Haitian migrants in Honduras denounce abuses in Central and South America

"In Peru, the Police have robbed me when I passed through customs; they robbed me, in Ecuador, the Police forced me off the bus and told me if you don't pay US$100 or US$200, we're going to send you back," said a Haitian who identified himself as Cevenson Beneche, 26, who left his country on January 2nd, 2017.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Haitian migrants who this week reached Honduras, on their way to the United States in a journey that began in Chile, denounced having been victims of abuses by authorities and "coyotes" in all the countries they have traveled through.

"In Peru, the Police have robbed me when I passed through customs; they robbed me, in Ecuador, the Police forced me off the bus and told me if you don't . . .

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