Haitian Illegal Charged With Raping Disabled Victim Released by MA Judge Despite ICE Detainer | 18 Jan 2024 | An illegal alien from Haiti charged with raping a disabled person in Massachusetts was apprehended by immigration authorities after he was released from jail by a judge who ignored a detainer lodged by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). On Wednesday, ICE announced that a male Haitian national in his early 30s had been taken into custody on January 9 by Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) agents in Boston. The suspect entered the United States illegally via a port of entry in Brownsville, Texas, in December of 2022. Despite being deemed "inadmissible" at the time, he was given a notice to appear before a Department of Justice immigration judge in Boston at an undisclosed later date and released into the U.S. In September of 2023, the Haitian was arrested by Boston police and charged in the rape of a developmentally disabled person.