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The Foreigner Accused elderly sex attacker faces fresh charges. Police have indicted a 49-year-old man in custody for four new sex attacks on elderly patients. They claim the man, who is already indicted for two offences, has had sexual intercourse with three of the victims, whilst he sexually assaulted the three remaining ones. Police lawyer Tor Arvid Bruskeland confirms all are over 80 years of age and live in Stavanger. He tells Aftenbladet police are to apply for four new weeks of custody with visitation restrictions and censorship of mail.

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Accused elderly sex attacker faces fresh charges

Published on Monday, 29th November, 2010 at 12:42 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Police have indicted a 49-year-old man in custody for four new sex attacks on elderly patients.



They claim the man, who is already indicted for two offences, has had sexual intercourse with three of the victims, whilst he sexually assaulted the three remaining ones.

Police lawyer Tor Arvid Bruskeland confirms all are over 80 years of age and live in Stavanger. He tells Aftenbladet police are to apply for four new weeks of custody with visitation restrictions and censorship of mail.

Mr Bruskeland goes on to say investigations have so far proved challenging, even though police are being assisted by criminal police (Kripos).

“Carrying out questioning is difficult because several of the victims are affected by age and illness. Some of them also suffer from dementia. However, even Kripos have little experience with these types of interviews,” he says.



Published on Monday, 29th November, 2010 at 12:42 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: police, elderly, sex, attacks, nursing, homes, stavanger, arrest, assault, council, municipality, rogaland, tor, arvid, bruskeland, lawyer.





  
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