Police: Sexual harassment probe against Emmanuel Rosen was carried out professionally

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November 18, 2013 12:19

 
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The sexual harassment probe against national media personality Emmanuel Rosen was carried out professionally and with the goal of finding the truth, police said Monday, the day after it was revealed that the state prosecutor's office had decided to close the case without an indictment despite police recommendations otherwise.

“The investigation of Emanuel Rosen was carried out professionally and appropriately, far away from the spotlight and while safe-guarding the rights of the suspect the entire time. This was despite a series of publications and rumors and assessments by self-appointed experts. Police investigators focused on finding the truth and passed the evidence they found in the case to prosecutors.

Every investigation is carried out with the intention of finding the truth, not an indictment, and it is fitting that everybody in the legal system works independently and makes decisions based on their own professional assessments.”

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