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Michael Avenatti Accesses Child Immigrant Facility in Harlem, New York – Posts This Heartbreaking Image



As mentioned before, Michael Avenatti, the attorney representing Stormy Daniels in her fight against Michael Cohen and President Trump, has taken on the cases of over 60 immigrant mothers and 70 children over the course of the last two weeks.  He has quickly become one of the most recognizable faces within politics, and has been a thorn in President Trump’s side ever since taking on adult entertainer, Stormy Daniels’ case last year.

Yesterday Avenatti indicated that he was speaking to at least one whistleblower within ICE and that further information, including documents and images would be released in the coming days.  Well, it appears as if the superstar attorney has just released one of these images, and it certainly won’t provide President Trump or his administration anything close to the break they have so desired in this debacle.

“Others have been unsuccessfully trying to gain access to facilities for children for weeks so they could provide images to the American people showing the truth. Because people know that we specialize in protecting whistleblowers and delivering info, we have succeeded.  This is what Mr. Trump and Mr. Miller’s immigration policy really looks like…,” Avenatti tweeted just moments ago, along with this incredibly troublesome and painful image:

HillReporter has been informed by a source close to the matter, who wishes to remain anonymous, that the image was taken at the Cayuga Center in Harlem, New York.  This is the same facility that the press has been camped out at for the last several days, and it is believed that at least 239 children, separated from their parents, currently reside here. We have also confirmed that additional images, audio and video recordings will be forthcoming in the near future.

The message that this image, along with forthcoming images and videos will likely send, certainly won’t make the Trump administration very happy, especially as they seek to shift blame towards Democrats in Congress.