Jose Boer-Sedano, a gay Mexican man with AIDS, has been granted asylum by a U.S. Appeals Court. Immigration courts had ordered his deportation. “Boer-Sedano, who now works as a waiter and busboy at a San Francisco hotel, was ostracized by family and friends in the town of Tampico in the eastern Mexico state of Tamaulipas, and was later harassed by co-workers because of his homosexuality, the court said. Boer-Sedano said in the late 1980s a high-ranking officer stopped him nine times over three months and forced him to perform oral sex. The officer threatened to expose his homosexuality, talked about killing him and once held a gun to his head.”
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