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The mother of a toddler who died shortly after leaving a migrant detention center is suing the federal government for $60 million. The child developed a respiratory illness while being detained and was not given any medical care by the detention facility staff. The illness progressed to the point where it couldn’t be stopped and it cost the young child their life. This has to stop, and lawsuits may be the only way to stop it, as Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins explains.
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The mother of a one year old child who died a few weeks after leaving ice custody is now suing the United States for $60,000,000. Here’s the story of what happened. The mother and the child, one year old. We’re in a detention facility in Dilley, Texas. This facility happens to be known for having lackluster medical care, unsanitary conditions. It’s basically a disease breeding ground. The child, while in custody developed a respiratory illness that was not treated. Nobody at the facility care. There was not enough medical staff to treat the a young child. So they leave the detention facilities. Short time later, the respiratory illness has gone, untreated, left to fester, spread. Six weeks later, child dies. Child died from the infection. The illness that came from that detention facility, because nobody treated it. Nobody cared. The woman Yasmina Juarez is now suing the US government for $60 million. Uh, she’s suing the city of Eloy, Arizona that actually runs the dilly Texas facility for $40 million.
And I hope she gets every single penny of it. So here’s the thing, and this is actually what the lawyers in this case or arguing, when you make the policy to detain these people, you do have a responsibility to care for them. You have to provide them with medical care. You have to provide them with food. You have to provide them with sanitary conditions. Once they come into the United States, they are protected by the United States constitution. Whether or not they are a US citizen, that’s the way it works. Here in the United States. They were denied those constitutional protections. They were denied their basic humanity. These, uh, this, this woman who is now lost her child, she has a very strong case. And even if she does win both of these, that money is not going to make her whole again. And she knows that this isn’t about the money.
It’s about accountability. That’s what a lot of lawsuits in this country are about. It’s not about the money it is for the victims, but it’s to send a message that this kind of behavior is not okay. This kind of behavior has to be stopped and this kind of behavior is going to be punished because we know the federal government’s not going to punish them. They’re not going to punish, punish the detention facility workers. They’re not going to shut down the facility. They’re not going to change the conditions in this facility just like they don’t do it. When a major corporation poisons a town of 10,000 people and they all develop cancer, the government’s not going to step in and do anything to punish them. It’s the trial lawyers that come in, the lawsuits that are filed, those are what spark corporate change and that is what they’re hoping will happen with this facility down there in Texas.
KFDM News – Funeral arrangements are set for a two-year-old Beaumont girl, who drowned in the Houston area last weekend.Kaloni Corbin drowned in a pond during a family reunion.Her funeral is Saturday, July 13, at Church of God on Denver Street in Beaumont. Visitation is also Saturday at the church under the direction of Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel.
From Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel: Services for Baby Kaloni Corbin will be held on Saturday July 13,2013 @ 1:00p.m @ Gesthemane Church Of God located @ 2685 Denver St. Beaumont, Texas, 77701. Visitation to be held from 11:00a.m. until the time of the service with burial to follow at Live Oak Memorial Park on old Port Arthur Road under the direction of Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel located @ 624 Irma St.
If any one has any questions they can feel free to contact the funeral home @ (409) 838.6598.
An acct has been set up for Kaloni Corbin @ Bank Of America
acct # 586032746102.
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