Givemore Gezi, a mental health nurse with the NHS in the United Kingdom, has officially been removed from the nursing profession after he was convicted and jailed for grooming a young teenager in his care, and then eventually raping her and pushing her to have an abortion in order to cover up his crime. Gezi was convicted in 2018, and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Gezi, who was married and was the director of two care companies, targeted the girl, who has a history of mental illness and was under his care. According to prosecutor Heather Hope, he specifically “used his position to groom her.” Gezi would take her on car trips, lied about his age, and gradually worked his way up to pressuring her to have sex with him once she turned 16. He told her he was 28 and they were in a relationship; in reality, he was 39, married, and the father of two children. She was supposed to move to other care facilities when she turned 16, but Gezi arranged for her to stay under his care so he could continue having sex with her.
The crime came to light after Gezi’s wife began to be suspicious that he was having an affair, and called the number on his phone to confront her husband’s mistress — only to realize it was, in fact, a teenage girl. Previously, the girl had become pregnant, and Gezi pushed her to have an abortion.
During sentencing, the judge slammed Gezi for his actions. “You knew precisely what you were doing and precisely how wrong it was and how criminal it was and how damaging and abusive it was,” he said. “You embarked on a process of grooming which was grossly calculating, manipulative and deceitful. You lied to her about your intentions and motivation. I can only conclude you did it for your own personal sexual gratification and without regard for your professional standards or the damage and harm you inflicted on the victim.”
He continued, “You knew full well her vulnerability. She showed huge courage in her willingness to give evidence. There are many aggravating factors. There was planning, grooming, the specific targeting of a particularly vulnerable child, and an exceptionally high abuse of trust.”
After the abuse and the abortion, the girl tried to take her own life, and in her impact statement, the girl said she struggles with the effects of the abuse, and the abortion. “I did not realise at the time he was taking advantage of me, probably when I was at my most vulnerable time, when I had no support network of family or friends and was struggling with my mental health and had issues of self harm,” she said. “He cut me off from seeing any other professional so I would be completely isolated and had only him to go to. He has left me with so many feelings and questions.”
Now, a year after he was convicted, the Nursing and Midwifery Council has officially removed him from the nursing register. “The panel was of the view that Mr Gezi had breached fundamental tenets of the nursing profession by grooming (the teenager) and encouraging her to enter into an inappropriate sexual relationship with him,” NMC panel chair Anne Booth said.
As Live Action’s Aiding Abusers investigation has shown, the abortion industry is often complicit in covering up sexual abuse. Abortion makes it much easier for abusers to like Gezi to hide their crimes, while abortion organizations like Planned Parenthood look the other way. Children as young as 12 have been repeatedly abused, while staffers exercise a “don’t ask/don’t tell” attitude, committing the procedure and sending the girls back into the hands of their rapists.
Gezi may be behind bars. But how many other victims are being forced into abortions, with abortion facility staffers remaining silent and allowing the abuse to continue unchecked?
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