Immigrant teens say they were restrained, beaten at facility
Clip: 06/21/2018 | 6m 17s
Claims of severe physical and psychological abuse of immigrant teenagers at a juvenile detention facility near Staunton, Virginia, has prompted Gov. Ralph Northam to launch an investigation, hours after they were reported by the Associated Press. John Yang talks with the AP’s Michael Beisecker, one of the reporters who broke the story, about the troubling allegations and the child victims.
Aired: 06/21/18Video has closed captioning.
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