Skip to comments.Police: Conn. man posed as doctor to examine women
Posted on 12/11/2012 5:44:46 PM PST by massmike
A Connecticut man is in custody after police say he concocted a twisted scheme in which he lured women to his Salisbury beach home, told them he was a doctor and performed invasive exams all while hidden cameras rolled.
David E. Anderson, 44, was ordered held on $500,000 cash bail in Newburyport District Court, where he pleaded not guilty to several charges, including possession of child pornography and four counts of photographing an unsuspecting nude person, according to the Essex County District Attorneys office.
The Newtown, Conn., man is also accused of secretly videotaping underage girls at the Salisbury home in a scheme discovered by Andersons estranged wife and first reported to local Connecticut authorities.
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Wait, “playing doctor” actually works?
Duping women into phony exams is one thing...but secretly taping underage girls is a whole different level of sleaze....
It boggles the mind.
I asked myself the same question after the election....
And women actually fell for this?
I knew New England had some stupid women after all they voted for Obama. I just didn’t know how stupid they were— to answer an ad in Craigs list, strip naked and let this pervert inspect their goodies for $25 dollars.
Obama voters every one of them.
No doubt about it.
I’m not a gynecologist.... but I’ll take a look.
I wanna be a fake doctor when I grow up!
They are as stupid as this guy.
Yes, it would appear so.
He screwed up and took the hard way.
All he needed to do was put on a dress and call himself “transgender”, and then he could go into their shower rooms and get naked with them, with judicial approval.
Are you kidding? Most voted for Obama.
So there ya have it.
Funny, I pose as a man for the same reason...
How many womens’ clinics are operating in beach homes?
How many of these women voted for Obama?
I’m not a mechanic but let me have a look under the hood.
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