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Illegal immigrant from Haiti allegedly rapes disabled girl

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March 15, 2024

An illegal immigrant from Haiti who entered the United States through the Biden administration’s Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan parole program was arrested after allegedly raping a disabled 15-year-old girl in Massachusetts on Wednesday.

According to CBS News, 26-year-old Cory Alvarez was arraigned Thursday and charged with one count of aggravated child rape after allegedly raping a 15-year-old disabled girl Wednesday evening at the Comfort Inn in Rockland, Massachusetts, which is currently being used as an illegal immigrant shelter. The Plymouth County District Attorney told CBS News that both Alvarez and the 15-year-old girl were currently living at the hotel.  

According to a police report, law enforcement received an emergency call from a hotel employee that a 15-year-old girl at the hotel had been the victim of sexual assault. With the help of translators, the 15-year-old girl told police officers that Alvarez raped her inside his hotel room while she was receiving help with an app on her tablet.

A police report obtained by WCVB said the 15-year-old girl told police investigators, “I told him to leave me alone, but he didn’t stop.” The girl directed police officers to the Haitian man’s room and told them that Alvarez was the man who sexually assaulted her.

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CBS News reported that the girl was transported to South Shore Hospital for medical treatment, while Alvarez was forced to surrender his passport and ordered to have no contact with the victim while he remains in police custody.

In a statement obtained by CBS News, State Rep. David DeCoste (R-Norwell) said, “I am absolutely appalled by the incident that took place in Rockland today. Above all, my heartfelt sympathies extend to the young girl who has reportedly been subjected to abuse. The Commonwealth has failed this young girl.”

Multiple sources with the Department of Homeland Security told Fox News that Alvarez flew from Haiti to the John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City in June of 2023 as part of the Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan parole program. Fox News reported that the program is authorized to fly up to 30,000 foreign nationals into the United States each month.

According to Fox News, Alvarez’s parole status was sponsored by an individual from New Jersey; however, the outlet was told by anonymous sources that an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer had been issued against Alvarez.