A woman and her accomplice are arrested for beating and sexually abusing a child under 1 year of age

In Venezuela, the forces of order arrested two people for hitting, biting and sexually abusing a 1-year-old and 4-month-old baby. This was reported by the prosecutor Tarek William Saab via Twitter. The attack occurred in the state of Guárico, in the center of the llanero country. Those responsible, identified as Katherine Perezvictim’s mother, and alberto bastardoThey are being held in the offices of the Public Ministry.

The child under 1 year and 4 months is between life and deathreported the attorney general.

“Tougher laws, please! Justice, but above all prevention and all the protection of the State, the institutions, the community, among others. Let’s take care, prevent, rescue our children and adolescents”, “Justice, we have to go to the neighborhoods, to the towns together with the popular power to carry out prevention days”, “It is not only a problem of legislation, we must educate and generate policies that promote the responsibility of maternity and paternity with strong birth (and paternity) controls”, were some of the comments in the publication.

Venezuela: “Boys and girls do not touch each other”

By the end of 2022, cases of rape against minors in Venezuela outraged the citizens, who demonstrated on social networks under the slogan “Boys and girls don’t touch each other”.

One of the cases that generated the most indignation was that of a man who sexually abused his six granddaughters. On October 22, the director of the Scientific, Criminal and Criminal Investigation Corps (CICPC), douglas ricoreported the capture of Arnaldo Jose Medrano Paezaccused of rape.

The campaign began after consecutive cases of child abuse were filed. Photo: composition LR/AFP/Vértices/Twitter

Also, in the same month, a 15-year-old adolescent was arrested, accused of being the person allegedly responsible for the rape and murder of a 5-year-old girl in the state of Carabobo.

Various public institutions, local organizations, political parties, union groups, police forces, and officials with elected positions expressed their indignation and rejection. The Ministry of Communication and Information joined the campaign and promoted the “Pedophilia is a crime” campaign.