CNN's Kyung Lah reports on controversy in California over an old law. If a suspect impersonates a woman's husband during an attack, it's considered rape. But if the victim is unmarried and the suspect is impersonating her boyfriend, the law does not classify it as rape.
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What old law is this???? If you are married you are 'owned' and if single you are 'free game'??????. Way past time to change the 1872 law.