Now they are greeted by immigrants who have been detained for long periods of time, longer than the law allows. violence and beatings, as well as solitary confinement practices. a worrying fact is unknown. abuse and death in migrant detention centers. Carmen Escobosa investigates several crises. Escobosa: from the belly of this detention center, the customs and border protection agency heard serious complaints of arbitrariness, abuse and even death. >> No one should live in a cage, like an animal.broom: frank rocha tells us about the horrors suffered by his brother ernestorocha in the center, located in comolasalle, it is managed by geocompía, a private group with ice and state contract.>> “Now they put in the swat team and now they’re going in.” I recorded the call on my phone.frank.
They did not attend to his demands for medical attention, they kept him alone, they treated him like an animal, Rocha came to the United States in 1988 after the civil war in Nicaragua. In the early 90’s he was granted political asylum and soon became Frank’s father >>He’s like my dad, my older brother. I think that’s where they’re bothering me.” “Who’s bothering me?”. esbosa: of his 4 children, said his mother, Mrs. Martha Rocha, he agreed. shirt to give it to someone else. Outline: one day in 2009, it was a bad decision and involved in an attack.
Although he had previously committed other violations, he was detained and deported.>> when he arrived in Nicaragua he said “Ako wala’ escobosa: About 13 years passed before finally, after the complicated situation now experienced in Nicaragua, he dared to return, this time with his wife and other relatives .>> we surrendered, from there they put us in a place, but I left a week after there, after the surrender. Walis: glenda rocha says they are excited and happy to come, that even although they are separated, they think that they will soon be together again.>> I, well, I cried because of the emotion of happiness that we have been through. broom: what did they say to each other this last moment?>> I hugged he kissed me and I ran. away. That’s when I found him again because he was at peace and that’s all I gave him.
He kissed me and… broom: he didn’t even care about what he sold after that. Here in this place, in Atlanta, Georgia, something disturbing is happening. . >> He already obeyed the federal law and They handed him over to Migracón.Escobosa: Don Rúl Rosaless refers to his brother Alvadorosales Vargas, who was transferred from the federal prison to the Steward detention center in Atlanta. something that surprised him a lot, because he already has a deportation order, he said. paó, says don rúl for a month and a half trapped under the worst conditions.>> very difficult because he asks for attention to his broom: he suffers from a hernia and always complains of severe pain in his stomach.> > migracón told him that they will operate on him and it is pure