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What happens when you forcibly separate children from their parents? Click through on this thread to read the answers.
Another story you'll want to read by a journalist whose own past painfully surfaces as he covers this story. Click on the birdie to view on Twitter.
when i was four, i was taken away from my father during an intense custody battle and placed in a group home for several years by an idiot judge. we went to parks and zoos, too, and then i’d cry myself to sleep most nights. the trauma left me bent for years. this is child abuse. https://t.co/3rsFfkIptX— dell cameron (@dellcam) June 16, 2018
Family separation as a right-to-life issue: “One bishop...reportedly suggested “canonical penalties” — which could refer to withholding the sacrament of Communion — for Catholics involved in implementing the Trump policies.” From WP’s @mboorstein? https://t.co/9BObscab7E— Nick Miroff (@NickMiroff) June 15, 2018
Despite the sorta happy ending to this story, it's really not, given the policy that's featured in the rest of the thread.