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Of all the graphic allegations in a lawsuit by former Precinct 1 deputy constables who say they were molested and traumatized by superiors during ‘undercover’ prostitution stings, one episode in particular boggles the mind and turns the stomach.

The former deputy constable alleges she was ordered in August of 2019 to make a massage appointment with a man who had recently been accused of raping her civilian colleague and then “wait to be sexually assaulted” before giving the signal for waiting officers to raid the establishment and arrest him.

The lawsuit states that the woman “was sent in to disrobe with a known rapist, like a lamb to the slaughter, and allow him to assault her.” He did exactly that, says the lawsuit, which goes on to describe a disturbing scene: after the raid, as the alleged victim emerged traumatized from the massage parlor, she saw her upper-level boss, Constable Alan Rosen, and news crews assembling for a press conference to announce the arrest while she was forced to drive herself for a sexual assault exam.

Yes, these are only allegations in a lawsuit. But for anyone tempted to dismiss them outright as too awful to believe, consider an April 23 story by the Chronicle’s Gabrielle Banks that seems to lend them credence.



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