Two immigrant high school students who ‘raped a fourteen-year-old girl in a bathroom’ arrived in America just months ago from El Salvador and Guatemala

News Media Ignores Rape Story — Nothing is Reported on the main stream media.

  • Jose Montano, 17, and Henry Sanchez, 18, have been charged with first-degree rape and sexual offense in attack at Rockville High School in Maryland
  • The two arrived in the US from Central America less than a year ago
  • Police say Montano and Sanchez first approached a 14-year-old girl in the school hallway and propositioned her, but she refused 
  • Teens then allegedly forced her into a boys’ bathroom stall, and raped her

Two teens who were arrested for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl at their high school had recently arrived from Central America, reports suggest.

Police in Maryland arrested Jose Montano, 17, and Henry Sanchez, 18, after the young girl told school officials the pair had forced her into a bathroom stall and raped her.

Sanchez is now facing deportation proceedings as he had a pending ‘alien removal’ case against him, according to the Washington Post.

He is believed to have entered the US illegally from Guatemala seven months ago.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement won’t report on Montano’s immigration status as he is a minor.

Montano arrived El Salvador about eight months ago.

Sanchez was held without bond in court on Friday. Montgomery County Assistant States Attorney Rebecca MacVittie called him a ‘substantial flight risk’.

Montgomery County Police announced the arrests on Friday, saying that the alleged assault happened the day before at Rockville High School.

According to investigators, the victim was walking in a school hallway at around 9am when she ran into the two teens.

Montano asked the freshman to walk with them and to have sex, but the girl turned them down, according to a press release from the Montgomery County Police Department.

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Published Mar 19, 2017 — 0:28

Media Ignores Rape of 14-yo Girl in Rockville, MD

H/T:  Newsbusters, Mar 21, 2017

Tuesday’s White House press briefing featured a question from WTTG Fox 5’s Ronica Cleary that went against the liberal media’s narratives of the day, asking press secretary Sean Spicer about the alleged brutal rape of a high school student outside Washington D.C. by an illegal immigrant.

 As far as we can tell, no network or cable news coverage has been given to the rape that occurred last week at Rockville High School in Montgomery County, Maryland since it’s an inconvenient story for their liberal narrative (see Kate Steinele, Sarah Root, Drew Rosenberg, etc.).

Just under 20 minutes in, WTTG’s Cleary asked Spicer for comment on the horrifying crime and if school districts should examine policies about admitting illegal immigrants:

Recently, a 14-year-old girl — she was raped in the boy’s bathroom of her high school. A 17 and 18-year-old boy have been charged, one of the boys, you know, unlawfully entered the country, both have outstanding orders with ICE. So, here’s my first question about it. Currently, schools are prohibited from denying access to public education based on immigration status. Does the President hear a story like that and think that it should be change or be addressed in a future executive order?

Spicer began by stating how “this is a tragic event” that’s “horrendous and horrible and disgusting what this young woman in Rockville went through.”  

“I can’t possibly imagine, so first of all, let’s remember the human side of this that this is a tragic event that no child, no person, no parent should ever have to deal with. School should be a place where a parent puts their child on a bus or drops them off or sees them off and knows that they’re safe,” he added.

Turning shortly thereafter to the policy, he ruled that such a “troubling” crime “is not who we are as a country”:

I think that it is cause for concern, I think the city should look at its policies and I think that this is something that authorities are going to have to look at. I think from an immigration standpoint, clearly to see somebody — there are so many facets of this case that deserve question. Why was there — I think he was 17 or 18 years old — 18, thank you and how does that person get put into the ninth grade? Why was there — I mean, there so many issues that come up in this case. I will leave it to authorities to get through, but we are in the early stages and there’s a lot to get addressed with respect to this case in particular.

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CR-TV – Dan Bongino – liberals in Rockville voted to be a sanctuary city, after this girl was raped