9 Women Have Now Come Forward Alleging Sexual Assault by RNC: Moore
A lawyer concerned about the actions of police officers says she has now heard from nine women who have told her that they were sexually assaulted by an on-duty RNC officer.
Lynn Moore, who is considering a civil suit against the force, first posted on social media on Monday an invitation for women who have been in a dependent situation and been victimized to come forward. Seven police officers have been identified to her as having committed sexual assault including one who is still working.
She has also spoken with three women who were offered a ride home after drinking and asked to participate in sexual activity, which frightened them. Moore says she has also spoken with two women who have close friends who were sexually assaulted by on-duty police officers but those women are not ready to come forward.
RNC Superintendent Tom Warren said yesterday that there have been four investigations of officers in the past five years with significant civilian oversight, but no charges were laid.
Moore was not aware of those and is concerned about whether there …
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