Serial rapist arrested: 29 criminal charges and $ 215 million to buy off
LA law enforcement forces investigate a former gynecologist the University of Southern California - George Tyndall. According to the TIME, more than 700 women have filed individual civil lawsuits against Tyndall and USC in state court. But a collective agreement was concluded between former patients and USC, to create a separate fund for affected women, for payments in the amount of $ 2,500 to $ 250,000.
Over the past year, just under four hundred women reported cases of sexual assault by Tyndall. But according to the results of the check, many of these appeals did not contain sufficient grounds or evidence for going to court or criminal prosecution, and most of them were made more than ten years ago.
At the moment, George Tyndall has been charged under 29 criminal articles against 16 patients, the total term of imprisonment, according to the prosecutor, is more than 50 years, which for the accused is equal to imprisonment for life. Also during the arrest of a suspect, a loaded pistol was discovered, which even his lawyer Andrew Flier did not know about.
The defendant himself denies all charges. His lawyer is also confident in the innocence of his client.
“We are very much looking forward to adjudicating this case in a courtroom because of this character assassination,” Flier said. “We’re going to be able to punch some serious holes in all these allegations.”
The injured Daniella Mohazab, allegedly injured at the hands of an incompetent or criminal gynecologist, has already commented on this situation.
“I broke down at work today in tears of happiness that Tyndall is behind bars,” Mohazab said during a news conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred. “I cannot explain how scared I felt walking around with the thought that I could run into Tyndall at any moment, in a grocery store, coffee shop or park.”
“It was time to seek justice,” D.A. Jackie Lacey stated.
“We care deeply about our community and our top priority continues to be the well-being of our students, health center patients and university community,” Interim USC President Wanda M. Austin said in a statement. “We hope this arrest will be a healing step.”