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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Gay Olympian charged with HIV offense; faces 30 years in prison

"Darren Chiacchia, 45, an Olympic bronze medalist in equestrian, faces 30 years in a Florida prison after being charged with not revealing his HIV status to a former boyfriend after they had multiple sexual encounters," reports Outsports.com. "The case, which goes to trial in June, stems from laws selectively used in 32 states that make it a felony for someone who is HIV-positive to have sex without informing their partner of their status."
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