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Friday, 2 September 2011

Sodomy in History, September 2

September 2
1726 — A soldier and a laborer are caught in the grass of a London park.
1822 — Florida recognizes common-law and English statutory crimes, thus apparently making sodomy a capital crime, although a later study of Florida law insisted that the English buggery law was not recognized in the state, despite the law.
1976 — Guam passes a new criminal code that includes repeal of its sodomy law.
1997 — The Virginia Court of Appeals upholds the solicitation conviction of a man for soliciting an undercover police officer who led him to believe that he was looking for sex.


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