Updated 04/19/2011 10:32 PM
Medical Personnel Resume Testimony In NYPD Rape Trial
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More medical personnel were on the stand Tuesday in the rape trial of two city police officers.
After their accuser wrapped up her testimony Monday, an emergency room doctor who examined the woman testified.
The doctor said she was uninjured, except for an internal bruise that may have been caused by an attack.
Also, the woman had make-up on, even though she said she had showered following the alleged rape.
The defense for Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata tried to raise inconsistencies in her story.
"The whole notion that there was no internal cleaning is very important, because they found absolutely no DNA, no semen, no saliva that links up to our clients," said Defense Attorney Joseph Tacopina.
The defense has not decided if the men will testify.
Moreno is accused of raping the woman in her East Village apartment in 2008 while Mata acted as a lookout.
If convicted, each faces up to 25 years in prison.