“There were three agencies, and each was like its own stovepipe. Each had its own boss, and they did not communicate. What was lost in the process was the family. The parents didn’t know where the children were, and the children didn’t know where the parents were. And the government didn’t know either.” From WaPo: Deleted families: What went wrong with Trump’s family-separation effort. (Who could have known that moral bankruptcy and wanton inefficiency would be such a bad combination?)

+ “If you’re a predator, it’s a gold mine. You have full access and then you have kids that have already had this history of being victimized.” ProPublica obtained police reports and call logs from more than two-thirds of the shelters housing immigrant children. Here’s what they show.