Guarantees Judge Gema Guerrero today granted the Prosecutor’s Office a period of 6 months to investigate the alleged sexual abuse of a girl who was encouraged to tell her situation in the state home where she is currently living. The suspect had been arrested on Friday but was released today.
The 7-year-old minor referred to the specialists that she was abused by her “uncle”, who is not actually a relative of hers but is close to the family. One version indicates that the subject is the girl’s godfather.
According to judicial sources, the suspect is a 50-year-old metallurgist, mechanic and cardboard collector who lives in Rawson. Today, assisted by the lawyer Gustavo De la Fuente, testified before the judge and denied the facts that UFI prosecutor Anivi Ingrid Schott (accompanied by assistant prosecutor Paula Arredondo) foisted on him.
The Prosecutor’s Office had asked to leave the defendant preventively imprisoned for a period of 6 months. But Judge Guerrero gave way to the defense’s argument and released him under some measures. For example, he ordered that he be monitored through an electronic device and issued an approach ban. While the man promised to submit to the process and not hinder the investigation, the spokesmen explained.
The girl does not have her mother. She had previously been under the care of an aunt and then she went to that home where she is now and where she was encouraged to tell, in her own way, that she had been abused. The investigators will have details of these alleged abuses in a few days, when the videotaped hearing is held (Gesell Camera).
Lawyer De la Fuente assured that There is a report from a forensic doctor that found that the minor does not show injuries or signs in her intimate parts compatible with those of sexual abuse. The crime that the suspect is provisionally charged with is that of seriously outrageous sexual abuse. It should be clarified that his identity is not disclosed taking into account his closeness to the girl.