Saturday, May 6, 2017
Prosecutors Drop Rockville High Rape Case
JS-Is the State of Maryland becoming the East Coast version of California. Illegal aliens can do no wrong and are always backed up by the state. Did the citizens of Maryland get to vote on whether they wanted to being in an unlimited number of immigrants and pay for them?
After a court hearing Friday morning, a Maryland state's attorney announced that the prosecution will drop rape and sex offense charges against the two illegal immigrant teens in the explosive Rockville High rape case.
The teens, Henry Sanchez Milian, 18, and Jose Montano, 17, were accused by a 14-year-old girl classmate of brutally raping her in a school bathroom, throwing fuel on the fire of the national political debate over illegal immigration, particularly undocumented minors in the public school system.
Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy explained in a press conference following the court hearing Friday that a lack of corroborating evidence and "substantial inconsistencies" from witness accounts had led to the decision to drop the charges, though prosecutors say they will pursue new charges of child pornography.
After an extensive investigation, including phone and computer records, surveillance footage, witness accounts, and medical records, McCarthy explained, the prosecution determined "the original charges cannot be sustained and prosecution is untenable."