A Valley migrant worker is seeking justice. He says he became a victim of a hate crime while working in the fields up north.
Like many migrants before him, Rafael Trevino made the journey up north to work. He was hoping to make his family’s life better. Instead, he claims he was a victim of a violent beating that almost cost him his life.
Trevino went to work in the corn fields of the tiny town of Wall Lake, Iowa. It’s a place so small it’s not even on the map. Trevino claims he was outside his home there when he was abducted by a group of men. Trevino says he was taken to the country side then beaten and left for dead.
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