What about a charge of indecent exposure?
The police chief said there were no charges because “there was no victim”, since nobody (except the slut) was there to see the indecent exposure.
The rationale used there would mean that a participant in a crime can’t be a victim of the crime. So how could they ever arrest somebody for drug use? Not using a seat belt? Speeding when you’re the only person on the road? Entering the country illegally if nobody sees you do it? Forging a birth certificate? Who are the “victims” of those crimes?
The excuses made reveal a mindset that deserves further scrutiny.
This cop was connected to the democratic polical establishment. I posted a link to a site that noted some of the connections earlier; I could fetch it again.
Humm, that’s true. Indecent exposure (both him and the woman) would be virtually impossible to avoid if doing “it” atop an automobile. Though sometimes indecent exposure laws go too far, such as when a guy steps behind a bush on public property to pee, clearly hidden from view.
If every cop in the country received a 5 dollar bill for couples they caught doing the nasty and didn’t arrest them, the national debt could be paid off.