Attorney: US deports woman who alleged sex assault by guards

Attorney: US deports woman who alleged sex assault by guards


HOUSTON (AP) – An immigrant woman who accused guards of sexually assaulting her at a detention center was deported Monday, weeks after she was interviewed by investigators, the woman’s lawyer said.

Linda Corchado told the El Paso Times that the woman was deported to Mexico, just under a month after the she underwent a five-hour interview.

The woman alleged guards at the El Paso Processing Center forcibly kissed her and targeted her in places where they could not be seen by security cameras. After the Texas Tribune and ProPublica first reported the allegations, the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general opened an investigation into her case and allegations from at least two other people.

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The woman is from Mexico and has two American-born children. She is not being identified.

Corchado said the woman told the inspector general and the FBI about the blind spots that guards allegedly used. She remained in the jail afterward.

“It was truly damaging to

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