The death of Elord Revolte, 17, in a Miami detention facility "evokes many of the dark secrets of Florida's troubled juvenile justice system, including incompetent supervision, questionable healthcare, willfully blind internal investigations and spasms of staff-induced violence, sometimes bought for the price of a pastry," the Miami Herald reports. The lack of accountability has left children in peril, unfit employees in charge and parents . . .
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