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Daughter of one Israeli doctor from Sabyc, investigated for human eggs traffic: Romanian Police treatment was disgraceful * Sabyc clinic risks temporary closure

de A.N. transl/adapt. C.B.     HotNews.ro
Marţi, 21 iulie 2009, 15:30 English | Regional Europe

Chen Levitt, daughter of one of the Israeli doctors investigated in the scandal of Sabyc clinic trafficking human eggs, accuses the Romanian Police of a "disgraceful treatment",  Ynetnews.com informs. Chen Levitt says the doctor's family is worried because he was forbidden to leave Romania after the Monday hearings, when he and other 30 persons had to answer questions regarding their work.

"We are very stressed out. Nevertheless, we aren't speaking with him every single minute," said Chen Levitt, daughter of Prof. Nathan Levitt, to Ynet on Tuesday. Levitt is among the Israelis being investigated in Romania for allegedly trafficking in human eggs and is, therefore, not being allowed back to Israel at the current time. His daughter claims that the Israeli medical community has not come to her father's side out of fear, Ynetnews.com reads.

"The treatment of the Romanian police was disgraceful," she said. "My father told us that all of a sudden in the middle of the day, a group of masked men entered the clinic armed with Kalashnikovs. My father, who was just in the middle of a medical procedure, didn't know how to respond. Everyone was very alarmed. There was hysteria there. Many people cried, and one woman fainted," Chen went on for the publication.

Three clinic employees arrested, five Israelis saw their passports retained, other two are forbidden to leave the country

Romanian Police confiscated five Israeli citizens suspected to have been involved in Sabyc clinic's human eggs traffic in Bucharest. The authorities issued a note that prevents other two suspects from leaving Romania, namely professor Nathan Levitt and doctor Genya Ziskind, according to Ynetnews.com.

Thirty persons have been heard and released on Monday. Only three of them were issued arrest mandates for 29 days: Sabyc clinic owner - Harry Miron, his son - Yair Miron (doctor in residence), both Israeli citizens, and Cecilia Borzea - responsible for the relationship with clients.

Sabyc clinic risks temporary closure

The National Agency for Transplant announced on Tuesday that it will suspend Sabyc clinic's activity until the facts are clarified, if Romanian Medical Council will decide to suspend the clinic's doctors’ activity, Romanian TV channel Antena 3 informs.    


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