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Southwest Key Programs Inc. is to be paid more than $458 million in fiscal 2018 according to the data — the most among the organizations government agencies and companies that run a detention and care system for immigrant children on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services Southwest Key has about a dozen facilities in Texas including a site at a former WalMart Inc store in Brownsville that has drawn attention from members of Congress and national news organizations President Donald Trump is facing bipartisan criticism for his "zero tolerance" policy toward families that cross the US border with Mexico illegally Under the policy all undocumented adults who cross the border are to be arrested and prosecuted even if they mean to petition for asylum As a result their children are removed and placed in the custody of US authorities — briefly with Customs and Border Patrol under the Department of Homeland Security and then with the Office of Refugee Resettlement at the Administration for Children and Families an HHS agency The refugee office is housing and caring for nearly 12000 immigrant children according to Steve Wagner ACFs acting assistant secretary More than 2000 of them were separated from their parents or other caregivers after crossing the border under the Trump policy announced in April; the rest entered the US on their own The government already expects to spend $943 million in 2018 in grants to detain and care for the children according to ACF data — a figure that may increase as the Trump administration apprehends more families crossing the border The government spent $958 million in all of fiscal 2017 which ended Sept 30 according to the data ACF spokespeople didnt respond to a voicemail or email inquiring about the data and the governments detention system Austin-based Southwest Key also did not respond to messages Homestead Facility The ACF data arent current and may not reflect an expansion of the governments detention system For example two Florida lawmakers — Senator Bill Nelson and Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz both Democrats — tried on Tuesday to enter a Homestead Florida detention center run by Comprehensive Health Services Inc They were turned away by officials at the facility "You will hear me erupt like a volcano on the floor of the Senate tonight" Nelson told reporters afterward The company doesnt appear in grant records for what the government calls its "Unaccompanied Alien Children Program" Instead it was issued a contract in February for "emergency shelter" for as many as 500 immigrant children records show The contract was increased on May 4 to provide beds for as many as 1000 children and will pay the company as much as $31 million Comprehensive Health was previously contracted by the Obama administration under a separate program called "Shelter Care for Unaccompanied Children" to detain immigrant children apprehended crossing the border Comprehensive Healths Homestead facility had been in operation under Obama but was closed last year Wasserman Schultz said it was reopened this year without notice Gail Hart a spokeswoman for Comprehensive Health Services declined to say when the detention center reopened and referred all questions to the Administration for Children and Families Former WalMart The former WalMart store in Brownsville that Southwest Key converted into a detention center is owned by a local limited liability corporation Chacbak LLC according to property records The company owns at least one other local building also leased by Southwest Key a former hospital converted into a detention center for immigrant children in 2013 according to the Brownsville Herald Two groups of Democratic members of Congress have recently toured the former WalMart now called Casa Padre which houses about 1500 boys On Monday a group of House Democrats also toured Casa Presidente a smaller Southwest Key facility that houses younger children The lawmakers said they encountered children younger than one who had been separated from caregivers and housed at the facility for longer than a month "If the president had a heart how could he let this happen" Representative Ben Ray Lujan said in an interview after the visit "He should come and see one of these little babies maybe hold one Maybe hell feel something maybe itll set something right in him" Southwest Key rapidly increased the compensation of its CEO Juan Sanchez from about $269000 in 2010 to more than $786000 in 2015 the most recent year for which its tax returns are available through the website Guidestarorg His compensation nearly doubled to $15 million in 2016 according to tax records for an Austin charter school he founded The federal government paid the group about $286 million in 2017 and $211 million in 2016 according to the ACF data The nonprofit is expanding its operations — the Houston Chronicle reported last week that Southwest Key has leased a warehouse in that city to build a detention center that may be intended for the long-term housing of as many as 240 children most of them under the age of 12 Contact us at editors@timecom By Deisy Buitrago and Alexandra Ulmer CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela’s diplomatically-isolated president received a show of support from Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday ahead of a weekend election boycotted by the opposition coalition and decried by Washington The United States the European Union and major Latin American countries have criticized Sunday’s vote in which leftist President Nicolas Maduro is likely to win re-election to a six-year term Critics say Maduro a 55-year-old former bus driver who has presided over an economic meltdown is virtually assured victory as two of his most popular opponents are banned from running and the electoral council is pro-government The Trump administration has threatened further sanctions and urged Latin America to cut off Venezuelan officials from financial systems and restrict their travel visas So foreign shows of support are particularly welcome as Maduro seeks to legitimize his likely re-election despite a brutal economic crisis that has Venezuelans skipping meals succumbing to once controlled diseases and emigrating en masse In a split screen chat broadcast live on Venezuelan state television on Thursday Maduro and Erdogan held a stilted translated conversation that had several technical problems "I wish you much success in the coming election and a month later I think we’re going to have success in Turkey One of my first tasks will be a state visit to Venezuela" said Erdogan in reference to Turkey’s presidential and parliamentary elections on June 24 "I have faith you will be triumphant" Erdogan told Maduro whose main rival is former state governor Henri Falcon who broke with an opposition boycott to run for the presidency Critics scoff that both Maduro and Erdogan are in fact authoritarian leaders who have snuffed out dissent and mishandled their economies "For the Venezuelan government this election is not designed to look legitimate in front of the Western world but rather in front of the illiberal world like Russia China Turkey and Qatar" said opposition lawmaker and economist Angel Alvarado "Maduro will try to present himself not as a democrat but as a government that has popular support . to have a bit of legitimacy and receive financial help" China and Russia have lent Caracas billions of dollars and both have significant oil fields in Venezuela home to the world’s biggest crude reserves Turkey has a much smaller presence but Turkish Airlines started flying to Caracas in 2016 – one of a few major international carriers to still service the violent country – and Venezuela’s government has said Turkey would invest in its new "petro" cryptocurrency Maduro and Erdogan on Thursday also vowed more cooperation in oil mining gas agriculture technology and industry Venezuelan opposition leaders say Maduro is selling assets on the cheap in an attempt to keep his cash-strapped government afloat despite a fifth straight year of recession and collapsing oil production Maduro says a right-wing US-led campaign is seeking to destabilise his administration financially in order to foment a coup and usher in a capitalist leadership "Venezuelans are going to give a lesson on democracy and liberty to the world on Sunday" Maduro told Erdogan (Additional reporting by Leon Wietfeld Andreina Aponte and Girish Gupta; Writing by Alexandra Ulmer; Editing by Susan Thomas) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Pippa Middleton, Contact us at editors@time.” Contact us at editors@time.” "had no food and no water source", Greed, So, Clearly.
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