Judge Rejects Guilty Plea of EMT Accused of Molesting Patients with Special Needs

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STROUDSBURG, Pa. -- A judge in Monroe County rejected a guilty plea from a former EMT accused of molesting patients.

Matthew Menist of Stroudsburg is accused of sexually assaulting three male patients with special needs in 2016 and 2017.

Menist was scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday, but instead, the judge rejected the guilty plea and ordered him to stand trial.


  • navybluesweatpants

    Wow, look at that odd fellow. He absolutely looks clueless about how to have sexy time. Awkward deviant got really curious about the parts of those mentally challenged people and commenced molestations. Happens so often in the viewing area, a study needs to be conducted. Too many sexually baffled simpletons in the same area. Something is up, seems like there’s more to it.

  • burtfan16

    Finally, a judge who demands justice and not just walks through the flawed judicial process.

    • lickerblisters

      The judge wants this case to drag through the legal system as long as possible. It’s a way of generating more money for the “good ol’ boys” network. I thought everybody knew that!

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