It is not an “illegal arrest” in Madison by ICE, the arrest was “undocumented”….

In Maryland, two illegals just raped a 14-year-old girl….

School was back in session at Rockville High School on Monday morning for the first time since two students were charged with raping a fellow classmate in a school bathroom. The alleged assault happened while classes were in session, but five days after the attack, there are more questions than answers as to how something like this could happen in the first place.

Police charged two Rockville High students — 17-year-old Jose Montano and 18-year-old Henry Sanchez—with first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sexual offenses in the rape of a 14-year-old girl inside a boys’ restroom. Both suspects remain in custody, and they’re being charged as adults.

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The suspects, though much older than the victim, are also both freshmen at Rockville High School. Sanchez is from Guatemala and is currently under a deportation order. Montano is from El Salvador. Both suspects have been in the United States for between 7 and 8 months, and neither have prior criminal records.

Yes, they were enrolled as freshmen. this hasn’t stopped the “Sanctuary City” push in Maryland one bit.

The White House is pretty clear…

In Madison, we have a little scandal brewing…

You can’t make arrests without warrants?

Of course you can.

According to Tom Byrd with ICE, agents cannot enter a home without a warrant signed by the judge. The confusion from Sunday is over whether ICE agents were given permission to enter the homes. Byrd says his ICE agents didn’t forcibly enter any residences, but families WAAY 31 spoke to disagree.

“We have been hearing stories of officers going into their homes without their permission and by knocking down on those doors,” said Servin.

“If they were detained without a warrant, if the law was violated in detaining them we’d like to point that out and bring that to the attention of immigration judge,” said immigration attorney Robert Sellers-Smith.

Sellers-Smith said his clients have been moved to Fort Payne, AL where he is headed Tuesday.

ICE officials promised WAAY 31 more information on the arrests Monday, but now have delayed their release until Wednesday morning.

“This is creating a situation where fear is at a catastrophic high,” said Dr. Jimmerson.

Scared to be in the country illegally?

Good. Leave.

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