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Rubén Rosario: St. Paul lawyer describes ‘nightmare’ immigrant detention center

November 3, 2015
Credit: Pioneer Press

The eyewitness account sounds like a troubling description of conditions in a Third World-country detention camp.

“All of the children are sick, with coughs at minimum,” St. Paul-based lawyer Kim Hunter writes. “Children are not eating, and there is little to no access to medication or to medical care. Mothers are afraid to ask for what little help exists because they fear being targeted for even faster deportation.

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