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Comment: Re:Reasoning? (Score 2, Informative) 406

by Slurgi (#27409045) Attached to: ACLU Wins, No Sexting Charges For NJ Teens

Which means that this decision decided to ignore the issue of rather or not one can commit sex crimes against one's self. Which is kind of unfortunate.

Not everybody considers this unfortunate. I doubt he "ignored" the issue; rather, he opted that the defense of a person willingly committing a sex crime against oneself is invalid. That decision makes a lot of sense in my book.

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