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Sending a picture of your underaged penis illegal,
police taking many pictures of your underaged pen
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: TKDRL
uh, hmmm. No no, wait......
Underaged penis no good
Underaged penis no good when unenraged. But, unenraged penis could
still be good if not underaged. So it is better to go thru life unenraged
if you're underaged?
And these kids are supposed to make it thru puberty?
I say perge the earth.
originally posted by: charles1952
"OK, son, roll up your sleeve, you'll just feel a little prick. (Sometimes I crack myself up.)" Is this stage one of torture or some kid getting a flu shot? No way to tell.
originally posted by: Fylgje
This is the type of mindset that is prevalent in every branch of govt in America. Absolutely zero common sense and completely morally bankrupt. These are the people in control!
originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: Nyiah
I'm sorry, but I have to reverse your question. Do you happen to have a definition of rape available? If not, use mine:
How in the hell is forcing someone via drugs to have an erection not sexual abuse/rape?? Effing how?
Virginia rape law as of 2013
§ 18.2-61. Rape.
A. If any person has sexual intercourse with a complaining witness, whether or not his or her spouse, or causes a complaining witness, whether or not his or her spouse, to engage in sexual intercourse with any other person and such act is accomplished (i) against the complaining witness's will, by force, threat or intimidation of or against the complaining witness or another person; or (ii) through the use of the complaining witness's mental incapacity or physical helplessness; or (iii) with a child under age 13 as the victim, he or she shall be guilty of rape.
Whether we agree or not, we're not looking at rape, sorry. But what about sexual abuse? There, you might have something. By looking at the statute with just a little squint, sexual abuse seems possible. I know I could make out a case for it, and probably win, BUT (There's always that *?&^*% BUT, isn't there?)
The first "But" is who would you go after. Your best case would be if the doctor administering the injection, also told him to take his pants off. In that case, of course the doctor is the person to go after. I bet an infinite amount of money no one would prosecute the doctor for following the instructions of a judge.
The other "But" is Virginia's law on search warrants, which is what we're dealing with.
§ 19.2-53. What may be searched and seized.
Search warrants may be issued for the search of or for specified places, things or persons, and seizure therefrom of the following things as specified in the warrant:
(1) Weapons or other objects used in the commission of crime;
(2) Articles or things the sale or possession of which is unlawful;
(3) Stolen property or the fruits of any crime;
(4) Any object, thing, or person, including without limitation, documents, books, papers, records or body fluids, constituting evidence of the commission of crime. Notwithstanding any other provision in this chapter to the contrary, no search warrant may be issued as a substitute for a witness subpoena.
Sub section (4) seems to make a pretty good case for searching the kid in very intimate ways. Here, they're taking a photograph. They could have been asking for semen (yuck).
So, sorry. No rape, no sexual abuse. We may not like it, but that's what they've got to work with.