The photo on the left shows Lilian Oliva Bardales' injury within 24 hours of her cutting her wrist inside the Karnes County Residential Center in Texas. The photo on the right was taken two weeks later in Honduras on June 15, 2015. "They treated me like I was crazy," she says. The U.S. government says the injury was minor and she was treated well.
The photo on the left shows Lilian Oliva Bardales' injury within 24 hours of her cutting her wrist inside the Karnes County Residential Center in Texas. The photo on the right was taken two weeks later in Honduras on June 15, 2015. "They treated me like I was crazy," she says. The U.S. government says the injury was minor and she was treated well. Handout and McClatchy
The photo on the left shows Lilian Oliva Bardales' injury within 24 hours of her cutting her wrist inside the Karnes County Residential Center in Texas. The photo on the right was taken two weeks later in Honduras on June 15, 2015. "They treated me like I was crazy," she says. The U.S. government says the injury was minor and she was treated well. Handout and McClatchy

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