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Rockville High Protesters Rip State, County Governments Over Sanctuary Policies – Thanks To Dan McHugh Of MoCo YRs















Local residents gathered outside the Montgomery County Council building Sunday afternoon in Maryland to call out state and county officials for their “indifference” to the effects of illegal immigration on public schools.

The rally, organized by the Montgomery County Republican Party and the local chapter of the Young Republicans National Federation, was promoted on social media as a gathering to address several issues, including taxes, educational standards, and government accountability. But the balance of the protest focused directly on a single concern: community safety imperiled by county and state sanctuary policies.

The alleged rape of a 14-year-old Rockville High School student by two illegal immigrant classmates has thrown the issue into the national spotlight. Some local residents are laying blame for the assault at the feet of Montgomery County officials and state lawmakers, who they say have ignored law-abiding citizens while trying to score political points by resisting the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement orders. (RELATED: Rockville Considers Declaring Itself A Sanctuary City Amid Immigrant Rape Scandal)

“Rockville High School was a tragedy waiting to happen and can happen again,” North Potomac resident Ed Amatetti told fellow protesters. “This is a public safety and school safety issue. It’s about schools with declining academic and discipline standards, in part to accommodate other ill-conceived policies we question here today.”

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In Wake of Rockville Rape, School Superintendent Accuses Parents of Racism

Katie Pavlich

Posted: Mar 23, 2017 12:00 PM

In the wake of an alleged brutal rape at Rockville High School in Maryland by two illegal aliens last week, Montgomery County Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith is accusing parents of racism and xenophobia. He also claims threats are being made against students and schools.

“While I know this tragic incident has become part of a national political debate, I want to remind community members that the lives of real students have been forever affected,” Smith sent in an email Thursday morning. “While many have chosen to engage civilly in the conversation, far too many have crossed the line with racist, xenophobic calls and emails. MCPS is working with law enforcement to identify those who are making threats toward our students and schools. This behavior will not be tolerated in our community.”

Nowhere in the email was it mentioned the suspects are in the country illegally, with at least one facing deportation.

Parents have been protesting outside of Smith’s office in recent days and did not mince words about the situation during a public meeting Tuesday night. One parent said he took his daughter out of school last year because of an unsafe environment.

Smith avoided questions about the alleged sexual assault for days and had to be confronted by a reporter in the parking lot outside of his office before finally answering questions. He is in charge of 204 schools in the district.

Meanwhile, Republican Governor Larry Hogan is demanding answers.

“Why is an 18-year-old man in a class with 13 or 14-year-old girls? Why was his status not known to those folks? Why was he allowed to enter the country after he was picked up for illegally crossing the border—both of them? So there are a lot of questions,” Hogan told Fox 5. “My biggest concern is the Montgomery County School System and their lack of cooperation and the lack of information they’ve been providing. Not only have they refused to provide any information to us, but they’ve refused to provide information to the state Board of Education, which specifically requested more information.”

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Father of Maryland Rape Suspect Arrested by ICE Agents – ICE ICE BABY!!! – Father Was Also Here Illegally

By Fox 5 DC

The father of an 18-year-old Rockville High School student charged with the rape of a fellow classmate has been arrested for being in the country illegally, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

ICE spokesperson Sarah Rodriguez said 43-year-old Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes was arrested last Friday “after a review of his immigration history revealed he was unlawfully present in the United States” from Guatemala.


Sanchez-Reyes has been issued a notice to appear in immigration court and is currently being detained at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup.

Sanchez-Reyes is the father of 18-year-old Henry Sanchez-Milian, one of two teenage students charged with first-degree rape and first-degree sexual offenses of a 14-year-old girl inside a bathroom at the Montgomery County high school.

Authorities have said Sanchez-Milian is also in the country illegally after he was stopped and detained by a U.S. border patrol agent in Texas last August.


“He was stopped at the border and detained by ICE,” said Andrew Jezic, the 18-year-old’s attorney. “He was detained for 12 days, but then ICE made the discretionary decision to simply let him go. They put him on a plane in Texas and his father had to pay for the ticket. His father picked him up at BWI Airport and he’s been in this country with the full awareness of ICE.”

Jezic said his client is innocent and the encounter with the 14-year-old girl was pre-planned and consensual.

