The Doctor At The Center Of LAPD’s Largest-Ever Single-Suspect Sex Crimes Investigation
The Los Angeles Times investigates Dr. George Tyndall's decades spent as the campus gynecologist for the University of Southern California through interviews from Tyndall himself as well as his associates.
Los Angeles Times:
How George Tyndall Went From USC Gynecologist To The Center Of LAPD’s Largest-Ever Sex Abuse Investigation
Dr. George Tyndall arrived on the USC campus in the summer of 1989. The university had advertised for a full-time gynecologist for the student health center, and Tyndall, then 42, was an enthusiastic candidate. “My mission will be to do everything I can to help Trojan women avoid the many preventable catastrophes that I have seen,” Tyndall declared during the job interview, according to a written account he provided to The Times. “And I will do so for as long as I am mentally and physically able, hopefully well into my 80s.” (Hamilton and Ryan, 12/19)