Ep. 12: Human Rights Attorney Hope Frye on the Evils She Witnessed Inside of Trump's Concentration Camps

Published: July 9, 2019, 8:13 a.m.

Hope Frye is a human rights attorney who leads teams of lawyers and doctors into Border Patrol and ICE detention centers to monitor their treatment of unaccompanied migrant and refugee children. The 1997 Flores decision has governed the care of these children until Trump's vile regime circumvented that agreement.

Most recently she has lead teams to McAllen, Texas; Homestead, Florida; and several facilities in the Rio Grande Valley. She is the attorney who discovered the premature newborn and recovering young mother at an overcrowded processing facility in McAllen, Texas last month.

Hope Frye explains how Donald Trump's regime is violating American and international law in its treatment of migrants and refugees and why the culture of the Border Patrol and ICE encourages cruelty towards non-white immigrants, refugees, and migrants. Frye also shares her experiences documenting the horrible conditions inside of Trump's concentration camps and what it was like to discover a young mother and her premature baby who were suffering at the hands of Trump's Border Patrol enforcers.