See also: Escapades of former sheriff Gary Penrod
Witnesses who have been lined up to testify that the woman who has provided psychological care to members of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department for more than two decades engaged in multiple sexual affairs with the deputies she was hired to treat should be excluded from testifying in a libel suit she has brought against a newspaper publisher, her attorney has told the court.
Nancy K. Bohl is the proprietor of the Counseling Team International (also see her at “Spirit of the Law“). With the Counseling Team, Bohl has provided several forms of psychological services to the sheriff’s department since 1986. Bohl and her company sued Valley Wide Newspapers in 2000, alleging that a series of articles published in papers owned by Valley Wide publisher Raymond S. G. Pryke libeled her. Valley Wide Newspapers publishes four newspapers in the High Desert portion of San Bernardino County.
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