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The feds have indicted a Philadelphia Police Officer and his former partner in a civil rights case.
A woman only identified in court documents as "M.C" says back in 2009 Officer Joseph Harvey instructed her to remove all of her clothes and sit naked while he performed a sex act in front of her.
Harvey, a 7-year-veteran, was charged with indecent exposure and fired from the Philadelphia Police Department in 2010.
However, a judge threw out the case because prosecutors took too long to bring it to trial. Now Federal Investigators have stepped in, charging Harvey with violating the woman's civil rights.