Last week, immigration officials detained Rosa Maria Hernandez, a child with cerebral palsy, as she was recovering from surgery in the hospital. With no sign of her release in sight, her family is worried that her health is in immediate danger.
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Federal immigration officials have illegally detained an undocumented 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy in Texas for the last seven days, hours away from her parents, a lawsuit alleges.
While on her way to the hospital in an ambulance, 10-year-old Rosa Maria Hernandez was stopped and followed by Border Patrol who have since refused to return the child to her family.
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