AT least 70 new victims of evil surgeon Ian Paterson have come forward – and the butcher could face a fresh prosecution.
Dozens have launched claims after a new £22million fund was set up to compensate patients.
Paterson, 62, was jailed for 20 years in 2017 for wounding nine women and a man in the West Midlands from 1997 to 2011.
But he had more than 11,000 patients – and one top lawyer said he could face new charges as more cases come to light.
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