Egypt army court acquits doctor over virginity test

March 11th, 2012  
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CAIRO (Reuters) - A military court acquitted on Sunday an army doctor who was charged with carrying out a forced virginity test on a female detainee during protests last year, a court source said. Samira Ibrahim, an activist, had said she was forced to undergo a test in March. Her case and other similar ones stoked anger against the generals who took control of Egypt after Hosni Mubarak was driven from office on February 11 by a popular uprising. The source said Ahmed Adel, a doctor conscripted to the army, was acquitted of testing Ibrahim. ...


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