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Jan 9, 2014

Teacher wanted for alleged sexual abuse of stepdaughter

There is heinous crime to report tonight involving a fifty-one year old teacher, who is the stepfather of an alleged abused young girl. A twelve year old is claiming that her stepfather, who is many years her senior, has been sexually abusing her since she was at the tender age of seven years. The girl, who is twelve and a primary student, made the official complaint to the police on Wednesday in the company of her mother. According to the minor, the sexual abuse happened between 2008 and 2012 when she was between seven and eleven years of age. During that time, she resided at different addresses where her stepfather abused her continuously. A doctor has confirmed that the child has been carnally known and her injuries were classified as grievous harm. Police want to question her stepfather in connection with the claims of the twelve year old. 

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3 Responses for “Teacher wanted for alleged sexual abuse of stepdaughter”

  1. MACAL RIVERA says:

    shame, shame on the TEACHER!!!!
    THIS TEACHER SHOULD BE CASRATED AT THE RALLY.
    COMMON BNTU, DO SOMTHING ABOUT THIS TEACHER AND WLL THE OTHER TEACHERS THAT ABUSE THE CHILDREN.

    WE THE PAREANTS WILL HOLD A RALLY AGAINST TEACHERS TOO!!!!

    NO RAISE OF PAY FOR THIS CHILD PREDATORS!!!!

  2. dee says:

    For this person who is a teacher to do this it’s disturbing, imagine he who comes in contact with many other innocent kids, and if he can do this to his step-daughter, who he should have respected as his own, what did he not do with the many other little girls. He is a disgrace to all professionals.

  3. dats just gud says:

    instead of asking for higher salaries, playing politics & talking about corruption…… this what the BNTU should be investigating and assist GOB with ideas to have REAL Teachers back in the class room.

    Gone are the days of REAL Teachers who care for the students and setting good social community examples, all they concern now is for pay; instead of them asking for benefits…….now dah who slow; more pay means more Taxes its not rocket science………they should ask for benefits such as insurance, passage grant, vacation grant, increase in transfer grant/allowance, increase in hardship allowance, increase of housing allowance, low interest loans etc. & negotiate to make it a Tax free benefits……

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