Tears of Sadness

Hope for My Daughter

Lagrimas de Tristeza—Tears of Sadness

My story is very difficult to record.

I will try to share

but

at

times

I will shed

tears

of

sadness.

*

My children suffered

from

The bad person

Who

Was

Their

Father.

*

Psychological abuse.

Threats.

Foul language.

Physical abuse.

He beat them.

He beat me.

I lost my unborn daughter

because

of

his

blows.

He becomes more violent

each time he beats us.

*

He locked us up

with

no

food.

A neighbor helped

but

she

was

afraid.

*

My husband belongs to a gang.

*

I made two complaints

to

the

police

about my husband.

But

they never answered.

The

police

are

accomplices.

*

I received a phone call

threatening

death.

I fear for myself.

I fear for my children.

*

I did a very dangerous thing

leaving

Because

he

is

armed.

Mariana 2-24-17

From Fear to Freedom

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    1. Unfortunately, there’s no way to know the status of any of the testimonies I post (detained, deported, released from detention in the custody of family in the USA). The statistics are that less than 1% receive asylum.

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