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Archive for February, 2013

ex-EMT accused of molesting a 13-year old

Posted by Medical Sex Abuse on: February 21st, 2013

Rodney Claude Gilmore, a recently fired Horry County Fire and Rescue EMT, was arrested and charged with molesting a 13-year-old girl after police were alerted by social services about the assault.

Update: The charges against Gilmore were dismissed as of 3/20/2014 based on a statement written by the victim and a lack of sufficient evidence.

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Myrtle Beach News Online — Tonya Root 02/05/2013

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Michigan chiropractor convicted of molesting 6 women, his employer sent an apology note

Posted by Medical Sex Abuse on: February 18th, 2013

George Young was convicted of molesting 6 women under his care. The women all testified that Mr. Young would fondle their breasts above and beneath their clothing. A letter of apology was later sent to the victims by Mr. Young’s employer, HealthQuest. Mr. Young was sentenced to 16 months in prison.

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During his sentencing, Young chose not to comment, saying, “Anything I would have to say would sound self-serving and narrow and wrong. I have nothing to state.”

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Uppermichigansource.com — Gabrielle Mays 12/02/2013
Uppermichigansource.com — Beth Cefalu 01/24/2013

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Illinois pediatrician charged with molesting the mother of one of his patients

Posted by Medical Sex Abuse on: February 17th, 2013

Kishor Jain was arrested and charged with 10 felony counts of sexual abuse and 5 misdemeanor counts of battery. He is accused of molesting the mother of one of patients while she waited with her child. Similar allegations were made against Dr. Jain 10 years prior, but he was acquitted of those charges. In early 2014 he pled not guilty on all counts, however the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation still suspended Jain’s medical license. 

Update:

In August, 2014, Dr Jain was sentenced to 18 months probation after pleading guilty to groping women during office visits. He pled guilt to two counts of unlawful restraint and was sentenced to six months in jail, but that sentence will be stricken of Jain completes his probation without incident.

Dr. Jain also faces lawsuits filed by five women who claim he fondled them while he was at the Hedges Clinic.

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CBS Chicago — 02/17/2013
The SouthTownStar — Janet Lundquist 01/29/2013
The Chicago Sun-Times — Janet Lundquist 04/26/2013

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