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Murder Is Torture

While a man’s past life as a gang member in El Salvador isn’t enough to protect him from deportation, a Ninth Circuit panel ordered immigration officials to reconsider a judge’s finding that the man’s likely murder if returned isn’t enough to halt removal under the Convention Against Torture.

SEATTLE – While a man’s past life as a gang member in El Salvador isn’t enough to protect him from deportation, a Ninth Circuit panel ordered immigration officials to reconsider a judge’s finding that the man’s likely murder if returned isn’t enough to halt removal under the Convention Against Torture.

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