Office of Refugee Resettlement
The administration spent three years fighting for the right to stop minors, including those impregnated by their rapists, from ending their pregnancies.
“I did everything that I could, according to what was required of me,” Scott Lloyd told VICE News.
Many of the children appear to have been medicated without their parents’ consent.
The number of "Category 4" kids with no identifiable sponsor in the U.S. is unprecedented — and “alarming.”
"We saw an empty dormitory that had been made up very nicely. We saw a cafeteria: empty. We saw an auditorium: empty"
Dirty, sick children in stained clothes were reportedly sleeping on the floor of the facility.
The man allegedly tried to obtain sexually explicit material from the girl, who was under 14.
The Trump administration had argued it was not required to provide access to abortions for migrant teens in custody.
Once used to house workers from the Eagle Ford Shale oil fields, it will be converted to house up to 1,600 migrant children.
“You Can't Give a Friend a Hug": the Alleged Prison-like Conditions at the Largest U.S. Migrant Children’s Shelter
Attorneys for the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law filed a motion Friday that alleges “prison-like” conditions and questionable medical treatment at the facility.
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Scott Lloyd was warned that separating families would harm migrant kids. He never told the Trump administration.
Until last fall, Lloyd served as the head of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which is tasked with reuniting separated children.