Skip to comments.Military court tosses aggravated assault conviction of HIV-positive airman
Posted on 02/23/2015 5:34:34 PM PST by Rabin
The nation's highest military court has reversed the aggravated assault conviction of a Kansas airman accused of exposing multiple sex partners to HIV. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces unanimously ruled Monday that prosecutors failed to prove that any of (the) acts were likely to transmit HIV to his partners.
The court upheld for "offensive touching to which his sexual partners did not provide meaningful informed consent". It also upheld his conviction for adultery, even though his wife participated.
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I don't even want to know.
And the homofascists are trying to repeal all legal requirements that HIV positive men notify their sex partners. Consent? Only men engaging in sex with women need to do that, there's a War on Women don't you know???
Used his wife as bait?
This is the direct and expected result of removing any sense of morality from our armed services.
” This is the direct and expected result of removing any sense of morality from our armed services.”
And to DEMORALIZE most of the troops.
When asked for its opinion, the airman’s pet goat was heard to say, “Baaaaaah....”
Active Duty ping.
Touching anyone can be sexual assault these days. They even demonstrated how to correct someones uniform. For instance if your uniform shirt collar is inside out someone can’t just fix it for you, they have to ask permission first. This is regardless if it’s two men or two women. If you fix it without asking the other party can file a complaint and you are automatically guilty.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (successor to the former Court of Military Appeals).
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