Darlyn Cristabel Cordova-Valle hadn't seen her mother since she was one, She came to the U.S to see her mother, she was hospitalized not long after she arrived. Her mother requested for her to be released, the government denied her request. Darlyn died in U.S government custody on September 29th 2018 age 10.
Jakelin Amei Rosemary Caal Maquin liked to climb trees. She jumped when her father told her that she could come to the U.S with him. She thought she might get her first toy; she'd only just got her first pair of shoes. Jakelin died in U.S government custody on December 8th 2018 age 7.
Felipe Gomez Alonzo was excited to come to the U.S. he thought he might get a bicycle, his parents let him make the trip after he got upset that his dad would leave without him. Felipe died in U.S government custody on Christmas Eve 2018 age 8.
Juan de Leon Gutierrez was a shy, good student. When he had to miss school to help his dad harvest coffee, he'd always run to catch his teacher so he could explain his absence. Juan died in U.S government custody on April 30th 2019 age 16.
Wilmer Josue Ramirez Vasquez's mother brought him to the U.S to receive medical treatment for a condition which left him unable to walk. Wilmer died in U.S government custody on May 14th 2019 age 2.
Carlos Gregario Hernandez Vasquez loved playing the piano and bass, his family called him Goyito. He had eight brothers and sisters. One of them, Edgar, had special needs. Carlos came to the U.S to help support Edgar. Carlo died in U.S government custody on May 30th 2019 age 16. These are only some of the documented deaths, In 25 years, It's estimated that over 10,000 people have lost their lives at the U.S-Mexico border.