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Before Laura crossed the Mc Allen-Hidalgo International Bridge into Mexico, she turned to the Border Patrol agent supervising her return to Mexico.“When I am found dead,” she told him, “it will be on your conscience.”, Laura S.
In the final moments before Laura crossed the bridge, she turned to Agent Garza.When I spoke to Coronilla’s wife shortly after his death, she told me that she’d returned to Mexico to claim his body. The principle was enshrined in the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, formalizing the concept of the “refugee” and insuring safe harbor for people who could show “a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion.” No one with a credible fear of persecution could be expelled “in any manner whatsoever to a territory where he or she fears threats to life or freedom.”For the U.S., the effort to protect refugees was also an act of atonement.Laura pleaded with Garza as he drove them to a nearby processing center, where Laura’s friends saw her, under pressure, sign paperwork for a “voluntary return.” Three hours later—after holding off until dawn “for safety reasons,” Garza later explained, “since there were females involved”—he drove them to the Mc Allen-Hidalgo International Bridge, which crosses the Rio Grande and leads to Reynosa, a city so violent that the U. State Department forbids its employees there from venturing out after midnight.As the sun rose, Laura stepped onto the bridge and into a much larger story, one that has launched a major legal battle over the U. government’s duty to protect prospective deportees who plead for their lives.