Teen Girl Allegedly Raped By Migrant Admitted By Parole Program

According to recent reports, the Biden administration’s parole program, which flies migrants into the nation, permitted a 26-year-old Haitian man to enter the country on suspicion of raping a 15-year-old girl in Massachusetts.

Wednesday, March 13, just after 7:00 p.m., Rockland police received a report of a rape of an adolescent girl at a Comfort Inn. Recently, the hotel took part in a government initiative to provide housing for refugees. Speaking to police through a translator, the victim—who can only speak Haitian Creole—told them she went to Cory Alvarez’s room because he had volunteered to assist her with her tablet. He allegedly forced himself on her even though she implored him to leave her alone. After speaking with police, the girl was transported by ambulance to South Shore Hospital for medical attention.

The state of Massachusetts notified town officials—with only a week’s notice—that the nearby Comfort Inn will be utilized as a place to stay for migrants, according to Douglas Lapp, the town administrator of Rockland. According to Lapp, the municipality had no input whatsoever in the choice. According to Lapp reports, there are 26 migrants residing in the 20 state-reserved rooms; nevertheless, the state has hinted that it could occupy all 100 hotel rooms.

The Biden administration initiated a program in October 2022 permitting a select group of Venezuelans to travel to the United States, provided they hadn’t previously entered illegally, had a sponsor in the U.S., and passed specific screenings. By January 2023, this program expanded to include Haitians, Cubans, and Nicaraguans, with the monthly intake raised to 30,000 migrants. Over the preceding year, more than 138,000 Haitians have arrived in the U.S. under the parole program.

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security reaffirmed its support for the parole program, portraying it as a secure and structured method of entry into the United States. They also characterized it as a pivotal component of the Biden administration’s strategy for addressing migration.




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