A federal judge has ordered US customs and border protection to allow medical professionals to detain children who hold migrant children, CNN reported on Sunday. District Judge Dolly G commands healthcare professionals to be admitted to the premises to ensure conditions are "safe and sanitary" for children held there and assessing the medical needs of children.
The order refers to all facilities of the CBP Sectors of the Paso and Rio Grande valleys, CNN reported. The centers are the subject of a court case in connection with the Flores Agreement of 1997 and the reports of dangerous and reported nonsignificant conditions in detention centers. turned to CBP for comment.
Last week, prosecutors asked the court to disregard the Trump administration and take immediate action to overcome the dangerous conditions of border facilities. "Children, including babies and future mothers, are dirty, cold, hungry and devoid of sleep," a prosecutor said, referring to the conditions in detention centers, including Clint, Texas.
GJ, appointed by Obama, announced on Friday that an independent observer should ensure that conditions in detention centers should be addressed immediately, setting a deadline of 1