National Health Service (NHS) doctor Manish Shah has been given a “life” sentence with a 15-year minimum term after being convicted for dozens of sex attacks on female patients.
Romford-based Shah, who speaks Hindi and Gujarati and was born overseas, had been found guilty “nine counts of sexual assault and 16 counts of sexual assault by penetration” in December 2019, on top of convictions for “65 offences of sexual assault by penetration and sexual assault by touching” at the conclusion of another trial in December 2018, according to a Metropolitan Police statement.
Shah pressured his victims, ranged in age from 15 to 32, into “regular breast and vaginal examinations, when there was no clinical need” purely for his own sexual gratification, the courts found.
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