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Dec 14, 2018 08:21:08   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/girl-who-crossed-border-dad-died-border-patrol-custody-n947811

Depending on which source you read, the child and her father were detained after they illegally crossed into the US. Without fail, all of the articles seem to be blaming Border Patrol because she started having seizures after they were taken into custody. She was rushed by helicopter to hospital where she died.

I think the parent, who dragged his daughter into the desert should be held for manslaughter. It was not Border Patrol who put the child in danger, it was her own father. Should these reckless parents be held/arrested when they drag their kids into conditions that even the most well trained hiker take serious? If this was a US citizen, you can bet you sweet bippy that he would be facing some serious jail time. Indeed, all the articles agree that the child had not had food or water for several days.

What is your opinion?

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Dec 14, 2018 08:23:58   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/girl-who-crossed-border-dad-died-border-patrol-custody-n947811

Depending on which source you read, the child and her father were detained after they illegally crossed into the US. Without fail, all of the articles seem to be blaming Border Patrol because she started having seizures after they were taken into custody. She was rushed by helicopter to hospital where she died.

I think the parent, who dragged his daughter into the desert should be held for manslaughter. It was not Border Patrol who put the child in danger, it was her own father. Should these reckless parents be held/arrested when they drag their kids into conditions that even the most well trained hiker take serious? If this was a US citizen, you can bet you sweet bippy that he would be facing some serious jail time. Indeed, all the articles agree that the child had not had food or water for several days.

What is your opinion?
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old mi... (show quote)

She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.

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Dec 14, 2018 08:38:58   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
The question is why the father put his child at risk. A responsible and loving parent would not endanger their child.

Kevyn wrote:
She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.

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Dec 14, 2018 08:39:07   #
Liberty Tree (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.


Do you know all that happened after they were detained? Of course not, you just jump on every chance to play the blame game. Facts do not matter to you.

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Dec 14, 2018 08:45:40   #
Wonttakeitanymore (a regular here)
 
Child endangerment!! The children garner sympathy so these people can get money! Just like homeless people have a dog! They play the system! Not saying child like dog! Now this dude will sue and win! If they were black they could call al!

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Dec 14, 2018 09:00:24   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
This is similar to the one who died in May.... the US is being sued for millions.

Wonttakeitanymore wrote:
Child endangerment!! The children garner sympathy so these people can get money! Just like homeless people have a dog! They play the system! Not saying child like dog! Now this dude will sue and win! If they were black they could call al!

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Dec 14, 2018 09:03:22   #
Canuckus Deploracus (a regular here)
 
Lord bless and embrace her , poor child...
Another innocent called to soon...
She was blameless...
May she sing with angels and grant us compassion and wisdom...
Amen

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Dec 14, 2018 09:07:53   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
Lovely, but where do you stand on the issue? Should the US Customs and Border Patrol be held responsible or should her father who put her in danger?

Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Lord bless and embrace her , poor child...
Another innocent called to soon...
She was blameless...
May she sing with angels and grant us compassion and wisdom...
Amen

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Dec 14, 2018 09:14:21   #
Smedley_buzkill (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.


Likely your prescience is on the fritz again.

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Dec 14, 2018 09:16:06   #
Smedley_buzkill (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
Lovely, but where do you stand on the issue? Should the US Customs and Border Patrol be held responsible or should her father who put her in danger?


Given the number of border jumpers in dire straits that they rescue every day, it's highly unlikely they withheld anything.

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Dec 14, 2018 09:19:34   #
Canuckus Deploracus (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
Lovely, but where do you stand on the issue? Should the US Customs and Border Patrol be held responsible or should her father who put her in danger?


A fair question... Hope I can do it justice...

In my opinion it is a parent's (especially a father's) duty to protect their children...
This man made a choice that I personally could never condone...
Perhaps there were circumstances that forced his hand and led him to endanger his child in such a reckless manner , but at the moment I have found no information to support that hypothesis...

It seems like the border patrol did everything in their power to help this child. Including using a helicopter. It is often difficult to determine the condition of children , especially if their guardian is being less than forthcoming (have no information as to what the father told the border agents at the time)...
I believe they should be commended for their actions and would like to include them in my above mentioned prayer... We often forget how difficult these situations can be for those who have chosen to put themselves on the frontlines...

God bless these border agents. We thank them for their dedication and diligence. May they continue to serve us with honor. Amen

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Dec 14, 2018 09:29:48   #
no propaganda please (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/girl-who-crossed-border-dad-died-border-patrol-custody-n947811

Depending on which source you read, the child and her father were detained after they illegally crossed into the US. Without fail, all of the articles seem to be blaming Border Patrol because she started having seizures after they were taken into custody. She was rushed by helicopter to hospital where she died.

I think the parent, who dragged his daughter into the desert should be held for manslaughter. It was not Border Patrol who put the child in danger, it was her own father. Should these reckless parents be held/arrested when they drag their kids into conditions that even the most well trained hiker take serious? If this was a US citizen, you can bet you sweet bippy that he would be facing some serious jail time. Indeed, all the articles agree that the child had not had food or water for several days.

What is your opinion?
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old mi... (show quote)


From several articles that I have read, the child was without water or food for around 7 days according to the autopsy. That makes it the "parents" or whom ever brought the child to the border for her illegal crossing fault and they should be charged with murder through intentional neglect, charged by the Mexican government.

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Dec 14, 2018 09:52:51   #
byronglimish (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.


You, per usual, will side with the law breaker. This parent should be in custody for manslaughter.

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Dec 14, 2018 09:54:27   #
Gatsby (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
She was in custody for 6 hours before she died, that is more than enough time to treat her for dehydration. Medical care and likely fluids were withheld until it was too late.


The girl had a fever of 105.7 degrees, combined with dehydration, heat stroke is a possibility.

There will be an autopsy and investigation, which justice requires.

At this point; anyone who has already formed an opinion as to responsibility, is unfit to judge the matter.

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Dec 14, 2018 10:52:01   #
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Pennylynn wrote:
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/girl-who-crossed-border-dad-died-border-patrol-custody-n947811

Depending on which source you read, the child and her father were detained after they illegally crossed into the US. Without fail, all of the articles seem to be blaming Border Patrol because she started having seizures after they were taken into custody. She was rushed by helicopter to hospital where she died.

I think the parent, who dragged his daughter into the desert should be held for manslaughter. It was not Border Patrol who put the child in danger, it was her own father. Should these reckless parents be held/arrested when they drag their kids into conditions that even the most well trained hiker take serious? If this was a US citizen, you can bet you sweet bippy that he would be facing some serious jail time. Indeed, all the articles agree that the child had not had food or water for several days.

What is your opinion?
You may have seen this in the news: 7-year-old mi... (show quote)


My opinion is that U are above my pay grade. I don't know what a bibby is. LOL. My pinion? The same as yours.

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