World Gynecological Violence: A third complaint against a Physician of Hospital Tenon
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Our colleagues of the Parisian and France Info announced Monday, October 11 that a new complaint had been lodged against a renowned gynecologist at the Tenon Hospital in Paris. The practitioner was initially targeted by a judicial investigation for "rape on minor over 15 years." After a complaint for "rape in a meeting", the parquet of Paris has expanded the investigation to this offense. The investigations were taken up by the 2nd judicial police district.
The case of gynecological violence, by our colleagues of France Info, anonymous patients and former students in support.
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A renowned gynecologist from the Tenon Hospital atThe day before, the practitioner's lawyer indicated that he firmly disputed the accusations against him " , is targeted by an investigation for "rape". Monday, October 11, revealed that a third complaint had been filed against the teacher. Information confirmed by the complainant's lawyer in France Info, as indicated by this article.
by old patients, according to a statement relayed by AFP.Read also:
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following the first complaint, the parquet of Paris opened on 28 Septemberan inquiry
for"Rape in Meeting" against this Endometriosis Specialist, Obstetric Gynecological Officer and Reproductive Medicine at Tenon Hospital. The investigations were initially entrusted to the minor protection brigade (BPM). After a second complaint received on September 30, the Paris Prosecutor's Office expanded this survey to the offense of
and the investigations were taken up by the 2nd judicial police district (2nd DPJ). According to his lawyer, Professor"learned by the press that complaints were filed against him for rape, vaginal and rectal touches without consent, brutal gestures and acts of verbal and psychological abuses".
"While his name is thrilled without the slightest reserve, he ignores all the facts of which we are at the cover of the anonymity of those who denounce them",
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"If the speech of the complainants must be heard, it is neither an absolute truth nor a proof",
emphasizes the Teacher's Council. Following several testimonials from old patients, the AP-HP and Sorbonne University launched on 20 September an internal investigation.
The two institutions announced Friday to have"tales with [the professor] his withdrawal of his responsibilities as head of department and pedagogical manager"
so that "This investigation can unfold in the greatest serenity"."The situation [of the professor] will be reconsidered in the light of the conclusions of the internal investigation"
expected "before the end of October 2021, added. ME JAKUBOWICZ"regrets that, under cover of the right to information, it is infringed to the presumption of innocence and the dignity and the honor of a doctor".
Its"Professional Skills and (Sound) Involvement for the cause of women, particularly in the national college of French gynecologists and obstetricians, have been recognized for more than 35 years,"
recalls his lawyer.
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