Rapes, murders … and coronavirus: the dangers US asylum seekers in Mexico must face

Migrants forced to wait in Mexico are confronted with another threat to their health and safety as the virus spreads
Stuart isn’t leaving his house in Tijuana right now unless it’s absolutely necessary.
Like countless others across the world, the Guatemalan asylum seeker is wary of contracting the coronavirus. But he’s also worried about going outside after Mexican municipal police detained him illegally, then tortured and robbed him earlier this month, according to him and his attorney.
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Migrants forced to wait in Mexico are confronted with another threat to their health and safety as the virus spreads

Stuart isn’t leaving his house in Tijuana right now unless it’s absolutely necessary.

Like countless others across the world, the Guatemalan asylum seeker is wary of contracting the coronavirus. But he’s also worried about going outside after Mexican municipal police detained him illegally, then tortured and robbed him earlier this month, according to him and his attorney.

Continue reading…

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