>>>Jesuits Confirm Sentence Against Priest Who Would Have Abused Viñuela
January 23, 2018
En 2012 se comenzó una investigación en contra del sacerdote, donde se determinó su culpabilidad, sin embargo, esto no se hizo público por petición de uno de los denunciantes.
A raíz de la denuncia de acoso sexual efectuada por el animador de MEGA, José Miguel Viñuela, contra un sacerdote jesuita, la Compañía de Jesús emitió un comunicado asegurando que el agresor, identificado como Jaime Guzmán Astaburuaga, fue condenado por la orden religiosa en el año 2012.
En el texto, se indicó que el delegado provincial de la congregación, Arturo Vigneaux, se reunió con el rostro televisivo para que informara lo sucedido y se invitó a las personas a entregar antecedentes contra el sacerdote.
[Google Translation: In 2012 an investigation was started against the priest, where his guilt was determined, however, this was not made public at the request of one of the complainants.
Following the complaint of sexual harassment carried out by the MEGA animator, José Miguel Viñuela , against a Jesuit priest , the Society of Jesus issued a statement assuring that the aggressor, identified as Jaime Guzmán Astaburuaga, was condemned by the religious order in the year 2012.
In the text, it was indicated that the provincial delegate of the congregation, Arturo Vigneaux, met with the television face to report what happened and people were invited to give background against the priest.
In addition, the Jesuits reported that in 2012 an investigation was carried out that “determined the culpability of Guzmán , who, at present, is serving the sentence imposed. This includes the prohibition of contact with minors and the restriction to publicly exercise the priestly ministry , “adding that this situation” was not made public by express request of one of the complainants.”
“We reiterate our commitment to act with the utmost diligence, collaborating with the competent civil and ecclesiastical institutions, by virtue of the care and transparency with the victims of abuse,” they remarked.]
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