Walter Shaub @waltshaub former Director of @OfficeGovEthics now with @CREWcrew personal account - views are my own Jun. 20, 2019 1 min read

Justice Department attorney Sarah Fabian is arguing that it's fine for the government to make children in its custody sleep on concrete floors in frigid cells. They don't need soap or toothbrushes, Sarah Fabian says. Shame on Sarah Fabian. 

Joseph H. Hunt, William C. Peachey, William C. Silvis, Sarah B. Fabian, Jessie K. Liu, and Jeremy S. Simon serve as reminders that, sometimes, all it takes for evil to prevail is an official willing to carry out evil orders. 

These children serve as a reminder of what happens when evil prevails: unnamed 10-year-old from El Salvador; Carlos Gregorio Hernandez, 16; two-and-a-half-year-old Guatemalan boy; Juan de Leon Gutierrez, 16; Felipe Gomez Alonzo, 8; Jakelin Caal, 7; and unnamed 16 year old boy.

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