Another case of alleged sexual abuse: a girl’s family has been demanding justice for four years – Nationals – ABC Color

The father of a girl who would have been a victim of sexual abuse denounced this morning to ABC that since he made the complaint, in 2018, “I am crying out for justice.” Today, Monday, after more than 4 years, the oral trial against the alleged aggressor has just started.

After making public an alleged sexual abuse of a 6-year-old boy in the private school of Lambaré, other similar cases are being raised.

The father of a girl who would have been groped and harassed when she was 11 years old by her godfather in San Ignacio, Misiones, spoke with ABC Cardinal. He denounced that today, after four years of having filed the complaint in 2018, the oral trial against the alleged perpetrator will just start.

He regretted that they have been demanding justice since the abuse occurred, but that they have not received answers from the Judiciary.

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“I am crying out for justice. They are ignoring me. I have a girl who was -for her- brutally groped, harassed by her own godfather. I didn’t know and suddenly she wanted to take her own life; she cut herself We are broken, we do not get justice. We have been like this for 4 years, dragging ourselves, ”she lamented.

“If you don’t have money, you don’t have justice”

The complainant pointed out that he had to resort to the media to be able to mediate the case and, in this way, be able to get the justice actors to carry out a job according to what happened.

He indicated that justice in our country only fulfills its role through an economic contribution or bribery. “If you don’t have money, you don’t have justice in Paraguay. Opuka nderehe hikuai (they laugh at you). Chicanean and only want money. I’m powerless and I don’t know how I’m going to get in (oral trial). This badulaque destroyed us”, she expressed.

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In that sense, he regretted that unlike the case of the child allegedly abused at the Lambare school, whose three defendants will go to prison as a preventive measure, the accused of sexually assaulting his daughter did not end up in any prison.

He commented that – although house arrest was ordered for two years against the alleged perpetrator – he did not comply with said provision. “This badulaque didn’t even go to jail. he sentenced him wow to two years of house arrest and prohibition to approach schools, but ha’e ojepasea (he walks around)”, he mentioned helplessly.

Support of a prosecutor

The father indicated that the alleged perpetrator, apparently, has the support of a prosecutor -although he did not give a name- and that she would be helping the accused to get out of the criminal proceedings. “He has a relative who is a prosecutor in San Ignacio,” he said.

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Anyone who wants to report a case of sexual abuse in children can contact the line 147 Phone Helpwhich enabled the Ministry of Children and Adolescents.

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Another case of alleged sexual abuse: a girl’s family has been demanding justice for four years – Nationals – ABC Color