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Attorney for Jose Montano and Henry Sanchez-Milian, illegal immigrant students accused of raping girl, 14, in a Maryland school bathroom claims sex was ‘preplanned’ and consensual

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‘Incredible!
Andrew the Jezic’s legal defense is that a 14-year-old girl can consent to being raped and sodomized in the school bathroom stall by college age male classmates, all the while screaming in pain and begging for her life.
‘What fantasy porn set did he just step off?’

Defense attorney Andrew Jezic says Maryland high school rape and sodomy incident is a fairy tale
Jezic who is representing two illegal immigrants accused of raping girl, 14, in a Maryland high school bathroom says the sex was ‘preplanned’ and consensual 
Jose Montano, 17, an illegal from El Salvador and Henry Sanchez-Milian, 18, also an Illegal from Guatemala have been charged with first-degree rape and sexual offenses
in attack  Police say Montano and Sanchez first approached a 14-year-old girl in the school hallway at Rockville High School in  and asked her to have sex but she refused
The suspects then forced her into a boys’ bathroom stall and took turns raping and sodomizing her
The victim reported the incident immediately
Cops recovered blood and semen evidence from the scene
Both men have been charged as adults

The lawyer of one of two teenagers accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland high school has told a courtroom that the sex was ‘pre-planned’.
Henry Sanchez-Milian, 18, is accused of raping a teenager along with his 17-year-old friend in the bathroom of Rockville High School in Montgomery County.
But his defense attorney, Andrew Jezic, said on Friday that there was more to the incident than meets the eye.
‘There is evidence that will come out later I believe that this was a planned encounter with this young lady and at least one of these gentlemen,’ Jezic explained.
‘Mr. Sanchez-Milian is presumed innocent and we’re very hopeful that 12 jurors from Montgomery County will find him innocent,’ said Jezic.
Sanchez-Milian and Jose Montano, allegedly brutally raped and sodomized their 14-year-old female classmate in a bathroom stall on campus last Thursday.
The alleged assault happened the morning of March 16 and lead to the arrests of 17-year-old Montano, from El Salvador, and 18-year-old Sanchez-Milian, from Guatemala, on charges of first-degree rape and first-degree sexual assault.
Montano is charged as an adult, but police have not released his booking photo.

Andrew Jezic,1.jpgDefense attorney, Andrew Jezic, says ‘rape’ is a hoax, the encounter between the two older boys and the 14-year-old victim actually was ‘preplanned and consensual’

Police arrested two ninth-graders, Henry E. Sanchez, 18, and Jose O. Montano, 17, were ordered held without bond during their court appearance last week. “I believe that you are a danger,” District Judge Eugene Wolfe told Sanchez.
Sanchez, a native of Guatemala who arrived in the United States about seven months ago, has a pending “alien removal” case against him, court officials said Friday. “He is a substantial flight risk,” Montgomery County Assistant States Attorney Rebecca MacVittie during heir first arraaignment.
Montano has been in the United States for about eight months

In Maryland, in order to have statutory rape where consent is not a defense, the victim needs to be four years younger by the day from the perpetrator, according to Jezic. He says in this case the victim is three years and eight months younger than Sanchez.
Two Maryland high school students charged with raping female classmate in bathroom
According to the court document, obtained by the station WJLA, Montano and Sanchez-Milian accosted the girl in the hallway at around 9am on March 16.
The girl knew only one of the teens, Montano, who allegedly asked her for a hug, then slapped her butt and asked her to walk with them.
As the trio were passing by a boys’ bathroom on the way to the gym, the 17-year-old Montano repeatedly asked the girl to have sex with him and his friend, and when she refused they allegedly forced her into the restroom.

Once in the stall, the document states that Montano allegedly opened the girl’s top and ‘pulled her breasts out to play with,’ then unbuckled her pants and pulled them down.
The two teenagers then allegedly proceeded to take turns holding down the young girl while forcing her to perform oral sex on them and raping her both vaginally and anally on the toilet multiple times while communicating with one another in Spanish.
Throughout the ordeal, the document stated, the victim screamed out in pain and repeatedly told her friend Montano, and Sanchez-Milian to stop.

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Charge sheet for the two undocumented immigrant high schoolers who raped teen girl in school boy’s bathroom

After the horrific attack, police said Sanchez-Milian covered the victim’s head with his coat and led her out of the bathroom as Montano ordered her to be quiet.

The freshman girl immediately reported the assault to school administrators and law enforcement officials were summoned to the scene to investigate.
A forensic expert was later able to recover physical evidence in the form of blood and semen from the bathroom stall.
Sanchez, who is from Guatemala, came to the U.S. illegally in August and was encountered by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas, federal immigration officials said. He was eventually released to live with his father.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials wouldn’t comment on Montano, who is a minor but is charged criminally as an adult.
However, Fox 5 DC, citing authorities, reported that Montano and Sanchez-Milian are both in the United States illegally.
Federal law requires public schools to admit students even if they are in the country illegally.
‘He was stopped at the border and detained by ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement]. 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 explained during his interview with Fox.
‘Immigration doesn’t have the resources to deal with everyone coming in, so they detain them, investigate them and find out if there is gang affiliation, any record in their home country or in the United States,’ Jezic said. ‘If not, they generally release them, and they are instructed to appear in court at a time given’, he explained.

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