News of this kind should not be read. In the days before Christmas, in which goodness and love are exalted, mistreatment does even more harm. Unfortunately, it happened in Pero, Milan. The whole of Italy is horrified, for the acts of child abuse a kindergarten teacher inflicted on the children entrusted to him by parents with utmost confidence.
Teacher beat and kicked children
It’s just like you read, it’s not a false story unfortunately. A nursery school teacher in Milan kicked and beat the little ones he had to take care of. The teacher is now under house arrest, after the incident was caught on hidden cameras.
Police have verified that the teacher committed 42 acts of violence towards the children, who were between the ages of two and five.The incident occurred in Pero, where the teacher grabbed the children by the collar of their aprons or by the arms, before shoving, kicking and spanking them.
At the same time the teacher shouted at the little guests: “Have you finished?” and “Do you want dad? I’ll give it to you … “ and “Go ahead!” The crying of the little ones subjected to child abuse could be heard on video.
The cameras showed, without any doubt, him pulling their ears and forcing them away from their beds. There is also footage of the little ones sitting on the floor in a circle and the teacher kicking a little guest’s head.
This is a bad example of Italian teaching. Fortunately, in Italy it is not the norm.
Judge of the Court of the Lombard City issues arrest warrant
The Milan Public Prosecutor intervened against the teacher. Afterwards, the investigating judge of the Court of Milan issued the arrest warrant. Now he is in custody under house arrest.
There are no words, just so much pain. The kindergarten, where parents confidently left their children on their way to work, had become a place of violence. In Italy and in the whole world such news hurts because the weakest are always affected by it.
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