Ruling on ‘gay doctor’s case now set for July 13

The case of the medical doctor accused of sodomizing a minor is to be determined on July 13, 2015.

This was the outcome of a court hearing Thursday where the verdict was expected to be delivered.

The trial Judge, Rita Agyemang Budu, sitting at the Human Rights Court, adjourned the ruling due to delays in the filling of addresses by lawyers for the accused.

Dr. Ali Gabass, a Takoradi-based medical doctor at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, has been in custody over a two-count charge of defiling a child under 16 years and unnatural carnal knowledge, an offence he has denied.

He is alleged to have in the months of October 2013 and April 2014 at Kasoa and Alajo respectively, had unnatural carnal knowledge of the victim aged 16.

According to the police, during the month of October 2013, Dr. Gabass arranged and met the victim at Kasoa New Market area where he forcibly had anal sex with the victim in his car in front of the Kasoa HFC Bank.

The victim suffered serious injuries to his anal region and had to take an operation to fix it. He has also contracted the deadly HIV disease, but Dr Ali- Gabass has denied infecting him with the disease.

He has produced a medical report in court that suggested he was negative.

He later led the minor to his house in Alajo in Accra where he sodomised him.

The victim suffered serious injuries to his anal region and had to take an operation to fix it.

He has also contracted the deadly HIV disease, but Dr Ali- Gabass has denied infecting him with the disease.

He has produced a medical report in court that suggested he was negative.- See more at: http://www.myjoyonline.com/news/2015/June-25th/court-to-rule-on-ali-gabass-sodomy-case-july-13.php#sthash.llGyM5Up.dpufHis earlier attempt to stop the trial by filing a submission of no case was thrown out by the court.

By:3news.com/Ghana