Leavenworth V.A. physician’s assistant allegedly claimed he ‘lost control’ when performing genital exams on men

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LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- A judge denied a bond reduction for a physician's assistant charged with sexual battery.  Mark Wisner, the former Leavenworth Veterans Affairs Medical Center worker, now faces another felony and two misdemeanor charges in two separate cases.

The charges link to his time at the Leavenworth V.A.

Court documents say Wisner admitted to V.A. special agents investigating sexual abuse claims that he performed genital exams on men that were 'excessive and unnecessary.' Documents also state that Wisner said he 'lost control' and it became an ingrained habit.

Wisner and the U.S. government also face seven federal lawsuits.

Monday night, July 11, on FOX 4 News at 10 p.m., FOX 4 will have a special investigation on more we uncovered about the cases.