FILE - Central American migrants, part of a caravan hoping to reach the USA border, move on the road in Escuintla, Chiapas state, Mexico.
A federal grand jury indicted Bowen on May 30, 2018, on charges of denying the Guatemalan man his civil rights and filing a false report, court records show.
The situation began December 3, 2017, when Border Patrol agents spotted a Guatemalan man illegally crossing the US border in Nogales, Arizona. "CBP is committed to the health, safety and humane treatment of those in our custody".
"The danger of violent assault on that journey, the potential for a tragic incident in the crossing or in overwhelmed CBP facilities, or in transportation networks, is clear and present", he said at the time.
The boy, identified as Carlos Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez, had complained of not feeling well on Sunday and was diagnosed by a nurse-practitioner with the flu.
The cause of death is unknown and the incident is being reviewed by CBP's Office of Professional Responsibility. He was moved to the agency's station in nearby Welasco on Sunday.
Carlos had last been checked an hour before he was found unresponsive.
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When he was hit the first time, the man "reached back while running and used his hands to "push off" of the hood" according to an affidavit filed by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General.
Guatemala's foreign ministry said the teenager was from Baja Verapaz, north of Guatemala City, and was seeking to reunite with family in the US already. From October 2018 through this April, almost 293,000 unaccompanied children or people travelling in families were apprehended at the southern U.S. border - almost four times the number during the same period the prior year. The agency says it took the child to the hospital the same day the mother reported he was sick, and he was hospitalized for several weeks.
In April, a 16-year-old boy died after being hospitalized in intensive care. Jakelin Caal Maquin, 7, died of sepsis, a bacterial infection, in an El Paso hospital in December, two days after she and her father were detained.
But immigrant advocates say the administration's policies, including making it more hard for migrants to seek asylum at official ports of entry, contribute to making their journeys more arduous and drive migrants to seek out remote border outposts badly equipped to care for children.
The Border Patrol has released photos of adults and children lying in small, military-style tents or on the grass and pavement outside of two of its stations.
"Yet another child has died in US government custody", said Ashley Houghton, tactical-campaigns manager at Amnesty International USA.
"It is risky and cruel to detain people, particularly children, in crowded and unsanitary conditions for seeking protection", the organization said.