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The Spanish-written note from a migrant girl who was given to Univision says that she spent 5 days in jail. I was sick, I asked for help and they didn't offer it to me. & # 39; The Spanish-language network obtained 12 letters from unaccompanied children who were detained at the Border Patrol facilities, who carried out their experiences of coming to the United States

Migrant children who arrived at the southern border of the United States unaccompanied have described the abuse they encountered during their journey and the atrocities they were confronted with once at the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) detention centers.

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According to a dozen letters obtained by Univision, the minor children denounced the horrific circumstances that many other children have complained about and that have left a dark cloud about how the Trump government has tackled the humanitarian crisis.

All undocumented teenagers who executed their bills on the & # 39; heeleras & # 39; or & # 39; perreras & # 39 ;, Spanish terms for the cell complex of the Border Patrol, expressed themselves under the condition of anonymity.

CBP is the agency that arrests and first detains migrant parents and children who cross the Mexican border.

Almost all of the CBP facilities at the border were built when most people who entered the US illegally were single adults.

Now the agency imprison tens of thousands of parents and children every week. It contains 84,500 arrests of adults and children traveling together in May.

The Spanish-written note from a migrant girl who was given to Univision says that she spent 5 days in jail. I was sick, I asked for help and they didn't offer it to me. & # 39; The Spanish-language network obtained 12 letters from unaccompanied children who were detained at the Border Patrol facilities, who carried out their experiences of coming to the United States

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The Spanish-written note from a migrant girl who was given to Univision says that she spent 5 days in jail. I was sick, I asked for help and they didn't offer it to me. & # 39; The Spanish-language network obtained 12 letters from unaccompanied children who were detained at the Border Patrol facilities, who carried out their experiences of coming to the United States

Another migrant teenager said that she was treated poorly, starved in immigration & # 39; and that agents from the Border Patrol claimed her & # 39; with humiliating and discriminatory words & # 39;

Another migrant teenager said that she was treated poorly, starved in immigration & # 39; and that agents from the Border Patrol claimed her & # 39; with humiliating and discriminatory words & # 39;

Another migrant teenager said that she was treated poorly, starved in immigration & # 39; and that agents from the Border Patrol claimed her & # 39; with humiliating and discriminatory words & # 39;

The unaccompanied minors were part of a second group whose details were more explicit than the initial group of unaccompanied children whose Spanish-language network received letters at the beginning of June.

A boy confessed that he had been sexually abused when he stepped outside of the Casa del Migrante asylum in Mexico to get gifts from strangers so that he could feed himself.

& # 39; A car stopped and he told me: & # 39; I want you to auction your mind & # 39 ;, & # 39; wrote the migrant teenager in Spanish.

& # 39; Then he said to me: & # 39; I want you to do something to me that I want you to do. & # 39; Well, he brought me to a hotel room. He said to me: & # 39; Baden & # 39 ;. I bathed and then he forced me to have sex with him because I was hungry, well, the necessity. He forced me because I was (very) hungry. And I had to do it not because I wanted it, but because he forced me. Well, everything happened and he gave me money. For me it was very dirty, but the necessity (to eat) led me to do it. & # 39;

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The Spanish handwritten note from a teenage girl about legal pad paper told her condition in one of the detention centers after she became ill.

& # 39; I spent 5 days in jail. I was sick, I asked for help and they didn't offer it to me, & the migrant wrote.

& # 39; There were babies who cried, sick children. We have only bathed once since we arrived. I had a very bad time, they treated us badly, they woke us up all the time. & # 39;

Another migrant teenager said she was treated poorly, starved, & # 39; and that Border Patrol agents spoke to her in humiliating and discriminatory words, while another unaccompanied child claimed that immigration officials would lock up if they fell ill. And that's why nobody said they were sick for fear of being locked up. & # 39;

One of the unaccompanied minors said the children & # 39; had nothing to sleep on & # 39; and that they could not wash themselves.

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One child mentioned that there was no suffering during the & # 39; long journey & # 39; before it came under the custody of the Border Patrol where the & # 39; torment began & # 39; because the treatment was unacceptable, the food was poor & guards the prisoner's right to go to the bathroom.

However, the mood changed after a transfer to another facility.

A child mentions that there was no suffering during the & # 39; long journey & # 39; before it came under the custody of the Border Patrol where the real & # 39; torment began & # 39; because the treatment was unacceptable, & # 39; the food was poor & # 39; and guards had deprived the prisoner's right to go to the bathroom.

A child mentions that there was no suffering during the & # 39; long journey & # 39; before it came under the custody of the Border Patrol where the real & # 39; torment began & # 39; because the treatment was unacceptable, & # 39; the food was poor & # 39; and guards had deprived the prisoner's right to go to the bathroom.

A child mentions that there was no suffering during the & # 39; long journey & # 39; before it came under the custody of the Border Patrol where the real & # 39; torment began & # 39; because the treatment was unacceptable, & # 39; the food was poor & # 39; and guards had deprived the prisoner's right to go to the bathroom.

One of the unaccompanied minors said the children & # 39; had nothing to sleep on & # 39; and that they could not wash themselves.

One of the unaccompanied minors said the children & # 39; had nothing to sleep on & # 39; and that they could not wash themselves.

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One of the unaccompanied minors said the children & # 39; had nothing to sleep on & # 39; and that they could not wash themselves.

Other migrants kept their hopes high despite the conditions in detention centers that placed US President Donald Trump under public and international control.

& # 39; My dream is to study to become a lawyer, so that I can help migrants from other countries make their dream come true if I fulfill my dream, & # 39; said the undocumented teenager's comment.

& # 39; My dream is to be a lawyer because I know it's hard to leave our country. & # 39;

A teenage girl placed herself in the shoes of a & # 39; three-year & # 39; girl who was divorced in her mother's cell and remembered why she came to America in the first place.

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& # 39; I wanted to come here in the United States because my mother does not have the means to support us and I came to study, make my dreams come true and help my family & she said.

& # 39; I want to be like other people helping people who need something to help them. A little girl was without a mother, she was three years old. & # 39;

According to United States guidelines, unaccompanied children must be removed from the US Patients Department of Health and Human Services within 72 hours of being transferred to the Border Patrol facility, whose role is to place the children with a sponsor.

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