The Fourth Circuit remanded a claim for protection under the Convention Against Torture based on gang violence in El Salvador. The Court reprimanded the agency for selectively relying on the Department of State report to find that the Salvadoran government does not acquiescence to gang violence, even though the applicant had credibly testified that she twice had sought police protection, and twice had been turned away by the Salvadoran police.

The full text of Cabrera Vasquez v. Barr can be found here: