Del. pediatrician faces trial in sex abuse case

This Dec. 23, 2009 photo shows Dr. Earl B. Bradley's Office "BayBees" in Georgetown, Del. From the outside, Bradley's office looked like a fun place to visit: a merry-go-round and miniature Ferris wheel twirled in the yard, a statue of Buzz Lightyear perched on the roof and a purple hippo swung from a sign. Prosecutors say the doctor's office complex nestled up against heavily traveled U.S. 1 in Lewes wasn't an amusement park, but a chamber of horrors where Bradley sexually abused scores of mostly female patients. Authorities say he videotaped some of the abuse in exam rooms decorated with artwork from the Disney films "Pinocchio" and "The Little Mermaid." Bradley faces hundreds of charges when he goes on trial Wednesday, June 1, 2011, in Georgetown, Del. (AP Photo/Chuck Snyder)
May 28, 2011 5:32:06 PM PDT
Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley's office looked like a fun place to visit: a merry-go-round and miniature Ferris wheel twirled in the yard, a statue of Buzz Lightyear perched on the roof and a purple hippo swung from a sign. But prosecutors say the office on heavily traveled Route 1 was less like a carnival and more like a house of horrors.

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