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Children separated at US-Mexico border had ‘no interaction’ with their parents: report

  • According to a court filing by pediatrician Dr. Paul Wise, children as young as 8 were temporarily separated from their parents while in Border Patrol custody this summer due to overcrowding. Phone contact and direct interaction between parent and child were minimal or non-existent.
  • Wise's report also revealed that some children younger than 8 were separated from their parents, contradicting Border Patrol's denial. The separation of families and lack of communication had significant and potentially lasting harm to children's mental health.
  • While Border Patrol claims that separations only occur with single fathers, Wise found that separations were due to operational reasons, causing significant distress and disorientation among the children involved.
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