Former captives contrast conditions with U.S. treatment of child migrants

The federal government told a panel of Ninth Circuit
appellate judges last week that U.S. border detention facilities are
“safe and sanitary,” as required by law, even though migrant children
are denied soap, toothbrushes and dark places to sleep. Judge William A. Fletcher called the position of Sarah Fabian, a senior attorney from the Office of Immigration Litigation, “inconceivable.”

Publisher: Washington Post | Author: Deanna Paul

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extreme measures, governance, human rights, and immigration policy
DATE PUBLISHED
2019-06-26 (Modified: 2019-06-26)

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