NJ inmate Dr. Lawrence Akinsanmi (rapist, pervert, traveller from West Africa) in jail infirmary amid Ebola concerns

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Dr. Lawrence J. Akinsanmi, MD,  of Marlboro New Jersey

As if we didn’t have enough of our own home-grown perverts, we bring them in from Ebola hot-zones now.

Where to begin with this one… At left is the good doctor Larry Akinsanmi.

Larry lives in the toney suburb of Marlboro Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, or at least he did until 10/30/2014 when he was picked up for raping teenage girls – likely his own relatives.

From Monmouth County PD EMS FaceBook:

Lawrence A Akinsanmi, a 50-year-old Male of Marlboro Twp was arrested on Tuesday October 28th, 2014 in the Township of Marlboro following a police investigation. According to court documents Akinsanmi had sexually assaulted his two victims one beginning at the age of 14 and the other at the age of 15. Akinsanmi would sexually assault his 14-year-old victim by engaging in sexual intercourse with the 14-year-old victim on multiple occasions each month until she had reached the age of 20 years old. Akinsanmi, according to court documents, would sexually assault his 15-year-old victim by rubbing her private area(s). Akinsanmi is/was related to both of his victims by blood or affinity.

Akinsanmi has been charged with (2) Aggravated Sexual Assault, (2) Endangering the Welfare of a Child, (1) Sexual Assault, Supervisory Individual and additionally (1) Criminal Sexual Contact. Bail for Akinsanmi has been set to $450,000 full w/no option to post 10% according to records & he has been taken to MCCI in lieu of bail. Additionally Akinsanmi has been order to have no contact w/both of his victims.

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Brooklyn teen hospitalized with Ebola-like symptoms | NYPost

Brooklyn teen hospitalized w/ Ebola symptoms

A teen who had recently returned home to Brooklyn following a trip to Sudan was rushed to the hospital with Ebola-like symptoms on Friday night, authorities said.

The 14-year old boy fell unconscious with a fiery fever in the Bergen Beach apartment he shared with his family around 6:30 p.m. after a two-week trip to the Sudan in North Africa, officials said.

The teen was rushed to nearby Brookdale Hospital just before 7:30 p.m., when he was isolated and quarantined by hospital staff as doctors began tests to determine whether the teen has Ebola or not.

Sources told The Post the boy may have lied on a sheet all travelers are required to fill out following trips to infected regions.

The teen had not officially been diagnosed with Ebola as of Saturday morning.

The news comes on the heels of the death of Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who died from the virus days after returning to the US from Africa.