How Sleep Researcher Drugged And Raped Dozens Of Women

Wonders, they say never end. Dozens of women were allegedly drugged and raped by a man posing as a sleep researcher in Japan, police said, according to Agence France-Presse .

Detectives say that for more than two years, Hideyuki Noguchi, 54, placed ads that claimed he was conducting “clinical research measuring blood pressure during sleep.”

In reality, police said, Noguchi would ply the women with sedatives, wait until they became unconscious — and then rape them. He allegedly filmed the attacks and sold the videos to porn companies or to individuals on the Internet. Noguchi is not a doctor of any kind, the news agency reported. Police allege that he made tens of thousands of dollars (10 million yen) from the scheme.

A police spokesman for Chiba, which is east of Tokyo, told AFP that investigators have confirmed at least 39 victims, but the total number could be over 100. The women came from all over Japan, including Tokyo, Chiba, Osaka, Tochigi and Shizuoka, and some of them were teenagers, according to police.

Source: AFP


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This is very unfortunate indeed. Doctors alikes!

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