This still needs a concrete resolution to reunite families and this Video is especially disturbing because the little girls aren’t staying at the #CayugaCenters , they’re being sent out unescorted in taxis. Where are they being sent?!?
................. Video via @ny1 Video shows kids still being brought to NYC immigration foster agency early Wednesday morning. Spectrum News NY1 reporter, Josh Robin, shot exclusive video of some unusual activity at the foster agency in East Harlem. Sources tipped off NY1's Josh Robin to go to the Cayuga Centers facility in East Harlem. He was told that kids separated from their parents along the southern U.S. border would be brought there.The video, shot at 12:45 a.m., shows five girls, accompanied by two Spanish-speaking women, being led into the lobby of the building where the Cayuga Centers is housed. A woman they were with emphatically denied they had been separated from their parents. But in an interview with NY1, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said those girls were part of the approximately 2,000 kids recently separated from their parents along the southern border. "That's what the facilities have told us," Cuomo told NY1's Roma Torre. The children eventually went into the lobby and asked for six on the buzzer to be pressed, the number for Cayuga.
About an hour later, they left with coverings shielding them, with no one offering any comment.