IDF doctor suspected of raping female soldiers he treated

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March 1, 2013 04:45

 
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An IDF doctor in the Central Command is suspected of raping and carrying out indecent acts against a number of female soldiers that he was charged with examining, Israel Radio reported Friday.

Military Police began investigating the doctor some three months ago after receiving a number of complaints from female soldiers against him.

The Military Police presented the findings of their investigation to military prosecutors who were in the process of deciding whether to issue an indictment against the doctor.

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