EVEN MORE cases and situations of extreme conditions at DHS operated concentration camps have now become public knowledge. According to Buzzfeed, who got their hands on an investigators report, the conditions are much worse than previously known.
“Specifically, we are recommending that the Department of Homeland Security take immediate steps to alleviate dangerous overcrowding and prolonged detention of children and adults in the Rio Grande Valley,” wrote Jennifer Costello, acting inspector general.
The report shows that “wet wipes were used instead of showers; standing room only present in cells, families forcibly kept apart, limited access to hot food and or water” at almost any given time. The draft report is almost as bad as the first one — that revealed detainees weren’t being given basic sanitization tools to keep themselves clean.
The report, per Buzzfeed, comes after inspectors visited a reported five facilities and two separate ports of entry.
Of the even more pressing concerns is the fact that it appears that these facilities are so overcrowded even the inspector general is raising hell over the conditions in which these folks are being subjected to against their will.
We’ve reached out to DHS for comment on this matter.