We will release additional documents from the other three agencies in the coming months.The records show that the leadership at Customs and Border Protection were well aware of the allegations of unlawful child abuse — including people still now directing the agency — yet there is no indication that any individual official was ever held accountable for abuse.We are known nationally and internationally as an exclusive introduction agency.
Meeting new people all the time means they’re sure to be a big hit when you introduce them to your family and friends.
They know all the up-and-coming areas and homes which make the best investments.
In one complaint we obtained, a Border Patrol agent grabbed a girl he claimed was running away, handcuffed her to someone else and dragged them together along the ground, causing “two bruises on her neck, scratches to her shoulders and arms, and thorns in her head.” A 16-year-old recounted that a Border Patrol agent threw him down before he used his boot to smash his head into the ground.
Other children allege that agents assaulted them with their feet, fists, flashlights, and Tasers.
Our FOIA request yielded documents from four agencies in the Department of Homeland Security.
On Wednesday, the ACLU and the International Human Rights Clinic at the University of Chicago School of Law released a report that includes documents from one agency, the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, a DHS oversight agency.In one case, an agent ran over a 17-year-old with a patrol vehicle and then got out and punched the child in the head and body.Often, children noted that other agents witnessed the abuse or saw the injuries but refused them medical attention.And while the number of people crossing the border without documents has dropped significantly, Trump has said he wants to hire thousands more Border Patrol agents while deploying the National Guard to the border to bolster its forces.Now the federal government has created a policy of separating immigrant children from their parents, which could dramatically increase the number of minors encountering immigration officials by themselves and create potential for expanded abuses.So any arguments will be resolved quickly and calmly.