The photographer who took the now iconic photo of a caravan migrant Honduran mother and her children fleeing tear gas near the U.S. – Mexico border crossing at San Ysidro, California and Tijuana on Sunday says the woman is traveling with her five children to reunite with their who is father already in the U.S.
Mexican police broke up a protest of Central American migrants massed in Tijuana, scattering some demonstrators toward the border where U.S. officers hurled gas canisters from the American side. More photos: https://t.co/XJXOKIxAeT 📷 Kim Kyung-Hoon pic.twitter.com/qAZNAR4c6T
— Reuters Pictures (@reuterspictures) November 25, 2018
This fact not being reported in the numerous sympathetic articles published Monday about the mother, Maria Meza (aka Maria Lila Meza Castro), save for a buried mention by the Washington Post. The Post did a profile on the Reuters photographer who took the photo, Kim Kyung-Hoon, and included that Kim said he was told by a Reuters official that Meza was trying to reunite with her children’s father in the U.S.
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