Court convicts attendants for sexual abuse of patients

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May 16, 2012 17:25

 
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The Haifa District Court on Wednesday convicted two attendants working at a rehabilitation center in the country's central region of making two of their mentally challenged patients perform sexual acts on each other, Israel Radio reported.

The attendants, Adi Revah and Orli Vanda, were also convicted of emotional and physical abuse, indecent assault and sodomy.

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