A Sixth Migrant Child Has Died in US Custody

Maria Perez
May 27, 2019 - 5:00

Federal authorities noted that a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador has become the sixth migrant child to die in US Custody. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) told CBS News the girl died on September 29, 2018, and was one of the first six migrant children to die after being detained by border agents. Mark Weber, a spokesperson for HHS, told the news station that the girl had a history of congenital heart defects. The child was taken under the care of an Office of Refugee Resettlement facility in San Antonio, Texas, on March 4, 2018. Weber told the...

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One Reply to “A Sixth Migrant Child Has Died in US Custody”

  1. This administration covered up this fact. That seems like crime #3. Crime #2 is allowing children under U.S. confinement to die. The biggest CRIME, crime #1, is LOCKING up children (and their parents), in the first place!
    These are the, self-same, Party of people, who CLAIM they are the Party of “family values,” “pro-life,” and “law and order.” None of their actions prove they adhere to ANY of those stances!

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