On April 25, in the case of sexual abuse of teachers, the 13-year-old pregnant woman in Lao Kai, Bao Yen District Police decided to prosecute the case, order the accused 4-month detention period for Nguyen Viet Anne 36, computer teacher) to investigate sexual behavior with people aged 13 to 16.
Defender Nguyen Viet Anh. Photo: Facebook
Previously, like PLO 13-year-old high school students in the Bao Yen district have filed a complaint with the authorities that their child has been raped by teachers many times, and then bought a telephone as a means of communication.
Realizing that his child has an unusual expression, the family is questioning him, so the student said the incident. The girls say that after sex, teachers are threatening not to talk to anyone. The family took him ultrasound and found he was 12 weeks pregnant.
At a meeting between the family and the authorities, the 13-year-old student said Nguyen Viet Ann had seduced and had sex with him since the end of 2017 nearly three years ago.
On the evening of April 23, Bao Yen Regional Police ordered people to be held in emergency for Nguyen Viet Anne to investigate sexual contacts with people aged 13 to 16.
Ho Cao Khai, Chairman of the Bao Yen National Assembly, said that if the test results show that the fetal DNA in the girl's belly matches the teacher's DNA, there will be good grounds for concluding and condemning.
Article 145 Crime of sexual intercourse or other sexual acts with persons between 13 and 16 years of age
1. Persons who are over 18 years of age or older and have sex with another person or engage in other sexual acts with persons aged between 13 and 16 if they do not fall under the circumstances provided for in Art. 142 and Art. 144 of this Code. shall be punished by imprisonment of one to five years.
2. To commit a crime in one of the following circumstances: convicted persons are sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 3 to 10 years:
(a) committing the offense twice or more;
b) for 02 or more people;
d) make the victim pregnant;
(e) causing injury or damage to the health of the victim with a personal injury of between 31% and 60%;
(e) for persons whose offenders are responsible for care, education and treatment.
3. To commit a crime in one of the following circumstances: offenders will be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 7 to 15 years:
(a) causing injury or damage to the health of the victim with a percentage of bodily injury of 61% or more;
b) It is still a crime to know that you are infected with HIV.