The events occurred on September 1, when the man went to the minor’s home located in Ajusco.
The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City announced on Sunday, October 1, the arrest of José Gabriel “N”, for his probable participation in the crime of rape committed against a minor, aggravated in the Coyoacán mayor’s office.
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According to the FGJCDMX, the investigations carried out indicate that the accused man possibly sexually assaulted a minor, taking advantage of the fact that he went to visit her at her home, in the Ajusco neighborhood. According to first reports, José Gabriel “N” was hired as a “karate teacher” because the victim wanted to learn self-defense to take care of himself.
The events would have occurred on September 1, when the alleged aggressor took advantage of those moments to attack the minor.
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After becoming aware of what happened, the agent of the Public Ministry of the Sexual Crimes Investigation Prosecutor’s Office corroborated the possible participation of the individual in the case, for which he requested and obtained the corresponding court order.
Man was captured for alleged sexual abuse of a minor in the Coyoacán mayor’s office. (@PDI_FGJCDMX)
In this way, the investigative elements, attached to the General Coordination of Investigation of Gender Crimes and Attention to Victims, located the man and presented him to the authorities.
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So far no further details about the health of the affected person or personal data have been revealed.
Based on data issued by the “Statistical Panorama of Sexual Violence Against Girls, Boys and Adolescents in Mexico”, presented in 2023 by Alumbra of the Early Institute with a cut-off date of 2021, there was a record of 22,410 minors who suffered some kind of violence. type of sexual violence.
Of this total, 53% of the cases were due to sexual abuse; 33% was rape; in 5.7% of the records it was for another type of violence; 4% suffered sexual harassment; 3.6% were victims of statutory rape; 1% sexual harassment and 0.01% incest. In terms of age, 28% of sexual crimes against minors correspond to people who were between 15 and 17 years old; 39% between 10 and 14 years old; 24% between 5 and 9 years old; and 9% of girls and boys between 0 and 4 years old.
They also showed that 84 out of every 100 victims are female, however, the younger the age, this proportion is reduced, reaching almost 73 out of every 100 when the victims are less than 5 years old, that is, 30% would be male gender.
On the other hand, the Office of the Ombudsman of Children’s Rights (ODI) warned of an increase in cases of sexual abuse in schools. Among the main vulnerable groups were boys and girls between three and six years old. Unfortunately, the cover-up of these events by school personnel was identified as representing the greatest obstacle to a path of justice after the crimes were perpetrated.
One of the most recent cases was the report of abuse against a young woman from the College of Sciences and Humanities (CCH) Naucalpan. Her aggressor was the physical education teacher, identified as Juan Manuel “N”, whose contract was canceled at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).