Thursday, November 22, 2012

Bulletin: Dr. Aubrey Levin: Patient testifies Levin fondled him in office only weeks after suicide attempt. Calgary Herald.

STORY: "Patient testifies Levin fondled him in office only weeks after suicide attempt," by reporter Daryl Slade,  published in the Calgary Herald, on November 22, 2012.

GIST: "The third alleged sex assault victim of Dr. Aubrey Levin became emotionally charged when he testified how the former forensic psychiatrist fondled his genitals in his first visit after he spent a week in hospital following a suicide attempt three years ago. “He had his hand on my penis. He began stroking it. I was not aroused at all,” a sobbing J.M. told Crown prosecutor Bill Wister. “I think that’s why he stopped.” J.M. said the Dec. 15, 2009, incident in Levin’s office at Peter Lougheed Centre lasted about 30 seconds. He said he was staring at the ceiling and shaking during the incident, which he says he did not consent to happening. The witness said he had voluntarily gone to the doctor because of relationship issues with his gay partner in the fall of 2009, then attempted suicide."

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