Parents Horrified After Learning What Else Happened Beside Brutal Rapes In School Bathroom

American schools should be places of learning, safety, and enjoyment. However, in the wake of mass shootings, terrorist threats, and student violence, another horrific case has emerged from a Rockville High School, Maryland, after an unnamed 14-year-old girl was raped by two of her classmates on 16 March 2017. Further outrage has been engendered in the community after it was revealed that one of the students accused of the sickening sexual assault, 18-year-old Henry Sanchez Milian, was an illegal immigrant and had not been detained after being questioned by Texas Border Patrol.

Moreover, parents and several teachers have alleged that Mr. Milian's criminal background was not properly vetted by the school after allegations he was associated with Central American gang, MS-13. In a recent meeting between parents, school representatives and Montgomery County Police, it is believed that the student’s parents were angered by Rockville High School’s approach to student safety.

The two students charged with the rape of the young student are 17 year old Jose Mantano and his friend, Sanchez Milian, who travelled to America illegally from El Salvador and Guatemala. It is believed that the young student had agreed to have consensual sex with Mantano in the Rockville School’s bathrooms.

At this stage, it is not completely certain what happened next but Sanchez Milian entered the bathroom stall and allegedly raped the 14-year-old girl. Montgomery police are very confident that the sex was not consensual. However, doubts have been raised about these claims during legal proceedings in Montgomery County Court after it was revealed that the victim lied to police about the nature of her relationship with Mr. Mantano after police discovered text messages between the pair, with Mantano’s defense attorney, Andrew Jezic, saying: “All three parties were willing participants to this encounter,” Jezic said. “There were no scratches, there were no bruises, there was no screaming.”

While further details about the sexual assault remain scarce, another student’s lawyer has reported that her 17-year-old client, attending the same school, was the victim of a vicious beating in the Maryland School’s lobby just days before the horrifying rape of the 14-year-old student. It remains to be seen if the two male students are telling the truth about their innocence. Whatever the case, it is hoped that legal proceedings will reveal the truth and allow justice to be served.

Source: IJR
Photo: Montgomery County Police

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