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How would you like to be a 14 year old girl and get raped by a 20 year old man? What if you got pregnant during that rape and decided to keep the baby? What, if instead of a jail sentence, your rapist gets 16 years probation and ordered to pay $100 a week in child support and then gets visitation with the child. Well, that is exactly what happened to one woman in Massachusetts and she is suing the state for forcing her into a legal relationship with the man who raped her. She says she does not want to be in any kind of relationship with the man ever. How would you feel having to see your rapist several times a week over the next sixteen years?
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