- On July 2, 2015
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Victor’s health rebounded soon after he began to receive antiretrovirals at the end of November 2013. Four months later, he had regained enough strength to leave Las Memorias and moved back to El Bordo. “I had to go there because I ain’t got no options,” he said. The police soon arrested him. “They didn’t even check me, they just put me in the car.” In the courtroom, Victor told the judge that he had HIV and showed his Truvada and Kaletra pills. The judge released him.
In June, Victor left El Bordo. “I got like, I’m tired of this, I don’t want to see no more drug addicts or Tijuana police. I’m like, Fuck it. I walked from El Bordo to Rosarito.” The distance is about 20 miles. It took him two days. He stayed in Rosarito until September and then rode public transport back to Tijuana because he had an appointment at CAPASITS to refill his antiretrovirals. He first stopped by Las Memorias for a meal and was invited to stay a few days and join their anniversary party.