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‘Patients telling the truth’, prosecutor tells Kevin Brown jury

A Los Angeles prosecutor says similarities in accounts of sexual abuse from 11 patients shows they are telling the truth about being assaulted by Kevin Antario Brown, the physician son of Bermuda’s former leader.

During closing arguments today, prosecutor Ann-Marie Wise said the women were given inappropriate breast or pelvic exams for unrelated complaints.

The 40-year-old defendant, who is the son of former Premier Ewart Brown, is charged with sexually assaulting 11 patients, including an undercover officer.

He has pleaded not guilty to 30 felony counts, ranging from sexual exploitation to forcible rape. Three counts, all involving one victim, were stricken from the case during trial.

His attorney is expected to deliver final arguments later.

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Published August 10, 2011 at 7:09 pm (Updated August 10, 2011 at 7:09 pm)

‘Patients telling the truth’, prosecutor tells Kevin Brown jury

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