Friday, March 17, 2017

Two Male Rockville High School Students Charged with Rape of Female High School Student

Detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department – Special Victims Investigations Division (SVID) have arrested and charged two Rockville High School students, Jose O. Montano, age 17, of an unconfirmed address, and Henry E. Sanchez, age 18, of Bel Pre Road in the Aspen Hill area, with the rape of a juvenile female Rockville High School student.  The rape occurred at the school yesterday during school hours.  Montano has been charged as an adult in this crime.
On Thursday, March 16, school administrators notified Montgomery County Police that a juvenile female student reported to them that she had been sexually assaulted in a boy’s bathroom by two male students.  SVID detectives were notified of this report and began an investigation...


http://www.mymcpnews.com/2017/03/17/two-male-high-school-students-charged-with-rape-of-female-high-school-student/

http://www.wmal.com/2017/03/17/wjla-tvs-kevin-lewis-on-the-rape-of-a-14-year-old-girl-at-rockville-high-school/

29 comments:

  1. "http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/rockvillehs/index.aspx" ???

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  2. ABC7 is reporting that both suspects are in the USA illegally.

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  3. Washington Post also has an article about this but they are not allowing comments. I guess their new motto, "Democracy Dies in Darkness", doesn't apply when people who are in the USA illegally are involved in serious crimes.

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    1. ..or when we live in a culture where women are too often mansplained that rape is their fault. :-(

      If you haven't seen comments sections full of that, trust me, you're better off with no comments. *shudder*

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    2. We live in a culture that is reflected in our justice system having an intrinsic pro-defendant bias.

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    3. Who anywhere has said this is the girl's fault?

      It is first and foremost the fault of the perpetrators, and secondly, it is the fault of the Montgomery County Public School system that is charged with insuring the saftey of its students.

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    4. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/attorney-for-suspect-in-maryland-school-rape-case-says-client-is-wrongly-accused/2017/03/22/ce242402-0f2b-11e7-ab07-07d9f521f6b5_story.html?utm_term=.0da83f2175c0

      “Based on everything we know, we think he’s innocent,” said Andrew Jezic, who has been retained by Sanchez Milian’s family. “This appears to have been a consensual encounter.”

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  4. There has been a steady uptick in gang activity in MCPS and FCPS high schools over the past few years. The school systems are having trouble handling the number of unaccompanied minors that are coming to this area. These students come with a lot of emotional issues from their journey, family reunification issues and many times are not fully literate in Spanish.

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    1. a.k.a. emotional baggage.

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    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__VQX2Xn7tI

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    3. With all these "emotional issues", should we expect more rapes and other violent crimes from these unaccompanied minors?

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    4. OF COURSE!Montgomery County is a sanctuary county for these unaccompanied minors who are in the USA illegally.Remember the suspects are in this country illegally.Emotional baggage is not an excuse for a brutal rape of a child.Imagine if that was your daughter.
      It's too bad that your county is a sanctuary county that does not follow immigration laws. Montgomery County Public Schools is suffering.This country has a hard enough time educating it's own student citizens with their own emotional issues. It's too bad because MCPS used to be a first class PUBLIC school system.
      Parents who have the money can always enroll their kids in the many great private schools in the area.Sidwell Friends, Georgetown Prep, Landon to name a few.Seriously, the entire State's public school system is suffering because of these illegal unaccompanied school age minors.Need a better vetting process because these are our children

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    5. Not even one elected official has made a public comment about this terrible crime. Not even a comment on Facebook or on their official blogs. Not a single quote in the media from any elected official.

      The county council members and the Board of Education members repeatedly speak out about how we need to "help these immigrant children", yet when several of these "immigrant children" commit one of the worst crimes known to humanity, we hear absolutely nothing from the elected officials that condemns the crime.

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    6. Obviously, they do not consider it as a 'high profile' crime.

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    7. Apparently, there was a sexual assault at Clarksburg High School as well but it has been kept hush hush!

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    8. When was this to happen at Clarksburg?

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  5. Is this the English Immersion Program?

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  6. freshman classmates per http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/mar/18/henry-sanchez-and-jose-montano-rockville-high-stud/

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    1. "Both boys have only been in the United States for less than a year and pose the risk of fleeing,. . ." Come again!

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  7. No worries!

    https://twitter.com/mcps/status/837379188634103808
    "MCPS is committed to ensuring all students feel safe & welcome in our schools, regardless of immigration status."

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  8. "...ensuring all students feel safe..." Note, it says 'feel safe' not 'are safe'

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    1. Good point.

      Isn't it kind of strange the media haven't gotten any quotes about the rape from students or parents at Rockville High School? The media people nearly always get a few quotes or interviews from people who are adjacent to or loosely affected by a nearby event or crime. But in this case, there haven't been any quotes from or interviews with students or parents of students at RHS.

      Teachers and staff at the school are, of course, muzzled by the superintendent, so it's understandable that they haven't been interviewed by the media.

      Are parents and students now so scared of the gangs that they are afraid to speak up? Could that also be why the local elected officials haven't spoken out about this horrible crime?

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    2. So we evolved from the rule of law to the lawless rule.

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  9. Again, the County is ignoring their Duty of Care — "n. a requirement that a person act toward others and the public with the watchfulness, attention, caution and prudence that a reasonable person in the circumstances would use." #santuarycountyfail

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  10. Reactionary Mentality is catching up with Reality:
    http://wjla.com/news/local/rape-investigation-at-rockville-hs-spurs-debate-over-mcps-policy-on-immigrants

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  11. Just another "feeding frenzy" by our esteemed leaders. Let's see how quickly the dust will settle on this one.

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  12. Hind Vision is always 20/20: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/suspect-in-rape-in-maryland-high-school-was-stopped-7-months-ago-by-border-patrol/2017/03/20/4c705ec0-0db5-11e7-ab07-07d9f521f6b5_story.html?utm_term=.ba252532d5b8

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  13. Where is the public outcry for the principal to resign?

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  14. “Where my biggest concern lies is with the Montgomery County school system and their lack of cooperation and the lack of information they’ve been providing,” Hogan said.

    Why, I never!

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