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CBS News: Watchdog Report Details Distress Among Migrant Children Who Languish at Fort Bliss Facility

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Migrant children housed by the U.S. government at a makeshift shelter inside an Army base in the Texas desert suffered distress and panic attacks last year. Officials lacked the resources and training to release them in a timely and safe fashion, an internal investigation released Tuesday found. Hundreds of unaccompanied children housed at the HHS tent camp in Fort Bliss, which had the capacity to hold up to 10,000 teenage migrant boys and girls last year, went as long as two months without seeing a case manager.
2 months ago·Fort Bliss, United States

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CBS News: Watchdog Report Details Distress Among Migrant Children Who Languish at Fort Bliss Facility

CBS News: Watchdog Report Details Distress Among Migrant Children Who Languish at Fort Bliss Facility This article features Government Accountability Project's whistleblower complaints and was originally published here. Migrant children housed by the U.S. government at a makeshift shelter inside an Army base in the Texas desert suffered distress and panic attacks

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