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12-year-old Bahamian girl who fled hurricane placed in US children’s shelter

12-year-old Bahamian girl who fled hurricane placed in US children’s shelter

12-year-old Kaytora Paul fled the Bahamas with her family during Hurricane Dorian separated from her godmother at the Miami International Airport on Sunday night by CBP officials because her godmother is not biologically related to her. She still remains in a shelter despite her family’s attempts to retrieve her.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

"How can we use this 12 year old's tragedy for our agenda?" - MSM

WWG1WGA 1 year

At least she is safe.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 1 year

Sorry to burst your bubble, but people bringing children into the country need to prove their relationship to keep the child, and dna is not an option in the case of godparents. If we didn't separate them, then every child trafficker will just claim to be a godparent. Would you rather some children being separated from their family for a short time while facts are ascertained? Or would you rather some children being traded as sex slaves, and likely murdered, suiciding, or growing up to be drugged up prostitutes? Yes it sucks for the kids that are separated from actual family, but I think it is a necessary evil in order to protect children from the slave trade.

T.N. Morgan
T.N. Morgan 1 year

We have rules and laws and procedures that must be followed when refugees or immigrants are admitted into the country for whatever reason. Those don't just get thrown out the window because someone was displaced by a hurricane. You think bad people won't take advantage of a natural disaster to traffic children in and out of the country? Gimme a break. 😒

Carisa D
Carisa D 1 year

Blame it on all the migrants taking up all our resources on the border and abusing our system. This is on them. This is what happens when people cry “wolf”.

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