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Thursday, July 31, 2014


The Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General released a memo on Thursday confirming the problem of communicable diseases that are being spread throughout detention centers.

The OIG outlined a two-week report from the beginning of the month on the detention of Unaccompanied Alien Children. According to DHS IG John Roth’s memo to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, the IG office continues to make unannounced site visits to numerous detention centers along the southern border where Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are temporarily sheltering UACs.

The IG says they did not observe any misconduct or inappropriate conduct of DHS employees during their unannounced visits and did not receive any new complaints during their random interviews of UACs. However, the IG office stressed the problem of communicable diseases that are being spread at the detention centers.



Anonymous said...

Dumb Asses!

Another way to bring down the American Citizens.

You idiots keep voting for Democrats and never learn.

Anonymous said...

Ebola will make this look like a picnic.

Anonymous said...

EXACTLY 7:35! It's just another example of why we are quickly moving down the path to becoming nothing more than a Third World country.
There has never been Ebola on US soil - until NOW! Why in the hell are they bringing those people into the US for treatment??? Couldn't we take the treatment to them?
The breakdown of the middle class; major cities in bankruptcy; refugees on our borders; and now Ebola.
What the hell has happened to my America in the past five years??