Human Rights

Do Illegal Immigrants Have Constitutional Rights In America

Are illegal immigrants protected under the Constitution of the United States The Constitution is worded to protect a jurisdiction instead of a specific people Crossing the border illegally was a civil matter before the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy Immigration courts hold a much lower standard in regards to proving guilt than most US courts Ever since it was discovered ...

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Email To DHS Shows Wichita ICE Building Is Not Just An Office

An email between Immigration Customs Enforcement and Department of Homeland Security shows a more in-depth look at an ICE detainment facility in Wichita Kansas Protesters occupied the main intersection in front of the shopping center where the facility is located An email between ICE and DHS states that the building has four holding cells and a video courtroom Representative Gail ...

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Migrant Children Forced To Pledge Allegiance

Migrant Children Are Being Forced To Respect Country That Traumatizes Them. Hundreds of migrant children are forced to show respect to a country that treats them as prisoners. Reports of migrant children arriving in foster homes as far as Michigan and New York. Migrant children face life long damage due to inflicted trauma and separation.   Located at the southernmost ...

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Fathers Are Still Struggling For Equality In U.S. Family Court Systems

Migrant and American children both struggle against U.S. family court systems According to U.S. data fathers account for less than 20% of custody awards Despite efforts of legislators to hold circuit judges accountable judges continue to rule with immunity and favor from higher courts Despite studies showing that a shared custody arrangement is best for the child only New Hampshire ...

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Report Shows Minneapolis Police Use Of Ketamine On Citizens

An investigation from the Office of Police Conduct Review revealed Minneapolis police officers requesting Hennepin County medical responders to use the date rape drug ketamine on suspects of crimes The report showed between 2012 and 2017 officers requested ketamine be administered to at least 62 suspects Multiple suspects had already been restrained when officers requested the use of ketamine One man ...

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North Carolina DHHS Assistant Secretary Admits Splitting Up Families Is Traumatizing

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Human Services Michael Becketts said current Child Protection Services techniques are traumatizing Becketts stated that children being removed from the home is not helpful and often traumatizing On February 9 2018 The Family First Prevention Services Act was signed into law as part of the Bipartisan Budget Act The ...

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Police Conduct Welfare Check On Chelsea Manning With Guns Drawn

Montgomery County Police conducted a welfare check on Chelsea Manning with guns drawn Two tweets from Manning on May 27 caused concern leading to multiple calls to 911 for a welfare check Video footage from security cameras show three officers enter Manning’s residence with guns drawn and one with a Taser drawn Manning was out of the country at the ...

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Kansas DCF Refuses To Release Details In The Death Of Lucas Hernandez

The Kansas Department for Children and Families is refusing to release any details of their investigation into Lucas Hernandez A new law forces DCF to release previous contact when a child dies from abuse or neglect Since 5-year-old Hernandez’s death has not been ruled as either DCF is refusing to release any information DCF has a long history of being ...

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