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MINISTER JAILED DURING RAPE TRIAL Summary Supreme Court Justice Richard Buchter jailed Jung Woo Lee a fifty two year old pastor at a church in Flushing for raping his twenty-one year old niece Lee said that he realized he was attracted to her almost as soon as she arrived because she was wearing short shorts and also the way she crossed her legs like movie star Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct Lee admits to having sex with the niece but not raping her When asked if he thought she was leading him on he said that he has no idea how womens minds work and could not give a straight answer The prosecutors say that the only reason why he even admitted to having sex with her is because they found his sperm stains on her pants The alleged victim arrived in the United States on a student visa on May 23 1998 She was to live with her aunt and uncle while studying English at Fordham University On June 5 the uncle testified he told the girl that he was fond of her and kissed her They made an agreement that she wouldnt tell anyone about this The next day he says he embraced her and kissed intimate parts of her body however she was shaking her head in a negative way On July 5 they became intimate to the fullest degree when they experienced the act of sexual intercourse The very next day the victim says she went to live with a friend and shortly afterwards flew back to Korea Upon telling her mother the story she filed charges and returned to the United States for the trial Issue The issue being discussed here is rape It is also being analyzed how rape should be defined and what constitutes a rape What part does provocation play The issue of leading on is one often discussed We habitually blame the alleged rapist
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