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To The Maryland Statehouse,  

During Sean Spicer’s press conference, Attorney General, Jeff Sessions came to the podium to announce, that, they will now enforce US Code 1373 established under the Obama Administration to begin stripping DOJ Grants to those jurisdictions that do not follow Federal Immigration Laws as mandated by President Trump’s Executive Action on cracking down on Illegal Immigration.  Those who do not comply and work with ICE/DHS will not receive Federal Grants.  The DOJ Grant program alone, sends out 4.1 billion dollars as of last year annually.  This does not fully include all Federal Funding to States who find themselves as Sanctuary or Cities.  Other Federal Funding will be cut as well.  As I have mentioned to you all before, the money is going to dry up from the Feds, if you pass SB835.  Let’s not forget about the spanking new FBI HQ’s which now on indefinite delay, partially due to the Legislature trying to become a Sanctuary State.  It’s all on you now.   

Link to the Press Conference will be out later and DOJ release as well. 

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Md. teen’s killing follows spike in gang violence in Montgomery Co. – This Article Is About The Spike In MS 13 Crimes In Montgomery County

Take a look at MS 13: Not attributed to the report listed below.

WASHINGTON — As police in Virginia untangle a web of disappearances and the brutal killing of a Gaithersburg teen all linked to gangs, police say the tentacles of that gang reach across the Potomac River and far beyond.

Montgomery County, where 15-year-old Damaris Alexandra Reyes Rivas lived with her mother before she was abducted and killed in Virginia, has seen a surge in gang-related violence, according to police.

Gang violence in Montgomery County spiked in 2016 with what police called an unprecedented jump in homicides. According to a June 2016 report, the county saw nine gang-related homicides in an eight-month span.

Five of those homicides were tied to Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, a gang with roots in Los Angeles and Central America, according to the report.

Members of MS-13 had been threatening Reyes Rivas, the girl’s mother told NBC Washington. Police would not confirm the name of the gang connected to the teen’s death.

In June, Montgomery County Council analysts issued a report on gang violence. That report cited a number of factors for the increase in gang violence, including a crackdown on gangs in Central America, conflict between newly arrived immigrants and those already established in the area plus the arrival of unaccompanied minors who had little support among friends or family.

Police said that unaccompanied minors were most susceptible to grooming by gang members because they were often without resources and experienced a sense of isolation.

Those issues remain a problem, said Captain Paul Liquorie is the director of the Special Investigations Division for the Montgomery County Police Department.

He said a crackdown on gangs by the government in El Salvador would translate into higher crime and violence among gangs here.

“You’re seeing a much harder stance by the government there, which has put a lot more pressure on the American affiliates to do more up here to generate more revenue as well as increase its reputation,” Liquorie said.

Boosting the MS-13 gang’s reputation often translates into increasingly brutal tactics among gang members to discipline their own members or to fight off rival gangs.

Liquorie said that new recruits are often asked to prove their allegiance to the gang by carrying out violent acts soon after joining.

Police in Virginia said during a news conference Thursday that gangs recruit potential members who are in middle school.

“We’re getting some reports of younger recruitment that we’re still working to verify,” Liquorie said.

Social media, however, also plays a role in gang recruitment.

“We see that particularly with MS-13, they are looking for people who are friends with other associates with MS-13 and they’re reaching out to them. It’s almost like a grooming that you would find with any kind of violent extremist movement,” Liquorie said.

Police advise parents to keep a close eye on their children’s social media accounts, and to make sure they know their children’s friends.

County investigators network with other police departments and agencies — a critical part of fighting gang activity, Liquorie said.

“We are coordinating through our regional partners both in Virginia and the District of Columbia. And we’re also working with our regional partners”, he said.

“We’re working very diligently to share information and intelligence and bring prosecutions — even at the federal level where we can bring enhanced penalties and enhanced charges against them. And the U.S. attorney’s office has been a really good partner in helping us with that,” he said.

Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler said such teamwork resulted in charges against 10 people in connection with the disappearance and killing Reyes Rivas.

“Gang crime knows no boundaries and this is difficult to combat. But we have great detectives…..and we will be tireless in making arrests,” Roessler said.

Fairfax County police detail more tips for parents to spot the signs their child might be involved in gangs.

Md. teen’s killing follows spike in gang violence in Montgomery Co.

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