Santiago Bustince, the young man who reported on Twitter the ordeal that he and his brothers and his mother experienced over their father's abuse, spoke of his "relief" after the arrest of the ophthalmologist, who fell on Friday after dodge chain for almost five years.
"I have mixed feelings: on the one hand, a great anger at Justice and, on the other hand, a relief, after so many years of struggle, having to get to that point so that Justice feels the pressure and make its work unthinkable to point out the inefficiency of system that protects abusers and harass victims"said Santiago, who on December 12 denounced in social networks how the judicial ties of Fernando Bustince – a renowned ophthalmologist from the Quilmes region – kept him away from prison.
After the widespread repudiation of neighbors and acquaintances of the family, on Friday the provincial police detained him at his home in the country Fincas de Iraola in Berazategui. Despite the 12 years that have passed since the complaint was filed repeated violations of their children and although the conviction is confirmed threefold, in particular, Bustince was arrested for violating the perimeter restriction.
"We go through with ease once a week, he lives in the same neighborhood as us, I saw him last Monday, he makes faces at me, he smiles at me, he plays soccer, my brother (17 years) crossed in the gym and pale wine, crying, my sister (16) chased her with the car. We have seen this constantly and feel mocked"added Santiago.
In dialogue with TN, the young man said that his father "never" apologized, since "his head is very dark," although he acknowledged that "I would not forgive him".
"We were silent for years, we did not make it public before because my sister did not feel ready, she is very strong for a teenager, but with Thelma's denunciation (Fardin, against Juan Darthés) she has acquired the necessary strength. strong, it's unfortunate and shameful to have gotten to that point, "he continued.
Fernando Bustice, the ophthalmologist arrested for sexual abuse and rape of his children.
According to the young man, his grandfather and his aunt (Bustince's father and sister), who are both a judge and a lawyer respectively, worked to keep the case "drained" for so long.