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sodomy

anal intercourse committed by a man with another man or a woman
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4 ( ANI ): The Delhi Police on Monday arrested a British National on charges of sodomizing visually challenged students at National Association for the Blind (NAB) in R.
During his trial on the charge of sodomizing his then aide Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 25, Anwar refused to give sworn testimony to the court, instead using his opportunity to speak to excoriate the judiciary and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, whom he accused of masterminding the sodomy charge to send Anwar into ''political oblivion.
Islam Nabih and Reda Fathi were sentenced in November 2007 to three years in prison after footage of them beating and sodomizing bus driver Emad El-Kabir in a Cairo police station was circulated online.
Besides, one could use a similar analogy to argue that sodomizing a prisoner with a plastic tube is no big deal because it's quite similar to the colonoscopies voluntarily endured by millions of Americans every year.
Another Day at the Office, the show's centerpiece, recalls the form of The Epic Tour, with visitors locking themselves into a plywood cubicle in which, perched on a seat that swivels past a series of backlit shadow-box stations, they can initiate the unfolding of various predictably unhappy events--such as rockets heading toward an aircraft or one figure sodomizing another with a broom handle--with the push of a button.
When am I going to see the 1,200-some photos of Americans sodomizing, raping and torturing Iraqis in Abu Ghraib that have not been released to the public?
NAIROBI -- A Kenyan aid worker employed by the Lutheran World Federation was charged in Nairobi with four counts of sodomizing boys in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp.
a single phrase or sentence forbidding the fondling or sodomizing of altar boys.
However, the media have frequently reported that Roman Catholic clergy are continually being arrested for molesting, sodomizing, and having homosexual affairs with young boys.
In this vein Claudio Povolo's new book unravels in exquisite detail the vendetta background to a single sensational case, the 1605 investigation of the aristocrat Paolo Orgiano on multiple charges of raping and sodomizing young women and assaulting their male relatives in his homonymic village.