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A Border Patrol agent reveals what it’s really like to guard migrant children

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  1. [3]
    FZeroRacer
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    Ah, so they're willing to be a member of the SS because it pays well despite the trauma. Complaining about how it's so difficult and there's nothing that can be done...despite having plenty that...

    Ah, so they're willing to be a member of the SS because it pays well despite the trauma. Complaining about how it's so difficult and there's nothing that can be done...despite having plenty that they can do.

    I'd feel uncomfortable talking about it too, knowing that people would rightfully call me a monster for doing nothing. 'Just going my job' is a great excuse.

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    1. [2]
      sqew
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      That it is. It allows us to escape both personal guilt and societal repercussions for things we do, no matter how terrible they may be in an objective light.

      'Just going my job' is a great excuse.

      That it is. It allows us to escape both personal guilt and societal repercussions for things we do, no matter how terrible they may be in an objective light.

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  2. gotfoundout
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    Well that was fucking depressing.

    Well that was fucking depressing.

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