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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Three minors from El Salvador separated from their parents after crossing the U.S. border were sexually abused in shelters in Arizona, Salvadoran officials said Thursday.

Liduvina Magarin, deputy foreign relations minister for Salvadorans overseas, said authorities had received reports of the abuse of the children ages 12 to 17 by workers at unnamed shelters.

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“They are sexual violations, sexual abuses, that is what this is about,” Magarin told journalists.

She added that the Salvadoran government is making lawyers available to the families, and it will be up to them to decide how to proceed.

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  1. If this is true then the people involved need to go to jail. The reason I say if is that the government is seen as a piggy bank and in so many cases the government just settles, for a lesser amount but still a significant sum which makes many others want a piece of that pie. I am a firm believer that the government needs to fight the cases that come up unless they are absolutely sure that wrong doing happened.

  2. And how many children of American citizens are abused in foster care when they are separated from their parents, when their parents break the law? Where is the outrage over those separations and the abuse those children endure sometimes for years?

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