Children Are Paying the Price for Bush's Deportation Policies

Thousands of children are dumped into squalor after being deported from the United States.

We've already seen, here in the States, the travesties created by the Republican push to deport illegal immigrants: police-state tactics, the bastardization of justice, the destruction of families, the inhuman treatment of cancer victims. But that's just the beginning of the ugliness.

Then there's what happens afterwards -- particularly to the children. A La Jornada report (translated; see original here) gives the basic outline:
David Neiwert is a freelance journalist based in Seattle, and the assistant editor of Crosscut.