School Rape Of Teenage Girl By Illegal Immigrants, New Details Found In Investigation
Mar 23, 2017 07:46 AM EDT
Some new brutal details emerged on Monday in the alleged school rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland high school. The girl was raped by two male students, one who entered the country illegally and the other illegal within the county.
The Rockville High School teen girl was allegedly attacked at 9 am last Thursday. The two suspects of the school rape, Jose O. Montano, 17, of El Salvador, and Henry E. Sanchez-Milian, 18, of Guatemala, were charged with first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sexual offense, according to KTLA News.
Montgomery County Police revealed that the victim was walking in a school hallway when Montano asked her to walk with him and Sanchez and later asked her to engage in a sexual intercourse. The girl who allegedly knew one of them, refused to respond. Montano then forced her into a boy's bathroom, then into a stall, as both Montano and Sanchez raped the victim inside the bathroom stall.
Court records described the perilous and brutal assault committed by Montano and Sanchez, who raped the young girl multiple times, both vaginally and orally. They even sodomized her while speaking to each other in Spanish. Forensic expert recovered blood and male fluids from the school rape scene, according to Fox News.
Jessica Vaughan, the director of policy studies for the Washington, D.C. based Center for Immigration Studies said, "Montgomery, like others that have absorbed a large number of the Central American youths, has experienced a noticeable uptick in violence that has been attributed to gangs like MS-13, and this has been especially acute in the high schools." She noted that the Obama administration's disastrous handling of the surge of illegal immigrants arriving from Central America, is partially to blame in the school rape.
Montgomery County has one of the "more notorious sanctuary policies," according to authorities. Meanwhile, the judge who oversaw the alleged attackers' bond hearing refused to release them on bail as both students are classified under "dangerous and flight risks" due to the school rape.