Judicial Watch Records Show Unaccompanied Minors Flown To Shelters By Private Companies

Judicial Watch is reporting that it has received records from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) detailing the nighttime transportation of unaccompanied migrant children (UAC) by air from Texas to Tennessee.

Records of two other flights making multiple stops across the country were also obtained by Judicial Watch.

The documents reveal how the Biden administration has been flying UACs into various smaller domestic airports across Tennessee, California, New Jersey and Oklahoma via private companies.

The documents show private companies contracted by HHS made multiple stops in San Diego, California, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, then to Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Newark, New Jersey to drop off UACs.

Documents show that most of the UACs end up in children’s shelters, such as La Casa de Sidney, Lincoln Hall Boys’ Haven, Children’s Home of Kingston, Children’s Village Shelter, and Cayuga Center TFC in Tennessee.

Another “Transfer of Custody” form indicates the transfer of six Guatemalan and Honduran children.

In October, The New York Post reported three flights, including from El Paso, carrying 25 youths, mostly girls under the age of 17, from Honduras and Guatemala.

Judicial Watch records from September also reveal data from the HHS Office of Refugee Resettlement, listing 33 allegations involving “unaccompanied children” for the time period of January 2021, to February 2021.

According to Judicial Watch, these incidents seemed to be tied to agencies that are contractors for the federal government. Ten of the allegations of inappropriate relationships with children were made against staff and “non-staff” members.

Earlier this month, Project Veritas released a video featuring a whistleblower, Tara Lee Rodas, working within a federal government agency called the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity & Efficiency.

Rodas told Project Veritas founder, James O’Keefe, “Tax dollars of people who are listening are paying to put children in the hands of criminals.”

Following the release of the video, three Republican U.S. Senators sent a letter to the chairman of the U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee, calling on him to investigate claims that migrant children are being put in the hands of human traffickers.


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