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May 28, 2013 12:00 AM

Miami Herald editorial: State agency failing to protect at-risk children from bad parents

Nubia Barahona, a little girl who, with her brother was adopted by monstrous parents, practically died under the very noses of the Department of Children & Families staffers monitoring her quality of life.

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