Skip to comments.Sex offender is allowed to be a chiropractor (huh??)
Posted on 02/25/2010 8:42:16 AM PST by ButThreeLeftsDo
For the next four years, Dr. Scott Fredin can't buy pornography or use the Internet without a probation officer's approval. The police can drop by at any time to see if he has been drinking. As a registered sex offender, he must tell authorities every time he moves or gets a new job.
One thing the 41-year-old chiropractor won't have to do, however, is tell his clients he spent two years in jail for sexually assaulting two patients.
This month, more than six years after revoking Fredin's license for the felony convictions, the state Board of Chiropractic Examiners granted Fredin's request to get his license back. To protect Fredin's clients, the board said he cannot treat any female patients without someone else in the room. Fredin is working in Minneapolis, but he can't treat patients until regulators approve his new location.
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Makes going to the bone Dr. a whole different thing.
“Sex offender is allowed to be a chiropractor”
Why is it surprising that upon release, these people would seek employment?
“One thing the 41-year-old chiropractor won’t have to do, however, is tell his clients he spent two years in jail for sexually assaulting two patients.”
I should learn to read the WHOLE article prior to posting.
Is this something peculiar to Minnesota Chiropractors when they assemble in committee?
Because this story is too d*mn depressing.
There’s not much point in having a Board of Chiropractic Examiners if they think it’s okay to sexually assault a couple of patients and then continue in practice.
Whoa there doc. That doesn’t need adjustin.
....after only serving two years in prison.
Yeah, I want a sex offender rubbing my back when I am lying on my stomach with my head down.
You know, as I do, this is MN, he’ll probably be a legislator soon,too.
Watch all the states back off sex offender laws in the next two legislative sessions.
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