The Third Circuit held that people who publicly provide assistance against major Salvadoran gangs constitute a particular social group (PSG) and that the BIA erred in applying Myrie v. Attorney General when it denied the petitioner CAT relief.

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Court Says Persons Who Publicly Provide Assistance Against Major Salvadoran Gangs Are a Particular Social Group