Olivia Lopez sits on the dock at her water-front home on Lake Corpus Christi in Lake City, Texas on July 24, 2015. Lopez says she'll forever be traumatized after at the Texas Family Detention Center. When she was hired, she expected a group home setting, but the clanging of the locks and gates as she went through security on her first day proved to her she was working at a "prison."
Olivia Lopez sits on the dock at her water-front home on Lake Corpus Christi in Lake City, Texas on July 24, 2015. Lopez says she'll forever be traumatized after at the Texas Family Detention Center. When she was hired, she expected a group home setting, but the clanging of the locks and gates as she went through security on her first day proved to her she was working at a "prison." George Tuley McClatchy
Olivia Lopez sits on the dock at her water-front home on Lake Corpus Christi in Lake City, Texas on July 24, 2015. Lopez says she'll forever be traumatized after at the Texas Family Detention Center. When she was hired, she expected a group home setting, but the clanging of the locks and gates as she went through security on her first day proved to her she was working at a "prison." George Tuley McClatchy

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July 27, 2015 3:00 AM

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