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Finkel Aborted

18 years ago by Paul Rubin
Dr. Brian Finkel, the Phoenix abortion doctor now under criminal investigation for allegedly molesting several of his patients, has been suspended from practicing medicine.Citing a recent New Times article that detailed the allegations and Phoenix police reports, the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners voted on October 13 to suspend the...
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Mesa Cardiologist Accused of Fondling Two Patients

10 years ago by Ray Stern
 Mesa cardiologist Richard Lewis was booked into jail recently on suspicion of fondling the breasts of two female patients. Lewis, 53, is alleged to have fondled one woman in late 2008 during a pre-surgery exam. Cops say last Thursday he fondled a woman's breasts who was just waking up from a surgery he had...
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Letters

Fetal Position I read, I will admit, with horror-struck fascination your profile of Dr. Brian Finkel ("The Terminator," Amy Silverman, June 17). The remarkable reporting of Ms. Silverman left me with two looming questions, relating (respectively) to Dr. Finkel and to the article itself. First, I was left at an...
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No Choice

15 years ago by Paul Rubin
During the first hours of what turned out to be a grueling 44-day trial, Brian Finkel said to no one in particular, "I'll be glad when this clown show is over." That was vintage Finkel -- always the wise guy, cocksure, always in control. Until last week, when the former...
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Bedside Matter

18 years ago by Paul Rubin
Editor's Note: The names of the women who filed police reports against Dr. Brian Finkel have been changed to protect their privacy. Carol awoke in her Phoenix home on the morning of March 1, 2000, dreading the ordeal ahead. "I'm a grown adult," she says, "and I had made an...
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The Terminator

20 years ago by Amy Silverman
Step inside the "Vaginal Vault," Dr. Brian Finkel's nickname for the clinic where he performs more than 2,000 abortions a year. Finkel's clinic, the Metro Phoenix Women's Center, feels more like a pawn shop. Elvis Presley collectible plates and Native American rugs cover the walls, fertility goddesses and a steer...
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Hey Diddle Diddle

12 years ago by Paul Rubin
Some time ago, New Times got a letter from an inmate in Florence named James Stites, who is serving a six-year prison sentence for attempting to molest a child. Stites was writing about his cellmate at the time, the infamous diddling doctor Brian Finkel, who was sentenced in January 2004...
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Scenes From an Abortion

15 years ago by Amy Silverman
In 2000, Brian Finkel on average performed four to 15 abortions daily, six days a week, roughly 20 percent of the abortions performed annually in Arizona. New Times profiled Finkel in 1999 ("The Terminator," June 17) but was not privy at that time to the performance of an abortion. The...
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Letters

Dr., No!Stirrup trouble: I just read your article on Dr. Brian Finkel after my boyfriend handed it to me and said, "Isn't this the doctor you were telling me about?" ("Bedside Matter," Paul Rubin, September 20.) Everything the girls have said and past allegations against Dr. Finkel I believe are...
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The Doctor Is Out

19 years ago by Amy Silverman
After a decade in the Vaginal Vault -- Dr. Brian Finkel's nickname for his medical office -- the Phoenix abortion provider is packing up his Elvis memorabilia and his stirrups, his stuffed antelope heads and his speculums, his fertility goddesses and his cases of birth control pills, and moving to...

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