افشاگری سه زن پلیس ، علیه دکتر پلیس فدرال کانادا RCMP cover up’: 3 women go public with sexual assault allegations

افشاگری سه زن پلیس ، علیه دکتر پلیس فدرال کانادا- ار . سی .ام .پی .  3 زن می گونند دکتر پلیس فدرال ، از انها هنگام معاینه ورودی . سو استفاده جنسی کرده و مقامات به شکایت آنها بی اعتنا بوده اند . پس از 3 دهه بی اعتنایی پلیس کانادا ، پلیس تورنتو شکایت انها را در 2018 رسیدگی کرد . این 3 زن در خواست $ 135 میلیون خسارت  کردند

RCMP cover up’: 3 women go public with sexual assault allegations

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هلن هندرسون ، و ویکی گریویب ، سیبلوی کورن ویو ، از سال 1987 وقتی که 20 ساله بود برای معایه پزشکی به مزکز پزشکی آر سی ام پی در تورنتو رفت و توسط دکتر مک دوگال Macdougall معایئه شد . هلن می گوید دکتر خودش را به پشت وی می مالید و با نوک سیته های وی دست می زد . هلن از معاینه رحم ، بدون دستکش و به مدت غیر معقول صحبت می کند . وی بعدا در فرودگاه با دو خانم پلیس دیگر آشنا شد که انها هم از سو رفتار دکتر مک دوگال گفتند . انها شکایت کردند ولی برای 30سال پلیس فدرال ، شکایت انها را رسیدگی نمی کرد و پرونده بایگانی شده بود .  دکتر حان  مک دوگال الان 80 ساله هست و بازنشسته شده است .

 

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They covered it up’: 3 women go public with sexual assault allegations against former RCMP doctor

New $135-million class action lawsuit accuses RCMP of failing to protect new recruits
Rachel Houlihan, Dave Seglins · CBC News · Posted: Jan 21, 2019 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 6 hours ago

Helen Henderson, left, Vicki Gravelle, middle, and Sylvie Corriveau are going public with allegations of sexual assault by a former RCMP doctor. (Rachel Houlihan/CBC)
Warning: This story contains graphic details.

A medical exam at RCMP headquarters in Toronto is all that stood between 20-year-old Helen Henderson and a promotion within the Mounties in February 1987.

But as the office door closed, Henderson said terror set in, as the RCMP’s doctor began rubbing up against her, pinching her nipples and proceeding with an invasive vaginal exam.

“There was no way out,” Henderson told CBC News, recalling the appointment 30 years later. “There [were] no gloves. There was no handwashing. He was taking advantage of a young girl who didn’t know any better. He was getting off personally.”

Henderson said she “basically ran out of the office, knowing that something really wrong happened there.”

The doctor, John A. Macdougall, examined hundreds of new recruits to Canada’s national police force, and had the power to shut down their careers.

For two years, Henderson felt haunted and alone — until a chance meeting with Sylvie Corriveau and Vicki Gravelle, two other new recruits who alleged they had also been sexually assaulted by Macdougall.

Henderson, Corriveau and Gravelle vowed to stop him. They complained to RCMP bosses, Toronto police and medical regulators. But their faith in authority was shattered, they say, when the entire affair was “swept under the carpet.”

Helen Henderson in 1985. (Submitted by Helen Henderson)
For nearly three decades, nothing happened. But in response to pressure from the three women, as well as headlines about the #MeToo movement, Toronto police reopened their investigation in 2018, and have since interviewed dozens of additional complainants.

Yet there has been no discernible progress, and the three women are growing impatient.

On Friday, Corriveau filed a new $135-million class action suit against the federal government on behalf of anyone victimized by abusive doctors at the RCMP — including Macdougall, but also others, including one in Halifax.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/investigates/they-covered-it-up-3-women-go-public-with-sexual-assault-allegations-against-former-rcmp-doctor-1.4983410

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