it's important to maintain the fantasy that no mentally healthy man would ever be a scumbag rapist
Quote from: meepmeep on April 07, 2018, 03:54:08 PMit's important to maintain the fantasy that no mentally healthy man would ever be a scumbag rapistI am confused. Isn't that a direct symptom of having a fucked up brain? Or do you mean that if we called someone sick then they wouldn't be morally culpable and so it wouldn't be ok to condemn them. Because I don't see the problem in condemning a mentally fucked human for their crimes.
https://twitter.com/JessicaValenti/status/989317538441056256Up next, OJ Simpson to host TV show where he interviews other men accused of murder. Then Larry Nasser interviews Jared Fogle and other famous pedophiles to find out how they're feeling.
The complaints began in the 1990s, when co-workers alleged he was improperly photographing students' genitals. In the years that followed, patients and nursing staff accused him again and again of "creepy" behavior, including touching women inappropriately during pelvic exams and making sexually suggestive remarks about their bodies.In recent years, some colleagues feared that he was targeting the university's growing population of Chinese students, who often had a limited understanding of the English language and American medical norms.Still, Tyndall was allowed to continue practicing. It was not until 2016, when a frustrated nurse went to the campus rape crisis center, that he was suspended.An internal USC investigation determined that Tyndall's behavior during pelvic exams was outside the scope of current medical practice and amounted to sexual harassment of students. But in a secret deal last summer, top administrators allowed Tyndall to resign quietly with a financial payout.The university did not inform Tyndall's patients. Nor did USC report him at the time to the Medical Board of California, the agency responsible for protecting the public from problem doctors.
Even the license plate on his Acura declared his dedication to the job: It read COEDDOC, according to DMV records.
Within months of the grand opening, chaperones observed behavior in the exam room that unsettled them, according to interviews with current and former employees as well as internal communications and notes reviewed by The Times.Chaperones were concerned about what Tyndall described as a full body scan for unusual moles. They said Tyndall frequently had women lay naked on the exam table while he slowly inspected every part of their body, down to the area between their buttocks.
While he worked, he made comments that the nursing staff found unseemly. He described patients' skin as "flawless," "creamy" or "beautiful," according to multiple people who witnessed the exams or were told about them. They said he remarked on students' "perky breasts.""They stand right up there, don't they?" one recalled him telling a patient.
He sometimes showed off a photo of his Filipina wife and shared details of their relationship, according to two former patients.