translated from Spanish: Parents accuse CDMX kindergarten abuse

Parents reported to the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City, the physical education teacher of the Inés Villarreal kindergarten, for alleged sexual abuse against at least six minors.
On the morning of this Friday, September 27, the children’s mothers and fathers demonstrated in the kindergarten facility, which is located on Axis 3 South, between Doctor Andrade and Doctor José María Vértiz streets, in the Doctors colony, inside the mayor’s office of Cuauhtémoc.
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After blocking the circulation for several minutes, the parents had a dialogue with the director, and then the Office of the Attorney General went to report the cases.
Maribel Madrigal, director of educational services operations in Mexico City, maintained that since last Tuesday, September 24, the teacher no longer showed up, as he was retired. 

? report alleged sexual abuse of 6 children in «Inés Villarreal» Kindergarten, Cuauhtémoc. #TelediarioEnEl6 with @azucenau and @ramonramirezpe https://t.co/VqUPqVgacF pic.twitter.com/nG7ShtX3az
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«On the same Tuesday, the parents of the first three cases filed their complaint in their own voice and since the same Tuesday, the Legal Affairs Counseling has been in contact with the Public Prosecutor’s Office to follow up on the case and provide all the elements required,» she said to the media. 
One in 10 Mexicans know at least one child sexual abuse case in their family
He added that it is still intended to prove who the designated teacher is and what his location is, as well as to check for more cases of abused children on campus. 
«For us, the process is not closed until we are certain that there is no other child affected inside the campus,» he said. 
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Original source in Spanish

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