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The Civil Guard detains seven minors for recording and disseminating videos of organized fights among schoolchildren (27/05/2017)

They recorded and disseminated, through social networks, videos of meetings agreed between minors to insult themselves and assault

In addition to the seven arrested, there are four minors identified as unimpeachable

The Civil Guard, in the framework of the 'Master Plan for Coexistence and Improvement of School Safety', has carried out the 'ABASHA' operation in Jumilla (Murcia), in which seven children were arrested and Identification of four others (unimpeachable), as alleged perpetrators of crimes against privacy and the very image of minors and injuries, for the recording and dissemination of videos in which minors appear fighting.

The investigation began when the Guardia Civil was aware of the social alarm generated in the municipality of Jumillano, mainly in the environment of educators and parents' associations, for supposed meetings on leaving the school, agreed by minors with the Purpose of maintaining aggressive encounters.

For this reason, the agents established a large police device aimed at preventing and locating the meeting places where children were cited for this purpose, as well as to identify their participants, which allowed to detect that, in the space of a week, There had been up to four violent encounters among minors.

Simultaneously, an investigation was initiated to ascertain the scope of the injuries of the adolescents and the victims, as well as to identify the minors who, besides participating as spectators and animators of violent encounters, recorded the images and massively disseminated them to Through the Internet.

Fights among minors of different centers of secondary of Jumilla

The identification of one of these young people meant to find out that there was an organization prior to the development of these appointments.

The children, from different educational centers in Jumilla, agreed on the meeting points.

Normally, they chose little places transited from the urban area of ​​the municipality in order to challenge and attack.

Also, the Guardia Civil was able to verify that the meetings took place outside the educational establishments, both during school hours during the morning rest and when leaving the school, as they appeared in videos equipped with their school backpacks.

The operation 'ABASHA' continues open to the purpose of knowing the possible involvement of other minors in the criminal acts investigated.

Master Plan for Coexistence and Improvement of School Safety '

As part of the 'Master Plan for Coexistence and Improvement of School Safety', the Civil Guard offers periodic talks aimed at educators and students to discuss, among other risks, the use of new technologies.

The Civil Guard recalls that the capture and dissemination of content and images in which minors are shown may become constituting a crime and insists on the protection of the rights of minors, as well as their privacy.

The minors remain in the custody of their legal guardians and the investigations have been made available to the Juvenile Prosecutor of Murcia.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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