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This is a case i recently read on, in which i found baffling.


Submitted:Jan 4, 2013    Reads: 11    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


Despicable Incident…
As I have recently read, a California law will not protect unmarried women in a rape case. Also, a law in Idaho prevented an unmarried woman from pressing charges for rape after being tricked into sex with a stranger by her then-husband. But, the Idaho law amended to protect all women.
After a night of drinking a woman heads to sleep, to wake up to whom she thought was her boyfriend. The twist, her and her boyfriend discussed earlier on that night that no sex will take place that night because he didn't have a condom and he had to be somewhere early that morning. So in the darkened room, the intruder pretended to be her boyfriend by sweet kisses and caresses. By it being darkened, the woman had no clue until a vehicle had passed and shown light through the window that the man wasn't her boyfriend. They did engage in sexual activity.
The case went to trial, with the judge saying the action of the man was despicable, but wont conclude this as rape. The man faced three years in prison for what he had done along with breaking and entering, but was not charged with rape charges because it was said since she had no clue at the time, it was consensual.
My personal opinion will not be stated in this incident because who could be to blame? How could she not know it wasn't her man? Because she was drunk and it was dark, and she was awakened to this. What the man had done was totally sickening. The law was said to change to protect all women since 2011.




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