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Men Accused of Raping 11-Year-Old Girls, But Don’t Expect Feminists to Notice

Posted on | March 8, 2020 | 1 Comment


These cases don’t fit the “intersectional” narrative:

Two Montgomery County Public School students — ages 20 and 19 — were recently arrested at their respective high schools, on allegations they raped different 11-year-old girls at apartments located off-campus.
Jonathan Coreas-Salamanca, 20, and Ivan Reyes Lopez, 19, are each charged with second-degree rape. Coreas-Salamanca has additional counts of sexual abuse of a minor and third-degree sexual offense.
According to law enforcement sources, police arrested Coreas-Salamanca on February 13, at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, where he is enrolled as a student. Six days later, on February 19, police arrested Lopez at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School where he is enrolled as a student.
Coreas-Salamanca is accused of providing an 11-year-old girl with a cell phone sometime last year. He allegedly used that device to exchange explicit text messages and photographs with the girl, plus arrange sexual meetups.
On Christmas Eve, the victim’s father came across the phone and was stunned to find scores of text messages describing “vaginal intercourse, fellatio, and cunnilingus.”
“[The victim’s father] described a text message where Suspect Coreas-Salamanca advised Victim A that she bit his penis the last time she performed fellatio,” court documents state. “Suspect Coreas-Salamanca’s purpose in sending the text message was to teach Victim A how to better perform fellatio.”
The victim’s father immediately called the police. Patrol officers seized the phone and submitted it to the department’s Electronic Crime Unit for forensic analysis.
Lopez is accused of luring a different 11-year-old girl from a park near the Rollingwood Apartments in Silver Spring to his family’s apartment. The 19-year-old reportedly told the girl to sit down on a bed. He then turned on Netflix before raping her, the victim would later tell detectives.
Speaking through a Spanish translator, Lopez explained to investigators that he led the victim by hand to his bedroom where the two had “consensual vaginal intercourse,” court documents state.

How nice of the police to provide a Spanish translator so that the 19-year-old could explain how he had consensual sex with an 11-year-old. And this raises the question, of course, about why a Maryland high school student requires a translator. This is explained:

According to court documents, Coreas-Salamanca had been living along the 7700 block of 25th Avenue in Adelphi, Md. According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Salvadoran national is living in the U.S. illegally. The federal law enforcement agency has filed an immigration detainer with the Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation.
Court documents state Lopez emigrated from Honduras nearly three years ago. He had been living in an apartment with his uncle along the 8800 block of Lanier Drive in Silver Spring.

The fact that these adult men, one from El Salvador and the other from Honduras, were attending Maryland high schools raised questions:

In light of the criminal charges brought against Coreas-Salamanca and Lopez, 7 On Your Side contacted Montgomery County Public Schools Monday and asked how many 19, 20, and 21-year-old students are currently enrolled.
A spokeswoman replied, questioning the relevancy of that information. As of this story’s publication, MCPS had not provided those statistics, which 7 On Your Side believes is a matter of public record.
“There is no data suggesting that being a high school student at 19, 20, or 21 makes a person more or less likely to commit a crime,” spokeswoman Gboyinde Onijala wrote in an email to 7 On Your Side. “Any suggestion otherwise is wrong and trying to make a connection there to students enrolled in our district is wrong.” . . .
Early Thursday, MCPS responded to 7 On Your Side’s Maryland Public Information Act request. As of February 1, 2020, the school system had 1,282 students between the ages of 19-21. That accounts for around .77 percent of the approximately 166,000 students currently enrolled in MCPS.

19-year-old students: 797
20-year-old students: 388
21-year-old students: 97

Many parents expressed surprise and outrage this week upon learning that 20 and 21 year olds are allowed to attend school with minors as young as 14.

You can read the whole thing. Recall that Brock Turner was an 18-year-old freshman at Stanford University when he got drunk at a frat party (his blood alcohol was 0.16, twice the legal limit for driving) and molested a drunk 22-year-old woman (whose blood alcohol was 0.24, three times the limit). Feminists nationwide raised an outcry when a judge sentenced Turner, a national champion swimmer, to only six months in jail. This leniency, feminists insisted, was proof of patriarchy, “white privilege,” “rape culture,” etc. Have any of the feminists who demanded harsh punishment for Brock Turner taken notice of these adult men — both of them older than Turner was at the time of his crime — who raped 11-year-old girls in Maryland? No, of course they haven’t, because . . .

Well, “intersectionality.” Oh, and don’t forget the 11-year-old girl in Missouri who gave birth to a baby boy, and the father turned out be her own brother, Norvin Leonidas Lopez-Cante. “Diversity is our strength.”

(Hat-tip: Kirby McCain on Twitter.)



One Response to “Men Accused of Raping 11-Year-Old Girls, But Don’t Expect Feminists to Notice”

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