Ore. jury hears EMT sexual abuse case


By Aimee Green
The Oregonian

PORTLAND, Ore. — The attorney representing a woman who was molested by paramedic Lannie Haszard in the back of an ambulance told a jury Tuesday that American Medical Response repeatedly ignored signs that the company had a sexual predator on its staff.

Greg Kafoury, attorney for 29-year-old Royshekka Herring, argued that if AMR had acted on three earlier complaints by female patients, his client would not have been molested in December 2007.

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