José Guillermo García, the former Salvadoran defense minister, enters immigration court in downtown Miami in 2013. He was recently deported and now intends to go forward with an appeal before a federal court to reverse his removal. His removal marked the final chapter in federal efforts to deport two former senior Salvadoran military officials suspected of human rights violations.
José Guillermo García, the former Salvadoran defense minister, enters immigration court in downtown Miami in 2013. He was recently deported and now intends to go forward with an appeal before a federal court to reverse his removal. His removal marked the final chapter in federal efforts to deport two former senior Salvadoran military officials suspected of human rights violations. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com
José Guillermo García, the former Salvadoran defense minister, enters immigration court in downtown Miami in 2013. He was recently deported and now intends to go forward with an appeal before a federal court to reverse his removal. His removal marked the final chapter in federal efforts to deport two former senior Salvadoran military officials suspected of human rights violations. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com

Deported former Salvadoran defense minister plans to appeal his removal

January 15, 2016 05:59 PM

UPDATED January 15, 2016 06:02 PM

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