What's really going on behind closed doors at the Homestead Detention Center? That's the question political leaders and immigration advocates are asking as they struggle to get inside for a tour of the facility housing migrant teens. Russell Black with Latin Impact Ministries says he conducted Saturday religious services there from 2015-to-16. He says the kids were well fed, clothed and bathed and were given time to play outside and go to school. This goes directly against what South Florida's Democratic congressmen and women say about the facility. They claim they kids are living in "prison-like" conditions without access to proper food, medicine or education.