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"The Court finds that the government of El Salvador is unable to control the MS-13. ... The Court finds that in light of the small size of El Salvador, the strength of the MS-13, and the fact that Respondent's religious proselytizing in El Salvador is likely to be highly visible to gang members, Respondent has met his burden of showing that there is nowhere in El Salvador where he could avoid persecution." - Matter of X-, Aug. 10, 2012.
Hats off to attorney Ronald J. Pabis -