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As the White House faces court orders to reunite families separated at the border, immigrant children as young as 3 are being ordered into court for their own deportation proceedings, according to attorneys in Texas, California and Washington, D.C. Requiring unaccompanied minors to go through deportation alone is not a new practice. But in the wake of the Trump administration's controversial family separation policy, more young children — including toddlers — are being affected than in the past. The 2,000-plus children will likely need to deal with court proceedings even as they grapple with the ongoing trauma of being taken from their parents. "We were representing a 3-year-old in court recently who had been separated from the parents. And the child — in the middle of the hearing — started climbing up on the table," said Lindsay Toczylowski, executive director of Immigrant Defenders Law Center in Los Angeles. "It really highlighted the absurdity of what we're … [Read more...] about Defendants in Diapers? Immigrant Toddlers Ordered to Appear in Court Alone, Attorneys Say
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Eli Saslow The Washington Post June 04, 2018 BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — Scot Peterson had spent much of the past three months in hiding, but now somebody was walking onto his porch and toward the front door. A motion detector activated an alarm inside his duplex. Peterson, 55, ducked away from the windows and bent out of sight. His girlfriend, Lydia Rodriguez, walked to the entryway and began to pull down a corner of the white sheet that now covered most of their front door. ‘‘Oh please,’’ she said. ‘‘What now?’’It had been exactly 90 days since Peterson’s last shift as a school resource officer in Parkland, Florida, where he had been armed and on duty as 17 people were killed and 17 more were injured, and ever since then a procession had been making its way to his door to demand accountability for another … [Read more...] about ‘It was my job, and I didn’t find him’: Florida deputy haunted by school massacre
Then they saw the police officer. As a legion of patrol cars lit the night sky blue and Fort Pierce Police Sgt. Brian MacNaught pumped at Semer's chest in a futile attempt at CPR, Semer's friends spilled out of the house screaming. "You killed our boy!" they yelled, not knowing what else to do. "You killed our boy!" The cops told them to go back inside. "Shut the fuck up!" one officer bellowed, according to one of Semer's friends. Eventually, they relented and huddled inside crying. Semer was pronounced dead there in his best friend's backyard. He was 21 years old, a Sunday-school leader and former football star at Fort Pierce Central High — "somebody you could be proud of," says Elijah Smith, his grandfather. The paramedics recorded his time of death as 12:07 a.m. — 12 minutes after he'd been pulled over for allegedly speeding. He was unarmed. The police shot him in the back as he ran for the house. Almost two years later, Semer's family and friends still don't understand … [Read more...] about Florida Cops Tell Conflicting Stories After Fatally Shooting Unarmed Ex-Football Star in the Back