Strangely, one of the attackers was 18 years old, but had been put in the freshman class, making him the classmate of the 14 year old girl he allegedly raped.It is just not true that all the illegal immigrants to the United States are good, law abiding folk, looking for a great new life. Many are, of course, even as they depress the labor market and commit identity fraud. Often these are the best of their country. But among them are the worst predators and criminals who see a rich, complacent country the way Lions see Gnus at a waterhole.
Tucker Carlson video segment at the link. Apparently Rockville is considering becoming a sanctuary city, and Maryland is exploring the possibility of becoming a sanctuary state.
New, brutal details emerged Monday in the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland high school by two male students, at least one of whom was in the country illegally.By the way, the way I read this article, both attackers might be illegals. This sentence, for example:
The unidentified student at Rockville High School in Rockville, Md. was violently raped, sodomized and made to perform oral sex in a campus bathroom stall by the two males, according to court records.
Jose O. Montano, 17, from El Salvador, and Henry E. Sanchez-Milian, 18, from Guatemala, were charged with first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sexual offense after they allegedly attacked the girl at 9 a.m. last Thursday.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says they have a detainer on Sanchez, a citizen of Guatemala. The agency could not comment on Montano’s case since he is a minor.So Sanchez is an illegal, and ICE won't comment on the other because he's technically a minor. But the first article noted he was from El Salvador.
As for Maryland becoming a sanctuary state, Gov. Hogan promises to veto the legislation, but it's not as if his veto has never been overridden by the our heavily Democratic legislature.
“The Maryland House of Delegates tonight passed an outrageously irresponsible bill that will make Maryland a sanctuary state and endanger our citizens," said Hogan. "This legislation would interfere with our state and local law enforcement's ability to cooperate with federal law enforcement authorities.
"I will veto this dangerously misguided legislation the moment that it reaches my desk.”