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Julian Castro Escorted LGBT Migrants Across the Border Only for CBP to Send Them Back After He Left

WorldNews Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Julian Castro Escorted LGBT Migrants Across the Border Only for CBP to Send Them Back After He LeftDemocratic 2020 presidential candidate Julián Castro has accused the Trump administration of ignoring "due process" after he escorted 12 asylum seekers to the U.S. border only to learn they had been forced to return to Mexico hours later. Among the group of 12 were a number of LGBT asylum seekers who said they had faced threats and assault while waiting in the Mexican border town of Matamoros, which sits across from Brownsville, Texas. Several of the asylum seekers told The Los Angeles Times of how they had been threatened and intimidated for being gay, while one asylum seeker, Melisa, a 27-year-old from Honduras, said she had been struck by a stranger while simply standing outside a...
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