Thursday, April 27, 2017

The public database included the names of children, from infants to underage teenagers, in immigration custody.

A database the Trump administration said would help victims of crimes track the custody of suspected criminal immigrants mistakenly listed babies and other children. When alerted Wednesday evening, Department of Homeland Security officials said the release of children’s names was a lapse in policy. The agency is not supposed to release information on children in immigration custody, said Gillian M. Christensen, acting Homeland Security press secretary.

   Babies and children are listed in Homeland Security's immigrant database of alleged criminals Don't facebook?  

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