Senior prison commander accused of sex offenses

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May 31, 2011 09:13

 
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Lt. Col. Oren Julian, a former commander at IDF Prison 4, may soon be on the other side of a prison cell after being accused of sexual harassment, Army Radio reported Tuesday morning.

Julian has been accused of a total of seven counts of sexual harassment spanning from four separate incidents, including pinching the bodies of female soldiers and making humiliating and sexually explicit comments.

If convicted, Julian could serve prison time.


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