.https://t.co/9fegzGFtRW— BebopSpaceCowgirl (@jomareewade) December 30, 2018
Nearly 3,000 migrant children were affected this year by the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy. Under the unprecedented crackdown, children were separated them from their parents.— ProPublica (@ProPublica) January 1, 2019
Here's the story of six-year-old Wilder Maldonado. https://t.co/iGTEPotvBI
Read the whole thread.
The law was broken by the ILLEGAL ALIENS not our government
Seeking asylum is not against the law.
Yes, taking the government to court for separating families. Unfortunately the line of the government is being sued for, and/or should be sued, puts immigrant kids very low on the court´s priority list.
Two wrongs to do not make a right. Your childish point is like when dad punishes one child, the other child says his brother did it also.
Two separate and individual casess both in law and morally.