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A Federal judge in California earlier this week decided that the Trump-administration of mental health services to thousands of migrants-parents and children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a report.
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Judge John Kronstadt of the US District Court in Los Angeles said that under the “state of danger created” doctrine, the Federal government is liable for the infliction of mental trauma on the families separated, the reported between 2017 and 2018, the New York Times.
A group of immigrant families, filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration in September, on the grounds that they suffered “life changing” trauma, would be the “continue to your mental and emotional well-being for years to come.” Several plaintiffs claimed that for months the parents were not given, to communicate clear information about the whereabouts of their children and were not able to work with them on a regular basis.
Tuesday the decision is said that these services would include mental health screening, psychological counseling, and possibly other forms of long-term treatment.
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Under the Trump-government policy of zero tolerance, the justice began to prosecute and jail adults who crossed the border illegally from Mexico. About 3,000 children with a migrant background were separated, as a result, according to information from the Federal government, published in the last month. After months of public protest, Trump exposed to, the start of the policy in June 2018, after a Federal judge forced the government to the process of unification of the families.