Ga. technologist again pleads not guilty
Article Thumbnail ImageNovember 14, 2012 -- A former radiologic technologist in Georgia who was charged in 2010 for tampering with mammography results has again pleaded not guilty, according to the Houston County District Attorney's Office website.

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  • Rachael Michelle Rapraeger entered a not guilty plea at an arraignment conducted on November 14.

    She is accused of 10 counts of reckless conduct and 10 counts of computer fraud for allegedly entering nearly 1,300 negative mammography results without a physician's review into the computer system at Perry Hospital in Perry, GA. Rapraeger first pleaded not guilty in November 2010.

    She is free on bond pending trial, according to an article in the Macon Telegraph.


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