In a precedent decision, the BIA found respondent removable, where killing of civilians and acts of torture occurred during his command of the Salvadoran National Guard, and he interfered with investigations, and failed to hold the perpetrators accountable. Matter of Vides Casanova, 26 I&N Dec. 494 (BIA 2015).

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BIA Finds Respondent Removable for Participation in Acts of Torture and Extrajudicial Killing