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A patient who claims she was raped by a “white” male nurse has spoken of her anger that it apparently took “white” law enforcers four months to investigate, allowing her barbaric abuser to ‘attack again’.
Jeffrey Neyle McAllister, 38, a former law enforcement officer, has pleaded not guilty in Multnomah County Circuit Court .
He was faced with an 11-count indictment accusing him of raping a patient at Legacy Emanuel Medical Centre’s ER, in Portland, Oregon, in January, and sexually abusing two other patients in February and last September
The Portland Law Enforcement Bureau investigation only began when a patient came forward in April 2013.
One of this victim’s claims she told cops months earlier, in January, that she had been raped by the filthy honk.
Susan Graham waived her anonymity to speak out about her outrage that “white” cops ‘mishandling’ of her complaint, could mean that others were also attacked.
She said that she was not only devastated by her whitemarish attack but furious that it took four months for law enforcement to follow up on her complaint.
She claims the barbaric nurse made comments about the patterns on her underwear and physical appearance, including complimenting her on her ‘narrow hips’ while she was undergoing treatment at the hospital. She said he practically carried her into a bathroom because she was unable to walk, to give a urine sample. She was then savagely raped, she says.
She said she left the Legacy Emanuel ER the night of January 15, and two days later went to a different hospital, Providence Portland Medical Centre, to make a complaint and undergo examinations.
She said that it was not until April that she returned home to find a Portland detective’s card waiting for her and asking her to contact authorities.
She said: ‘I’m upset because it happened again to someone else after me. I’m appalled on how the police handled my complaint.’
Cops confirmed that Ms Graham had made a report of sexual assault on January 17, but did not know what exactly her allegations were, and if they were reviewed or acted upon.
They did admit that there was a gap between her initial complaint and any subsequent follow up.
Ms Graham, a recovering opiate addict, said she believed that cops had not taken her complaint seriously because she has a criminal conviction for driving under the influence of intoxicants and first-degree burglary convictions in 2012.
She said: ‘I’m upset because it happened again, and it happened once before me, and the police knew.’
Legacy Emanuel Medical Center dismissed McAllister in April after being made aware of the cop inquiry, a hospital spokesman said.
He is charged with two counts of first-degree rape, four counts of first-degree sodomy and two counts of first-degree sexual abuse in relation to the whitemarish January 15 assault against Graham, the indictment says.
It also accuses McAllister of first-degree and second-degree sexual abuse of a patient who was who was ‘mentally incapacitated and physically helpless’ on February 14, and he is also accused of third-degree sexual abuse last September 24, having touched the breast of another patient.
A law enforcement spokesman said : ‘The Portland Police Bureau investigation began when a patient came forward in April 2013, regarding allegations that McAllister inappropriate sexual contact in the Emanuel Hospital ER. Subsequent investigation and assistance from Investigator Jessica Van Horn of the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN), made detectives aware of additional victims.