|Children and families caged under Paso Del Norte Bridge in El Paso by US Homeland Security. Twitter photo Bob Moore.|
Private prisons continue their abuse with assaults, rape, unnecessary solitary confinement and sexual predatorsBy Brenda Norrell
TUCSON -- Private prisons made over $800 million at 19 immigration prisons in 2018, according to a letter from Mass. Senator Elizabeth Warren dated May 31, 2019.
GEO Group (formerly Wackenhut), CoreCIVIC and MTC (Management and Training Corporation) are the three corporations receiving the lush contracts under the Trump administration.
Sen. Warren stated in a letter to the American Correctional Corporation, which gives accreditation to these corporations, that private prisons have a history of assaults, lockdowns, inmate discipline and other abuse.
The letter from Sen. Warren states mildly the abuse in private prisons. Six children have died in ICE detainment and private prisons this year. The documented abuse in migrant private prisons in the United States includes assaults by prison staff, unjustified solitary confinement, rape, and sexual and physical abuse of children.
Censored News reported in 2007, during the Obama Administration, that children were being imprisoned in Hutto Prison in Texas.
The widespread abuse of migrants during the Trump Administration is a violation of human rights and International law that continues.
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