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Court rules sex through use of fraud is not rape

By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / May 11, 2007

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A Hampden County man who allegedly tricked his brother's girlfriend into having sex with him by impersonating his sibling in the middle of the night cannot be convicted of rape, the state's highest court ruled yesterday in a controversial decision that affirms the court's long-held view that sex obtained through fraud is no crime. (Full article: 465 words)

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