Camila Díaz Córdova was deported from the United States despite telling U.S. asylum officers that she feared for her life in her home country. After her return to El Salvador, Díaz was beaten and killed by police officers, three of whom were convicted last week. According to local activists, it was the first time that a Salvadoran court had issued convictions for the killing of a transgender woman

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El Salvador Police Officers Convicted of Killing Trans Woman Who Had Been Deported from U.S.