Miramar: what the teenage rape victim said

Judicial sources also indicated that at the hearing, a Gesell chamber statement made in the framework of the investigation by the adolescent, a few days after the fact, was exhibited before the popular jury, in which it “conclusively ratified” the sexual assault by the who are accused Thomas Jaime (26), Lucas Pitman (24) and Juan Cruz Villalba (25).

The three young men were released to trial, charged with the crime of “sexual abuse with carnal access aggravated by the participation of two or more people.”

At the end of the hearing, the minor’s parents released a letter in which they explained that “today was a mobilizing, exhausting, painful day”, in which their daughter “had to testify again and therefore relive that traumatic situation “.

“Imagine having to face a jury and expose in front of them the worst episode of your life. Today he had the opportunity to tell the facts in person without anyone misrepresenting his words,” they said.

They also denounced that their daughter was “violated and re-victimized” from the public dissemination of personal issues, while “the rapists are not shown their faces.”

“We do not know anything about their lives, hopefully we know their names. Their parents’ education was not questioned, no one asked where their mothers were at the time of the events,” they said.

On this second day, they also gave testimony, among others, an acquaintance of the family and another close friend proposed by the defenses.

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