License to betray A broken system forgives sexually abusive doctors in every state, our national investigation finds.August 18, 2018
An AJC National Investigation; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | By Carrie Teegardin, Danny Robbins, Jeff Ernsthausen and Ariel Hart
In Kentucky, Dr. Ashok Alur was examining an infection on a patient’s abdomen when he entered forbidden territory. He told the patient she had sexy underwear. Then, he rubbed her and placed his mouth on her genitals. The patient pushed him away and went to police.
“It was so beautiful,” the doctor told her later, when she confronted him. “I couldn’t resist.”
In Missouri, Dr. Milton Eichmann asked a woman badly injured in a sexual assault if she liked being tied up during sex, whether she was easily stimulated and whether she liked to be urinated on. He then told the patient, who was seeing the doctor for treatment of urinary problems, that he was being aroused. Read more