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  • Fostering Secrets: The most secretive agency in Mississippi

    In a six-part multimedia series, the Sun Herald investigates the most secretive agency in Mississippi, uncovering unsubstantiated claims of child abuse to incidents of children being raped in state custody. These are the stories of families suffering from their encounters with the Mississippi Department of Human Services.

In a six-part multimedia series, the Sun Herald investigates the most secretive agency in Mississippi, uncovering unsubstantiated claims of child abuse to incidents of children being raped in state custody. These are the stories of families suffering from their encounters with the Mississippi Department of Human Services. WESLEY MULLER/SUN HERALD
In a six-part multimedia series, the Sun Herald investigates the most secretive agency in Mississippi, uncovering unsubstantiated claims of child abuse to incidents of children being raped in state custody. These are the stories of families suffering from their encounters with the Mississippi Department of Human Services. WESLEY MULLER/SUN HERALD

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