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Illegal alien Kevin Mendoza charged with 1st degree rape in Maryland sanctuary county

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Illegal alien Kevin Mendoza charged with 1st degree rape in Maryland sanctuary county

The ongoing fight by sanctuary jurisdictions to protect criminal illegal immigrants has claimed another victim. A young woman was brutally raped and severely beaten by an illegal alien while trying to enter her Silver Springs, MD, apartment complex.

This is the fourth such occurrence in the county in the last month. But as ICE continues to issue detainers for local law enforcement to release them to federal custody for deportation, the county continues allowing these vicious criminals out on the streets. The protection of criminal illegal immigrants supersedes the safety of American citizens in these sanctuary jurisdictions.

Kevin Mendoza, 26, has been charged with 1st degree rape and 2nd degree attempted murder. He is a former resident of the apartment complex where the victim lives.

The police statement tells of a gruesome crime allegedly committed by Mendoza. But even as heinous as this crime was, it’s unlikely law enforcement will be allowed by politicians to honor the detainer. If he is released on bond, he will almost certainly vanish into the wind, as happens so often in these cases where sanctuary jurisdictions release criminal illegal aliens.

According to Nate Madden at Conservative Review, this is becoming a trend across the country:

Yet another illegal alien charged with rape in notorious Maryland sanctuary county

Montgomery County was also the setting for the infamous Rockville rape case, in which a 14-year-old girl was allegedly brutally raped by two illegal immigrants in a public school bathroom. One of the accused was from Guatemala, the other from El Salvador.

This news also follows on the heels of a report last week from North Carolina, where ICE says that Mecklenburg County — which contains the city of Charlotte — release another illegal alien accused of first-degree rape despite an ICE detainer.

Out west last week, ICE arrested a 59-year-old Mexican national who had been convicted of “sex assault on a child” but given no jail time. The agency claims that Boulder County, Colorado, ignored its detainer requests in this case, just as they did for the same person in 2017, when he was arrested for aggravated assault.

Democrats must be made to acknowledge their sanctuary jurisdiction policies are harming American citizens AND the legal and illegal immigrant communities they say they’re protecting. It’s a failed experiment. Let’s end this madness now.

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