Children’s Hospital Paramedic Detained on Charges of Sexually Molesting Two Girls

ATHENS — A paramedic of the Children's Hospital Aghia Sofia was detained on Wednesday after testifying on charges of sexually molesting two girls, aged 6 and 8.

The man, 61, was arrested a few days ago after a home search and is also charged with illegal possession of arms.

The stretcher-bearer had been reported on by hospital staff in January, for molesting two young patients while one of them was on a ventilator and the other was unconscious. An investigation by a prosecutor led to his being charged and his arrest.

He has denied the charges, claiming it was all a misunderstanding by his accusers.



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