(Received 27 January 1975; accepted 21 March 1975)
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There are very few people who do not regard rape as a particularly brutal, heinous, and savage crime, far removed from the usual crimes of auto theft, burglary, grand larceny, shoplifting, and even murder, and deserving the most severe penalty the law can offer. On the other hand, there are even fewer people who do not view a man falsely and maliciously accused of rape with amazement, horror, pity, and a “There but for the grace of God go I” attitude.
Deputy Medical Examiner, Miami, Fla.
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