Jonathan Alberto "aka Johana" Medina Leon, 25, died Saturday at the Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, the immigration and customs office said.
Medina Leon first encountered immigration officials on April 11 when she was illegally. Entry from Mexico to the United States took place at the port of entry of Paso Del Norte and was detained three days later in ICE detention.
ICE noted that its fear of being repatriated on May 18 was credible, and she was released a statement to appear before a US immigration judge on May 22.
On May 28, Medina Leon applied for "HIV testing and positive testing" and was taken to the hospital after complaining of chest pain.
"On the same day, her case was reviewed and she was released on probation," ICE said in a statement.
"This is another unfortunate example of a person illegally entering the United States with an untreated person, not a medical condition screened," said Corey A. Price, Head of the ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Branch in El Paso.
"There is a crisis on our southern border with a massive influx of foreigners who are attracted to the lies of human smugglers who benefit without regard to human life or well-being." Many of these foreigners try untreated or untreated means to enter the United States unknown illnesses that are diagnosed only while in custody. "
Obvious confiscation leads to human death
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An ambulance tried to revive him and was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
CBP is waiting to notify next of kin before the man's name is released.
"The care of those in the care of CBP is of the utmost importance." In accordance with the guidelines, the CBP Bureau of Professional Responsibility has initiated a review of the Department of Homeland Security of the Inspector General and the Government of El Salvador notified, "it said in a statement by the Agency.