Texas migrant charity boss steps down amid questions over finances

Juan Sanchez, who built a business empire that has boomed on the back of a hardline government policy, will retire A non-profit that detains thousands of migrant children on behalf of the Trump administration as the government continues its crackdown on US-Mexico border, said on Monday its founder and chief executive is stepping down. Southwest Key Programs announced on Monday that Juan Sanchez, who built a business empire that has boomed on the back of a hardline government policy, will retire. The company issued a short statement thanking him, without going into details about the exact circumstances leading up his decision to depart. The Austin, Texas-based non-profit operates facilities at and near the US-Mexico border, collecting hundreds of millions of …