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Ken Cuccinelli Gets F**ked, SCOTUS Refuses To Hear Appeal Of Virgina’s Sodomy Law

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The Supreme Court has said that it WILL NOT hear the appeal of a lower court ruling striking down Virginia’s sodomy law.

In March, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond declared Virginia’s law unconstitutional.

In 2005, a judge convicted William Scott MacDonald of criminal solicitation for allegedly demanding oral sex from a 17-year-old girl. His conviction occurred two years after the landmark Lawrence v. Texas decision effectively struck down anti-sodomy laws in that state and several others.

Virginia officials said the Texas ruling did not apply to sex acts between adults and minors. The lower court rejected that interpretation and justices won’t reconsider that decision.

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli could not be reached for comment, he was busy biting the pillow.

 

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  1. Even better news than this great news is that this fucker is losing his bit for governor. His is over 10 points down. The election is in a few weeks and he is losing to a democrat! YEAHHHHHH!!!!!

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