In a sanctuary city in Maryland:
oh and sodomy: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/20/maryland-girl-allegedly-raped-in-high-school-bathroom-by-two-teens-at-least-one-here-illegally.html
New details emerge in alleged rape of Maryland girl by two teens, one here illegally
By Malia Zimmerman Published March 20, 2017
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.
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.
“The victim was walking in a school hallway when she met two male students, identified as Montano and Sanchez. Montano asked the victim to walk with him and Sanchez. Montano asked the victim to engage in sexual intercourse. She refused,” Montgomery County Police said in a statement.
“Montano asked the victim again and then forced her into a boy’s bathroom and then into a stall. Montano and Sanchez both raped the victim inside the bathroom stall.”Court records describe the merciless and brutal assault by both Montano and Sanchez, who allegedly raped the young girl multiple times, vaginally, orally and sodomized her,
as they spoke to each other in Spanish. Blood and male fluids were recovered from the scene by a forensic expert, court records show.
According to U.S. Department of Homeland Security databases, a Border Patrol agent stopped Sanchez-Milian in August 2016 in Rio Valley Grande, Texas, and determined he’d entered the country illegally from Mexico.
...ICE has since lodged an immigration detainer against Sanchez-Milian.
The agency places detainers on individuals arrested on local criminal charges and who are suspected of being deportable,
so that ICE can take custody of those individuals when they are released from local custody.
No information was released on 17-year-old Montano, other than his name, because of privacy restrictions related to him being a minor, an ICE spokesman confirmed.
However, The Washington Post reported Montano is a citizen of Guatemala.
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Rockville considers pro-immigrant ordinance
By Michelle Basch | @MBaschWTOP March 7, 2017 5:07 amWASHINGTON — For a long time, Rockville police have had an informal policy to not ask anyone about their immigration status, or for help with immigration enforcement.
But in the wake of major immigration policy changes by the Trump administration,
the city is considering an ordinance, introduced by Councilmember Julie Palakovich Carr, that would make its policies official.
Seventy-five people signed up to speak on the topic Monday night during a public hearing at City Hall.
“It’s a common sense effort to foster trust between the community and the police department that will make the community more safe,” said Ben Shnider, who launched a petition on Change.org to “Make Rockville, MD a Sanctuary City.” As of Monday night, the petition had 1,120 supporters.
Another Change.org petition, “Say NO to Rockville Becoming A Sanctuary City,”
had 545 supporters as of Monday night.Former Councilmember Tom Moore said now is the time for the city to formalize its policies
“A law that tells the terrified children in Rockville that this city will play no part in deporting their parents, no part in destroying their families,” he said.
Nancy Shih said that the ordinance would make Rockville less safe.
“Horrible MS-13 gang crimes are everywhere nowadays. Do you read the newspaper?” she asked.
| - - - -http://www.urban.org/sites/default/files/publication/32891/1001424-The-Integration-of-Immigrants-and-Their-Families-in-Maryland.PDF A Look at Children of Immigrants and Their Families in Maryland
Karina Fortuny, ajay Chaudry, and Margaret simms
The Urban Institute Immigration studies Program and low-Income Working Families Program
2100 M street, nW
Washington, dC 20037
...Children in immigrant families have become crucial for the state’s population growth and future economy
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Overview of Hispanic Community in Maryland
Data compiled from the 2000 Census and the 2006 American Community Survey indicates that Hispanics are a diverse and rapidly increasing community both nationally and in Maryland. Hispanics are the nation’s largest minority group, accounting for nearly 15 percent of the nation’s population and around 50 percent of the nation’s population growth
. Most of the nation’s Hispanics live in six states: California, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois, and Arizona