Portillo-Flores v. Barr, No. 20-1054, 2020 WL 5224452 (4th Cir. 2020)
Holding that a finding by the BIA that his or her home country's government was not unwilling and unable to protect the Respondent is subject to the substantial evidence standard, so can only be overturned if the Court finds "any reasonable adjudicator would be compelled to conclude the contrary." Additionally holding that State Department country conditions reports are "highly probative," and that an asylum applicant's statements about fear of police must be strong and supported by evidence in order to counteract contradictory country conditions reports.