REPORT: AZ border agents accused of groping a child and other forms of mistreatment
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(CNN) — US Customs and Border Protection is investigating allegations that border agents mistreated migrant children held in Arizona, allegations that include sexual assault and retaliation for challenging conditions in border stations.
The article goes on to state the following:
“A 15-year-old girl from Honduras described a large, bearded officer putting his hands inside her bra, pulling down her underwear and groping her as part of what was meant to be a routine pat-down in front of other immigrants and officers,” NBC reports. “A 17-year-old boy from Honduras said officers would scold detained children when they would get close to a window, and would sometimes call them ‘puto,’ an offensive term in Spanish, while they were giving orders.”
A new report from @NBCNews details inhumane treatment of migrant children at Arizona border stations.
Allegations of sexual assault, retaliation by @CBP officers, overcrowding, lack of showers, clean clothes or space to sleep.
The top leadership at border patrol must be fired. https://t.co/Vsk7AkwYen
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) July 10, 2019
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) July 10, 2019
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