The Bare Facts Two University of Maine students charged with indecent conduct for streaking near school defended themselves in court. Kathryn Mann, 21, and Debra Ballou, 20, argued before District Court Judge Jesse Gunther in Bangor that the law specifies that violations are a result of perpetrators who “knowingly expose their genitals in public.” Ballou asked the arresting officer if he “saw my genitalia.” Orono Police officer John Ewing answered, “Not that I recall.” Ballou rested her case. The female judge, noting that female genitalia are “primarily internal,” dismissed the charges for lack of evidence. (Bangor Daily News) ...That’s another difference between men and women. No man could bear arguing in court that there was a “lack of evidence” in a case of indecent exposure. Available in This is True: Book Collection Vol. 8
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